Boise Participant featured on Idahostatesman.com
Before retiring from the Idaho Public Library and becoming a fulltime artist, Marilyn Cosho rarely shared her artistic creations. It wasn't until after she was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome at age of 54 that she started to display her artwork as a way of demonstrating the therapeutic power of the arts. This year, Marilyn decided to enter her work in the Fourth Annual NAP Exhibition in the City of Boise, ID. Her collage entitled "Body #2" won First Place in the Intermediate category. (Pictured right)
Marilyn was also part of the Elks Rehab first Creative Healing Exhibition and is dedicated to helping spread the healing power of art to others.
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