Maya Marcotte

There are simple and basic principles that are just assumed as common knowledge. The sky is blue(ish), the sun rises in the east, and energy permeates through buildings and can attach and detach to individuals. As we know, certain individuals have the ability to tap into these energies and share insights to where and why they may be. This week on The Malliard Report, Jim welcomes just such a guest. This week Jim welcomes Maya Marcotte to the show to discuss fake healers, energy attachments and how to get rid of them, and where some of the most “risky places” for potential attachments are. Hint, Jim has talked about it in the past.

“Maya is a multi-faceted artist, singer, writer and YouTuber working in New York. Her first art teacher was her father whom she turned to throughout her life for honest critiques of her work. She grew up with a passion for Disney animation and much of her early influence came from the feature-length movies of fairy tales and imagination. As she got into her teens, the works of Olivia De Berardinis and Hajime Sorayama inspired her to embrace the sensuality and sexuality of women strictly prohibited in her family. For over a decade, she worked as a makeup artist in the beauty industry and learned how to mix color on countless faces which she later realized was a crucial learning experience for mixing colors for portraiture. On 11/11/11 she was accepted into her first group exhibition in Brooklyn. Group exhibits over the years included UCONN, Stepping Stones Children’s Museum, CW Post, Nassau Comptroller’s Building and East End Arts Gallery. She now focuses on whatever most energizes her; whether its the beauty of female sensuality through realistic charcoal drawings or her perspective of a stunning landscape in pastels, the art of the utmost importance is that which energizes and stimulates the senses and the soul.”

Maya is truly a multifaceted, multi-talented individual that brings a no nonsense approach to a field where a lot of nonsense occurs and is a fantastic guest. You can follow Maya either through her website mmarcotte.artspan.com or through her social media platforms @SolfeggioGirl. For the latest on all things Malliard, make sure to keep up with things over on malliard.com or you can follow Jim on all social media platforms @malliard. Don’t forget about the online merch store, newsletter, and of course the catalog of past shows!

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