Bayley’s personal journey with autism propelled her to find somatic approaches to exercise her weakest points, ultimately breaking through and becoming a recognized mentor who has even spoken in the esteemed House of Lords. Now, she’s set to unveil the transformative power of perspective and potential in the upcoming “Art from the Inside Out” exhibition, hosted on her new website.
The exhibition, a celebration of this new emergence, challenges conventional boundaries in art and invites viewers to explore the depths of their own creativity. Sue Bayley’s dilemmas led her to paint without an image in her mind, dance without the ability to remember choreography and learn professional skills by adapting the process. Her artwork, thought-provoking and transformative, serves as both a challenge to existing mindsets and a reassurance to those on a path of self-discovery.
“Art from the Inside Out” is not just an exhibition; it’s an invitation to see the world through fresh eyes and unlock hidden artistic abilities within ourselves. Sue Bayley, a pioneer from Tangledtreetribe.com, welcomes the beginner’s mind and encourages all to embark on a journey of self-discovery, introspection, and artistic awakening.
Reverend Sue Bayley, internationally known for her guidance in Spiritual, Life Purpose, Creative, Somatic, and Relational aspects, is a Neurodistinct individual and a Neurodiversity advocacy and coaching professional. Her desire to share her story led her to the House of Lords in 2019 and to various destinations across the USA, Europe, and the UK. With numerous professional qualifications in her guidance fields, she dedicates her life to giving a voice to the voiceless and meaning to the marginalized.
The “Art from the Inside Out” exhibition is not limited to a physical space; it will be offered online, with the date yet to be announced. This offers a unique opportunity for a global audience to witness the transformative power of art and perspective. Don’t miss the chance to experience Sue Bayley’s captivating artwork, a reminder that one can pick up a paintbrush and pen in their 6th decade and open new horizons.
As a Neurodiversity advocate, Sue Bayley’s vision is to leave a legacy that outlives her, promoting an appreciation and acceptance of different neurological perspectives and gifts in the next generation. For more information and to connect with Sue Bayley, visit the website.