I was lost in a world of darkness of my own creation
New York, NY (Vocus) October 19, 2010
Author Jessica Di Fabio-Iwamoto was a talented, successful, sought-after artist and actress. So why was she drowning in depression and despair? In her memoir, An Artist’s Palette From Dark to Light, she shares with readers an intimate glimpse of her life and how she journeyed from darkness to the light.
Gifted with many talents, the author’s work was admired by many people. Yet she felt emptiness in her heart. When she was able to capture the color and design of God’s beautiful world with paint and brush, her joy was indescribable—but short-lived. She always came crashing down after a wonderful high, dashed back into a dark hole of loneliness and depression. Despite her God-given gifts, “I was lost in a world of darkness of my own creation,” she writes.
An Artist’s Palette From Dark to Light tells the moving true story of one woman’s journey—the author’s own—from suicidal thoughts to sublime happiness. By developing an intimate, personal relationship with Jesus Christ, Iwamoto was born again—and finally able to move from a dark, destructive existence to a productive life, full of joy and light.
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About the Author
Jessica Di Fabio-Iwamoto is a talented actress and successful painter and illustrator who studied fine art painting and the art of design and fashion illustration at the Vesper George School of Art in Boston, Massachusetts. She earned her BA and MA from SUNY Empire College and taught at the Fashion Institute of Technology and Marymount Manhattan College, both in New York City. She has lived in Manhattan, Los Angeles, and Florence and Milan, Italy. She and her husband, Sueyoshi Iwamoto, currently live in New York City.
AN ARTIST’S PALETTE FROM DARK TO LIGHT * by JESSICA DI FABIO-IWAMOTO
A Woman's Journey from a Hellish to a Heavenly Life
Publication Date: October 15, 2010
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