Stephanie Gray is a process arts facilitator, Creative Self - Discoverist, writer and artist and is co-owner of Creative Nectar Studio. 

Stephanie has been process painting since 1996 and facilitating since 2009.  She has been a volunteer artist for the “Memories in the Making” program of the Heartland chapter of The Alzheimer’s Association, an Americorp VISTA volunteer at VanGo Mobile Arts, a studio assistant to Sarah Oblinger of Paint or Die Studio, and a resident artist and volunteer at VALA Gallery in Mission, KS.  

Stephanie facilitates creative self-discovery in person from her home studio -  Inside Out Studio and with folks all over the globe. online as part of the  The Walkabout , Rise and Shine and HeART Journaling

I personally believe we are in the beginning stages of a great transition, an evolution affecting us as individuals and our personal belief systems as well as our society and societal structures.  

Transitions are very often messy and painful like the birthing process itself. Things may initially appear chaotic and feel unfamiliar and confusing and there will be expansion and contraction as the old begins to die away and the new slowly takes its place. 

I also believe that the only way through this is to go within and become curious about who it is that dwells in the innermost levels of my being. Getting to know my most sacred and powerful self, the one who holds abundant wisdom and is able to discern truth, will provide me what is needed in these times. 

 I combine over 20 years of personal process art and healing experience and 9 plus years of process art facilitation with creative tools to offer assistance for individuals who resonate with a similar belief - that things are indeed shifting and the way to find true balance is found within. 

Here's an interview I did for Higher Journeys Radio. I come out of the "space closet" and describe some of the things I've experienced via my creating process in the last few years: