What happens when life and art meet?
After twenty-five years of studying, art-making, teaching, and working with hundreds of clients and students on creative self-expression, I’ve uncovered this truth: The more creative we can be in our thinking and actions, the more we can expand our perspectives, achieve our most important goals, and live a life of purpose. I’m here to help you make that happen.
Let's Work Together.
If you are seeking support to live with more ease and clarity, break patterns that are keeping you stuck or simply need a fresh perspective, my individual sessions can help.
Looking for support and accountability for your creative project? As a coach who has real-world experience in the arts and facilitation, I will bring care and authenticity to each phase of your growth. Learn more about creativity coaching and check out my Special Coaching Package which is offered a few times a year.
As a seasoned teacher and group facilitator, I bring healing opportunities through art and movement expression. Join my online Expressive Arts Supervision Group in February, come to my weekend workshop in Los Angeles in May, or meet me in Europe in the fall. Sign up on my mailing list to stay updated about workshops and classes.
As an artist, I am continually finding ways to be engaged in my own creative work which draws from my background with dance, writing, performance, photography and mixed media. I have created a short film, When the Fall Comes, which shares my story with grief and the arts, and am currently working on The Creative High, a documentary film about artists who have faced addiction. See more in Film and Projects or go to www.thecreativehigh.com.
“Adriana brings compassionate attention, focused witnessing, and a warm presence to her work with students and clients. This personal grace coupled with many resources and years of experience is a powerful combination.”
– Jamie McHugh, RSMT, Creator of Somatic Expression®
“Adriana Marchione’s work is brimming with creativity and depth of feeling. She focuses on what really matters, and compassionately and wisely embraces life in all its manifestations.”
– Alfonso Montuori, Professor of Arts and Culture