September 14, 2012 “The Life & Works of Visionary Artist Coe Kitten”

Listen to Program. The Life & Works of Coe Kitten

Coe Kitten was born in Algona, Iowa. Soon thereafter she was transported to postwar, Japan, during her earliest, impressionable years. Most of her life afterwards was about growing up and surviving in Florida and California. Coe has been engaged in conscious, deep personal healing work for the past two decades between L.A. and San Francisco. She is the mother of, Laurel Kitten, also a visionary. Coe, continues to challenge reality and explore multiple healing modalities and disciplines for facing the resolution of traumatic challenges in daily life as a woman, artist, writer and student of science, while developing herself now, as an entrepreneurial business woman. She is an advocate for non-violent communication to bring closure with the past, inclusive to opening new frontiers for creative problem solving simpatico with the future that has always called to her with a clear, bright and unstoppable voice. This goal is greatly enhanced through becoming a TEAM 2 graduate of Landmark Educations World of Advanced Communication.

Coe Kitten, is also the Mother of METAsyn Art. This vision at its genesis is the core for a sacred arts seed bank called METAsyn Art.  This art is collaborative by design and is for the purpose of allowing awareness of the Spirit within and to inspire reverence for life. METAsyn Art uses the universal language of art as a tool for facilitation of non-violent communication on taboo topics and complex social issues for individuals and groups bridging the gap between breakdown and breakthrough.

  1. Hi Coe! I am proud of you Coe and are beginning your dreams of stepping out with your METAsyn Art. I am happy to see your realization of into healing through art. We recently discussed interpretations and meanings through art. I mentioned to you in my opinion art is personalized for each individual. There is no right right or wrong interpretations. My opinion of METAsyn Art is to allow an individual to absorb it’s energy into your soul, connecting and interpreting the messages to your conscious self. I feel Metaphysical art allows your subconscious and conscious to communicate with you and be able to work through your obstacles/blockages, needs, desires and to let go of what no longer serves you. This also allows you to be able to reflect and heal your hurts, sufferings, the negative programming that has been put upon us, and to released to the universe so you may live your life to it’s fullest. It also allows you the ability to reflect honestly of the inner you. Your inner being yearning to be acknowledged, forgiven, and released all that no longer serves you to the heavens/universe for cleansing. The negative energies are transmuted into pure positive energy and clears a path for you for the highest good and to be true to it.
    Coe and I spent about 1 year working with energy movements, healing and stepping into the unknown. I am proud of you Coe Kitten. You have come a long way. Welcome into your journey in the world of healing. 🙂

  2. I am happy to see your work of healing through art. Correction.

  3. Darling Coe,

    You inspire me with your wisdom, art, writings, insight, intelligence and purpose. May you succeed in your every endeavor, and facilitate the deep healing that is so needed on the individual and planetary level. You are a true gift to this world, a treasure beyond measure. I salute you and look forward to the continued manifestation of your dreams.

  4. COE! Is that really YOU!!! There’s only ONE Coe Kitten!!!! You are such a FABULOUS artist!! WE knew each other in Florida, around 1982 or so..do you remember? You drew some INCREDIBLE portraits of me! I just LOVE your work! and I lOVE the new work you are doing NOW! SO exciting to see you here! (:

  5. Coe, I honestly hope you read this…. I am Deborah Wallace-Nuckolls daughter. You did some absolutely wonderful paintings of my mother and aunt nancy…Thank you very much for the treasure of something to hold onto since the passing of my mother… Tabatha

    • Marcia Irwin
    • September 1st, 2013

    coe? You have produced some wonderful art that I am just now discovering. I’m getting heavy into wood carving these days when my health permits. I don’t do Facebook anymore so best catch me via email. Love across the distance, your youngest sister

    • Dawn Grimes
    • September 17th, 2013

    Coe, I bet you don’t remember me, I lived in your house on Burlington Ave with you in about 1977. I played guitar and sang while you painted and we named the house the “Artistic Domain.” I am so very pleased to see that you have healed and are touching others through your healing art and inspirations, and your wonderful light and spirit.

    • Jon Hubble
    • May 14th, 2017

    Hi if you lived in Newport homes i have a pen and ink horse I would like to return to you

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