Come visit The Spot to experience how we use art to lower stress.
We have two rooms, the first designed in browns and earth tones, which calms you and a second back room filled with bright, pop colors to raise your energy and to help you feel better.
The Spot an exhibit space that studies the effects of art on mental health.
Created by the renaissance artist, Voodo Fé, The Spot functions as a display area for Fe’s Art, Music and Fashion as well as an experiment space where we run test to determine how art can be used to lower stress. Our agenda is to use this data to get art back into schools and to have it protected legislatively.
As an exhibit space, The Spot houses the work of Voodo Fé, one of the most prolific artist of our times. With a Creative Heritage that goes across the fields of music, art, fashion, graphic design, jewelry and television, combined Fé has created over 8,000 original pieces of work.
Fé, who has dealt with the death of both Parents while in his 20’s, 10 surgeries, being bipolar, dyslexic, being hit by 3 cars and fighting drinking and drug problems, has rebuilt himself using his art to release, relax and escape. After getting his life in order, Fé was determine to find out how his art may have helped in his healing. Countless time was spent on studying color theory, art therapy and the different way art has been proven to help mental health, lower stress and improved cognitive and academic skills.
The Spot is an experience that can’t be felt over a phone, it’s immersive, calming and inspiring.
About Voodo Fé
It’s not every day you meet someone named Voodo Fé. It’s not every day you meet someone named Voodo Fé who’s bipolar, dyslexic, been homeless and has 10 surgeries to his name. It’s not every day you meet someone named Voodo Fé who turns his life around to become a prolific Renaissance Artist with over 7,000 works of art in multiple mediums. It’s not every day you meet someone named Voodo Fé who designs for iconic brands like Calvin Klein, DKNY, the NFL, the NBA and was commissioned to do a piece for Beyoncé. It’s not every day you meet someone named Voodo Fé.
Come out to Voodo Fe,
visit the website at www.theSpotForArt.com
Contributor/Writer: Aten Ra Style
Space Shot by Ed Marshall
Voodo Fé photos by Paul Storey