Art Therapy Program at the Phillips Collection

Michael Schaff’s artwork was inspired by Morris Louis’s “Seal.” Photograph by Photograph by James R. Brantley/the Phillips Collection.

A participant in the Creative Aging program creates her own piece of artwork. Photograph by Photograph by Jackie McGeehan.

Joan B. Habib created this watercolor “Untitled,” gaining inspiration from Charles Burchfield’s “Road and Sky.” Photograph by Photograph by James R. Brantley/the Phillips Collection.

Tillman Stirling, the creator of this mask, said, “It’s missing something. It’s missing a brain; something that allows it to tell stories and make connections.” It was inspired by John Sloan’s “Clown Making Up.” Photograph by Photograph by James R. Brantley/the Phillips Collection.

Brooke Rosenblatt, the Phillips Collection education specialist, and Jackie McGeehan, art therapist at Iona, lead an art therapy session in the galleries. Photograph by Photograph by James R. Brantley.

Sidney W.’s watercolor is called “Getting Moving” and is inspired by Edward Hopper’s “Sunday.” Photograph by Photograph by James R. Brantley/the Phillips Collection.

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