Main : non-fiction, human rights, abuse, mental health
215 x 150 mm
When I paint I can move myself to a space of freedom that I’ve never felt before.
Expressing oneself through creativity can be an immensely challenging and satisfying experience. Nina Mariette, a survivor of childhood abuse, uses painting to make sense of her past, and tells her story with pictures and words.
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