Archive Coffee House | The Freeway

By: Freeway Coffee House  09-12-2011
Keywords: Art, Salvation army

Kamila Miszelska has been a forerunner in the development and implementation of the art program at Lawson Ministries. Kamila has always been passionate about art and has been producing various forms of art works ever since she could remember. Kamila’s artistic drive lead her to pursue undergraduate studies in Fine Arts and Psychology at McMaster University. After graduating with honours in 2007, Kamila has upheld successful employment at various eminent organizations including BIS, Good Shepherd and The Salvation Army Lawson Ministries, where she facilities the art program twice a week. Besides her busy schedule, Kamila actively produces abstract/non-representational works which employ a wide range of media and draw upon the sub-consciousness, subjectivity and the intuitive impulses. Kamila’s artistic production has facilitated her personal growth and has lead her to experience the healing qualities of art firsthand.

Keywords: Art, Salvation army

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