Carin Fausett

Lehi, United States

My art is about creating a spirit of life and connection. What we surround ourselves with is vital. Choose love, choose life. / Resume...

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Growing up I had hearing aids, and thick glasses. Constantly I would miss out or misunderstand. There was all this color and movement happening around me and I didn’t know how to be a part of it. So I kept my head down, read a lot, never understanding the jokes or whispers. My life existed on the outside looking in, until I discovered art.
Now as an adult I see the same pattern, in a different setting, with my sons. They have had addiction, challenges, and immense feelings of isolation.
Now I am using my art to communicate and educate about the challenges that are understood by many. They say the opposite of addiction is not being sober, it is connection. So let’s not be addicted to fear, substance, or even isolation. Connect and find your wings.

https://www.carinfausett.com/

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  • Joined: February 2010

Journal

Resurrection Exhibit

After a year of work The Resurrection Exhibit opening night happened! And it was lovely! So many people with addiction recovery experience were able to communicate about their journey and connect. This is vital because the opposite of addiction is not sobriety, but connection. / Please visit: http://www.carinfausett.com/ for more information. / Let Go and Let God.
Posted 5 months – Leave a comment

Expanding Bubble

So I’ve been moving through life, making art because I love it. It’s an extended journey filled with varying levels of success at different phases of my life. It’s hard to get out of my “bubble”, and to take my art to the next level. Then then I joined Red Bubble and found my personal bubble, expanding and not in a scary, “leap and the net will appear”…
Posted over 8 years – 5 comments

A Little Bit of Zen

Life seems to go better when it is cast in positive thoughts. My sons and I just watched a movie that lifted us up, and let us see things with more hope. Lovely. My youngest son said, “You know every one is born to do something.” He’s just nine, wow, to get that and to know that at a young age is something. It’s even more to retain that and live in the now, the moment…
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