About Me

What are art breaks, you ask?

Art breaks are anytime a person takes a moment in time to create something, anything. Art breaks could be a brief moment or a scheduled creative session of any duration. They could be enjoyed by anyone of any age or circumstance. One does not need to be an artist to enjoy an art break. Anyone can participate at any artistic level or ability. All you have to do is pause for however long you wish and with intention create something…anything! Sounds fun right?


My Name is Jennifer MacIsaac. I am an artist, an art teacher, and an aspiring children’s book author/illustrator. I am a huge fan of taking art breaks. I am a lifetime lover of art. I love to create whenever I can. I also love to work with others, both adults and kids, to develop their own creative practice. It is my firm belief that humans are born creative, it is our birthright. I believe that though we are not all destined to be artists in the traditional sense, we can all derive pleasure through creative self expression. I also believe that creative expression can be a nurturing and healing practice. It can help connect us to the present moment in much the same way that mindfulness and meditation do. Creative expression can help us release our stress and calm our minds and bodies. It is my mission to help people of all ages connect with their own inner creatives so that they can experience these benefits in their own lives.

  • 2000 BS Textiles, Merchandising, & Design Minors in Art & Human Sciences, MTSU
  • 2008 Montessori Teaching Certificate Infant/Toddler, NAMC
  • Certificates
    • Professional Life Coaching, Transformation Academy
    • Therapeutic Art Life Coach, Transformation Academy
    • Mindfulness, Allegra Learning Solutions, LLC from MTSU

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What People Say

You inspire.

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You are an awesome teacher. ❤️

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Wow! So many amazing projects!

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Let’s create together.

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