About

Roxanne Brodeur Young is an intuitive card reader, workshop facilitator, and fiber artist.  She offers one-on-one intuitive card readings and group workshops on restoring connection to soul and environment through intuitive development, learning about native plants and creativity.

Her passion is working with others to encourage poetic connection to and development of relationships with the human and non-human world to ease the transformation process we are collectively going through, and to live a more joyful and richer life. 

Roxanne works closely with local plants to develop deeper relationships with them to fully appreciate and utilize their energetic and physical medicine. She portrays her personal lessons and messages in her art through color, images and poetry. She harvests local plants from her private garden and community. She creates her clothing and art pieces with natural fibers, plant and procion dyes.  

Roxanne lives and works in between San Francisco, CA and the tiny, historic town of Isleton, CA on the Sacramento Delta. 

 You can follow along on Instagram at @invisiblepractices

Roxanne received her BA and MA in poetry from San Francisco State University in 2008 and is Reiki II certified.  She continuously works on deepening her relationship to her intuition and the natural world through music, tarot and other various forms of cartomancy, communing with plants, herbal medicine, astrology, and metaphor. 

  

Art Shows and Press

Art Shows:

"Layers" Oct-Dec 2018 group art show with Lisa Ostipinski, Rare Bird, Oakland, CA

"100 Under 100" 2017, WAL Gallery, Sacramento, CA

Annual Fiber Art Show” March 2016, Highland Art Center, Weaverville,CA

Common Thread” August 2015, Delta Workshop, Sacramento, CA

 

Press:

Belle Armoire Sept/Oct/November 2018 issue "Healing Fiber" by Roxanne M.Young

Submerge Magazine“Rope and Twine. Roxanne Young Brings her Fiber Art and Fashion to the R Street Block Party” May 2016  http://submergemag.com/art/roxanne-young/

Painted Sidewalks, “Digs” October 2015 http://www.paintedsidewalks.com/live/2015/11/3/digs-roxanne-and-jimmy