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Moriah Mylod Art Collections

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Artwork by Moriah Mylod

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About Moriah Mylod

Moriah Mylod Moriah Mylod, MAAT, ATR is a Multidisciplinary Visual Artist, Registered Art Psychotherapist, and Adjunct Professor of Art Therapy residing in North-West region of New Jersey with her husband and fur creatures. She primarily works in her home studio, Birdseye in The Attic where she explores various painting medium applications on canvas, paper and wood. Moriah has an art process that is intuitive in nature. . . her artwork unveils the unseen world of her heart, psyche, and spirit where she emotionally materializes the moods we hold as humans in vividly untamed colored inner-landscapes that are evocative in expressionism​. Presently, Moriah has been interested in illustrative work, watercolor painting, bringing art to community and learning more about other art forms. Moriah illustrated a published children's book over this last year as a collaborative project and was a featured member of the American Art Therapy Association in 2021 for her work in the community-- as well as involved in another collaborative book project that utilized creative writing, art and nature in 2020.

Moriah passionately pursued a Master of Arts in Art Therapy from Cedar Crest College in May 2016 and graduated from Cedar Crest College in 2013 with a B.A. in Art Therapy and a Minor in Art History-- where she was a recipient for the Howard Agar Memorial Prize for demonstration of significant ability in the studio arts. She now teaches at her Alma Mater as an Undergraduate & Graduate Adjunct Professor of Art Therapy. Moriah is a published artist/art therapist and has professionally exhibited her artwork in conventional and unconventional venues since 2015. In 2017 Moriah was featured in Lehigh Happening Magazine 'Celebrating Creative Women in the Lehigh Valley' as well as recognized in the media as a 'Celebrated Art Psychotherapist' in New Brunswick, New Jersey for her Fine Art Exhibition and clinical work at The Center for Great Expectation (C.G.E) a treatment facility for mothers in Recovery. Moriah's mission for the good of community 'is to bring art to her community by facilitating the act of art-making that is to be accessible for anyone to engage in- as we understand from an evidence-based practices such as art therapy. Art paired with connection with ourselves and to one another enhances the quality of all our lives and is essential for the environments in which we occupy.'