Hailing from Santa Rosa, California, Lea Goode-Harris is a poet and artist. She has a profound interest in labyrinths – fascinated by their beautiful and archetypal mandalas. Throughout her twenty year career, she has created a number of contemporary labyrinth designs, including the Santa Rosa Labyrinth©, the SNOOPY™ Labyrinth for the Charles M. Schulz Museum, the Ladybug Labyrinth, and traditional and contemporary personal designs for public and religious organizations, corporations, and private individuals across the United States. She has given classes and experiential labyrinth talks at Sonoma State University, Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa High School, Luther Burbank Home and Gardens, and to numerous organizations including the Labyrinth Society and the Philanthropic Education Organization.
Lea is a one of a kind artist that brings comprehensive doctoral research to her work, continuing to explore and demonstrate the psychological significance of the labyrinth. Her research helps to explain the relevance of the life-long process of individuation with particular attention to the transitional period of adolescence using the labyrinth as a container for these explorations. We invite you to check her site out here, and get lost in the wonderful art that she produces. She also blogs and posts photos of all sorts of her other artwork for you to enjoy.
Her words really get to the heart of what Fix8 is made of though,
Helping you look at the world a little differently,