'In the garden of my mind' sounds poetic, almost romantic if you like.
Like the exploration to the depths of one's mind and its complex intricacies that weave the links of rationale, emotion and the relationship to one's identity.
Wearing a different pair of lens, 'In the Garden of my Mind' reaches out to the public to support creativity during the recovery process of mental illness by celebrating the beauty and rediscovery of the lighter side of life.
The purpose of this exhibition touches many levels. It illustrates the creativity process during a discoloured space with a blurry vision of sorts, the power and courage to reach out and express emotion in this dimension and the vision to extend out to something greater than oneself.