Kindred Artists

Kindred Psychology proudly displays artwork from local artists that explores the complexity of the mind, mental health, gender, sexuality, race, family, and identity among the themes. We do not charge to use the space for display, or earn royalties on any purchased art. We view this as a creative, community building opportunity to expand the conversations about mental health and substance abuse while also supporting disproportionately affected populations.

Kindred Psychology is proud to host an art exhibit for Photography by Chelsea Krafka. Chelsea uses mindfulness and meditative practices while capturing intricate details of the natural world using macro photography. As she engages with the smallest of features, Chelsea connects her breath with the present moment. Come witness the beautiful outcomes of Chelsea's meaningful...

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Macro Meditations

Kindred Psychology is proud to feature local artist John D. Muñoz of Omaha, Nebraska as our first spotlight artist. Muñoz’ work showcases surrealism-style color blocking, hidden faces, and dreamlike imagery. Every piece has a humble beginning, as the canvases are disregarded advertisements, pieces of cardboard and other commonly overlooked items. Muñoz uses a variety of...

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John Munoz art