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The Soul's Palette: Noemi Beres on the Art of Mindful Creation

  1. The Soul's Palette: Noemi Beres on the Art of Mindful Creation Dave Roberts 39:58

In this episode of The Teaching Journeys Podcast, host Dave Roberts interviews Noemi Beres, a collage artist with a deep connection to art therapy and positive psychology. Noemi shares her journey, from her linguistic studies and life in Hungary to finding spiritual and creative renewal through art in Cyprus. Her collage work, characterized by an eclectic mix of vintage materials hand-sewn on various mediums, is a testament to the therapeutic benefits of creativity in coping with life’s challenges, including Grief and loss. Noemi also discusses the role of music, nature, and cultural experiences in her artwork, as well as her commitment to environmental sustainability. The conversation delves into how Noemi’s artistic process and business, Podcast Connections, are informed by mindfulness, active listening, and a desire to help others express themselves through art.

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Noemi is an artist who specializes in creating hand-sewn collages on various mediums, including canvas, paper, and digital formats. Her educational background in Art Therapy and Positive Psychology deeply influences her work, imbuing it with a therapeutic and uplifting essence. Noemi’s artistry is characterized by her ability to transform everyday materials into extraordinary pieces of art, making her a perfect match for platforms focused on creativity and spiritual awakening.

Her work, primarily consisting of eclectic mixed-media collages made from vintage materials, embodies the theme of rediscovering creativity and experiencing spiritual renewal. Through a unique amalgamation of storytelling, humor, and a profound connection to memories and the natural world, Noemi offers fresh insights into the nexus of art and spirituality. Having resided in Cyprus, Europe, for over a decade, her multicultural experiences infuse her creations with a distinctive richness and diversity, enhancing the appeal of her art to a broad audience.

She always loves music and playing on her handpan, tongue, and frame drum; also a walker who walks every single day.

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Dave Roberts LMSW, Author, Podcaster

David J. Roberts, LMSW, became a parent who experienced the death of a child, when his daughter Jeannine died of cancer on 3/1/03 at the age of 18. He is a retired addiction professional and an adjunct professor in the psychology child life department at Utica University in Utica, New York. Dave also teaches psychology classes at Pratt MWP School of Art and Design. He is the host of The Teaching Journeys Podcast, which can be found on Apple, Spotify and other podcast platforms.

Dave has presented workshops at national conferences of The Compassionate Friends as well as for the Bereaved Parents of the USA. He was also a keynote speaker at the 2011 and 2015 national gatherings of the Bereaved Parents of the USA. Dave also co-presented a workshop titled “Helping Faculty After Traumatic Loss” for the Parkland, Florida community in May of 2018, in the aftermath of the mass shootings at Stoneman Douglas High School.

Roberts has been a past HuffPost contributor and has contributed articles to Medium, Open to Hope Foundation, Mindfulness and Grief, Thrive Global, and the Recovering the Self Journal. He has also appeared on numerous podcasts, as well as Open to Hope Television. In 2021,he co-authored and published a book with Reverend Patty Furino titled, When The Psychology Professor Met The Minister.

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