As humans we all possess a “Drawing Mind” a piece of ourselves that can make sense of the world through a drawn line. Drawing is thinking in a visual form.

We all have a Drawing Mind, the part of our mind that knows how to draw a “bumpy line.” One third of our brain is devoted to the visual cortex. The first organ after the heart that develops is the eye, one of the most intricate organs in humans. Yet, in contemporary society we pay scant attention to our Drawing Mind and our ability to slow down and see. Drawing helps us to see better. Drawing helps us to think better. The power of the drawn line as a tool for thinking, seeing, expressing and healing has yet to be tapped to its full potential.