Mindflow – A Dementia Art Project
Devon based Visual Artist Paul Stretton-Stephens and his wife, Lesley launch Mindflow – A Dementia Art Project to raise funds for the National Brain Appeal.
Adopting the name Mindflow for the Dementia Art Project, Exmouth-based, Paul and his wife Lesley Stretton-Stephens aim to demystify and grow the arts in the dementia community with the strong belief that creativity is very much alive and kicking in people living with dementia.
Paul and Lesley, who lives with mixed rare dementia, believe that art can truly act as a vehicle for boosting self-esteem, confidence, communication, and emotional expression. Apart from that, it’s fun and provides a sense of purpose with tangible results.
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A Winter's Day is a Fusion Hybrid Artwork depicting a winter storm at sea with land in the background. It has been created by the use of a fabric composite which is then photographed. A bespoke digital palette is created from the photo and it is then used to enhance the image.
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Paul Stretton-Stephens is a self-taught, visually impaired artist who works across a wide range of media including Fusion Hybrid Art, Digital Art, Photography, and Acrylics, where he has a passion for the abstract and anything coastal.
Paul’s influences stem from his love of indigenous art, where he has attended aboriginal art workshops and visited, multiple times, the abundance of galleries and artistic locations of Santa Fe and wider New Mexico. Paul gained great inspiration from Art Santa Fe, the hub of one of the country's most celebrated art scenes, as well as from the Taos Pueblo and Navajo peoples. In addition, having lived in Spain for 11 years, Paul also draws on the rich legacy and culture of the Moors and numerous visits to the stunning galleries of Madrid. His vibrant and contemporary abstract artwork is gaining in popularity and is becoming more collectible. His aspiration is to have his works hung on the walls of homes and other spaces around the world.