Drawn Together: Maintaining Connections and Navigating Life's Challenges with Art by Roar ThorsenDrawn Together: Maintaining Connections and Navigating Life's Challenges with Art by Roar Thorsen

Drawn Together: Maintaining Connections and Navigating Life's Challenges with Art

byRoar Thorsen, Katarina Thorsen

Paperback | January 1, 2013

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Families, caregivers, therapists and service providers are encouraged to use this book to connect with a family member, a patient, or a client. "Drawn Together" has been picked up for the Canadian Heart and Stroke Foundation for use as a resource to families.

"Drawn Together" is a delightful father-daughter journey, beautifully illustrated with Roar Thorsen's drawings. Roar's art is the result of the encouragement and facilitation provided by his daughter, Katarina, to help him rebuild connections with the world after a debilitating stroke. Readers will be inspired to awaken to their own gifts and to facilitate expression in others.

Before his retirement, Roar Thorsen had a rich career in the forest industry as a mechanical engineer, specializing in design and consulting in Canada and throughout Scandinavia. An artist since childhood, Roar’s preferred medium was cartooning. He was his daughter’s first art teacher. Tragically, he passed away in early 2013.Katarina ...
Title:Drawn Together: Maintaining Connections and Navigating Life's Challenges with ArtFormat:PaperbackDimensions:98 pages, 8.5 × 8.5 × 0.18 inPublished:January 1, 2013Publisher:Influence PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1771410043

ISBN - 13:9781771410045

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