Meet Kadima Comic Book Artist, Joel K.
Joel writes, illustrates, and paints his own stories. He is inspired by the sci-fi genre.
Joel recently completed the first installment of his sci-fi comic book "Things Are Not Always What They Seem," which he started during an 18-week illustration mentorship with The College for Creative Studies CAP department.
Meet Kadima Weaver, Sharon G.
Sharon creates art using just about every media you can imagine. She works incessantly with an inspiring passion and artistic drive.
Sharon recently completed an 18-week weaving mentorship with The College for Creative Studies CAP department.
Meet Kadima Photographer, Kenneth R.
Kenneth works almost exclusively with photography. He is also no stranger to collage. His current work uses photo juxtapositions and digital alterations.
Kenneth learned photography in the CEP Program and immediately took a liking to it. He recently completed an 18-week photography mentorship with The College for Creative Studies CAP department.
Meet Kadima Painter, David R.
David is a prolific painter who paints primarily using pen and ink and watercolor media. His preferred subject matter is abstraction and the human figure.
David has completed an 18-week painting mentorship with The College for Creative Studies CAP department.
The Creative Expressions Program is a JVS+Kadima mutli-disciplinary arts program, in Southfield, MI. We serve people in Oakland County who live with mental health challenges or intellectual and developmental disabilities. If you have any questions about JVS+Kadima services, the CEP Program, our Shop-CEP products, or if you wish to inquire about one of our talented member's works of art, don't hesitate. We're here to help. Just fill out the attached form and we'll direct it to someone with answers.