Creatively Connected

Tali Lennox

 

“We are all alone in our own way,” Tali Lennox, the artist, model, and actress tells the Foundation of Art & Healing. Lennox talks about her lifelong journey towards sketching and painting as healing and connective. “With art,” she says, “You’re allowed to express how you’re feeling without thinking of the judgment of others.”

Lennox explains that anyone can harness the power of creative expression in order to feel better and more secure in their place in larger world.”The more that you create, and the more that you create freely in whatever medium you do,” she says,”You will find your own voice.” Lennox, the daughter of singer Annie Lennox, found early success as a model in London, but soon focused her energy on portrait painting.

Lennox speaks here about feeling lonely and disconnected when she was younger. Having discovered the freeing and connective power of art, she often thinks about how she can help others feel comfortable in their own skin and connected through creative expression. “You are enough,” she would say to her younger self, “It’s okay.”

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