Wesley Usher is a writer and visual artist with a license in professional counseling. Her related past projects include New York art exhibitions of solo and group works by artists living with disability and a series of murals for the acute care areas of Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. She has also designed and developed collective narrative group work for the inpatient psychiatric setting.
Since 2006 Usher has explored the implications of technology on feminine self-narrative and wellness, including four multi-media projects that explore relationships between technology, language, power and voice. (The Cassandra Code, The Cambridge Key, The story of e, and Riddlespeak.) Most recently her artwork has been published in The Round (Brown University), The After Happy Hour Review (Pittsburgh) and Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine (Columbia University).
At Walden Pond. Concord, Massachusetts.
Mind Mandala: the imagining brain, Usher. 2012. New York Public Library exhibition, 2013. The Round [Brown University], 2016.