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Geinene is a visual artist, wife, and mother of two young children; she’s also an advocate of a special needs child. A global traveler, art mentor, urban gardener, and struggling extrovert/introvert. She and her Canadian husband, Matthew, crossed paths in Europe while serving in ministry. They are survivors of a long distance relationship founded through years of old school letter writing between North Africa and Central Europe. Now, married and rooted in downtown Atlanta, she works as a mixed media artist and serves as a visual arts ministry consultant for an international organization. Created to encourage artists of all types, she and her husband open their home on a regular basis to gather musicians, visual artists, dancers, etc. to what they call “Creative Feast.” She is an advocate for living out the intersection of art, faith, and mission at home and cross-culturally, yet, in the day to day she simply strives to pursue the art of being a practicing artist and a present parent.
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