Coe Kitten

Coe Kitten

Coe Kitten was born in Algona, Iowa. Soon thereafter she was transported to postwar, Japan, during her earliest, impressionable years. Most of her life afterwards was about growing up and surviving in Florida and California. Coe has been engaged in conscious, deep personal healing work for the past two decades between Los Angeles and San Francisco.

She is the mother of Laurel Kitten. Kitten, continues to challenge reality and explore multiple healing modalities and disciplines for facing the resolution of traumatic challenges in daily life as a woman, artist, writer and student of science, while developing herself now, as an entrepreneurial business woman.

She is an advocate for non-violent communication to bring closure with the past, inclusive to opening new frontiers for creative problem solving simpatico with the future that has always called to her with a clear, bright and unstoppable voice. This goal is greatly enhanced through becoming a TEAM 2 graduate of Landmark Educations World of Advanced Communication.

Coe Kitten is also the Mother of METAsyn Art. This vision at its genesis is the core for a sacred arts seed bank called METAsyn Art.  This art is collaborative by design and is for the purpose of allowing awareness of the Spirit within and to inspire reverence for life. METAsyn Art uses the universal language of art as a tool for facilitation of non-violent communication on taboo topics and complex social issues for individuals and groups bridging the gap between breakdown and breakthrough.


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This vision at its genesis is the core for a sacred arts seed bank called METAsyn Art. This art is collaborative by design and is for the purpose of allowing awareness of the Spirit within. Submerged in our own uniqueness, we come together in the Spirit of the One, baptized by the fires of our common dream.

–Coe Kitten

The Turning of Infinity by Coe Kitten
The Turning of Infinity, ink on vellum, 24 x 30 in, 2015

 

Blessed be the Ties that Bind by Coe Kitten
Blessed be the Ties that Bind, museum-wrapped, fusion art and mixed media on canvas, 24 x 36 in, 2015

 

See more of Coe’s work and that of other visionary artists on the PlantTeachers Art Gallery page.