Amy is a shorter woman, with short golden hair she keeps pinned out of her tried blue eyes. Her hands, rough with use, as covered with missed dabs of paint or lines of clay.
Amy has been working at Saint Claire’s Residential Care Hospice for over three years now, and is extremely popular with the residents. Amy does weekly art therapy programing at the facility, teaching ceramics, painting, drawing, and various other mediums as a creative outlet. The pay is hardly glamorous, and being an art therapist amidst a collection of psychiatrists and psychologists is not always easy. Though Amy’s passion for her work clearly shows, a tired look is beginning show in her eyes.