Tessa Groshoff Finds Safety in Art
by Jennifer Larue via “The Spokesman Review“
“On a white sheet of paper, Tessa Groshoff spills her secrets.
She swirls, lines and scribbles to tell her stories in the universal language of art that words simply cannot convey.
“Art is my way of communicating,” she said. “I believe a person’s voice can be heard without words. Each stroke is a memory to be created or released, and each stroke has a purpose whether it is dark or light.” . . . .”