By Edith Kramer
Edith Kramer is without doubt one of the pioneers within the box of artwork remedy, recognized and revered during the global. This number of papers displays her life of paintings during this box, exhibiting how her concepts and perform have constructed through the years. In those papers she considers a large spectrum of matters, drawing jointly her options on paintings, paintings treatment, society, ethology and scientific perform and putting artwork treatment in its social and old context. Drawing on examples from her enormous own event as an paintings therapist, Kramer illustrates her conviction that making is important to the perform of paintings remedy, not easy these paintings therapists within the box who use artwork as a toll for extra verbal psychotherapeutic perform.
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Indeed the depth of intuitive knowledge which is the essence of great portraiture could not be obtained without the help of those unconscious wishes. In the artist’s compassionate or merciless or dispassionately objective interpretation of the individual we can feel an echo of the mixture of love and aggression which is at the root of it all. And we can observe an unconscious awareness of those processes in the reaction of the public towards portraits, which often is a mixture of awe and revulsion, admiration and distrust towards artist and portrait.
Eds) (1970) The Collected Essays, Journalism and Letters of George Orwell, Vol 4. Harmondsworth: Penguin. Strunk, W. (1979) The Elements of Style. Third edition. New York: Macmillan. Ulman, E. ’ American Jounal of Art Therapy 30, 3. Note 1 From the American Journal of Art Therapy 32, November 1993. PART 2 The Profession of Art Therapy CHAPTER 4 Exploration of Definition Edith Kramer and Elinor Ulman1 This chapter constitutes an attempt at clarification, with the hope that muddied intellectual waters will be made more transparent.
Only when the original aim of the drive is blocked can the inherent energy become available for new purposes. However, this denial must not be too absolute. An instinct which is denied all direct gratification will be repressed so deeply that it will not be available for modification and transformation. For example, if the voyeuristic and aggressive sexual curiosity of a small child is frustrated entirely, the enjoyment of all visual impressions may become blocked, so that no receptiveness for the plastic arts and no talent for painting can develop.
Art As Therapy: Collected Papers by Edith Kramer