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Caresse Isings

Caresse Isings
Caresse Isings

was cradled in creativity as daughter of Aruban author Nydia Ecury. She is a creative writer and translator, performing poet, story teller, international multilingual voice-artist, photographer, illustrator and graphic designer. Battling autism and an eye-muscle disability that impedes reading, she developed into a pragmatic autodidact, absorbing text by 'content-scanning" and creating her own structured tutoring. Her first poem was born at age four and she shares her passion of word through multilingual works and communication for commercial and social work groups. Caresse wrote and directed multidisciplinary plays like 'Sirena', 'Transparencia' Silence of Soul', 'Hende cu Hende', 'Formando Nos' and 'Volcan' and creates 'SoulPaintings'; visual-affirmation-portraits to help unleash creative powers of her subjects. She attributes her love of freedom to her Haitian descent and derives her inspiration from the Divine to which she attributes her creative talents. While not adhering to religion, she wrote her favorite poem 'Obada' dedicated to God, later the song 'Scochi' on her first CD. Caresse was commissioned to present her poetry volume 'Chang'é' as national gift to retiring Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mr. Balkenende and founded United Artists of Aruba and United Artists of Curacao as publisher and marketing support to fellow artists.

(WN2010)

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