Shattered Psyche is a florilegium of global creativity that connects art lovers to a diverse selection of artists. The anthology is a Canadian publication founded by artist, publisher and Canadian Veteran Marie Moldovan.


Shattered Psyche is a judgement free anthology that aims to make a difference in the world, one publication at a time.

The publication donates a portion of the net proceeds to diabetes research.

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Submission Requirements

  • Artists must send in their Artist Biography with photo, Artist Statement, Links to social media handles and website links.
  • Artist may submit up to 10 images from a collection. Images must be in jpeg format and must be high quality (300dpi min if possible)
  • All work submitted must be the original work of the artist.
  • All submissions can be sent to Ensure to write "shattered Psyche submission" in the subject line.

Selected artists

  • If your work is selected you will be a part of an print and digital anthology, as well your work will be featured on our social media pages, website and upcoming podcast. All forms of publication will include your artist biography, artist statement, website, social media handles, and a few selected images. Published artists will be sent a complimentary viewable pdf issue. All featured artists will automatically be considered for any upcoming curatorial projects, not limited to art fairs, exhibitions, and gallery projects organized by our team.
  • All artists will be notified of the final decision by email. Since the publication is an anthology, artists may be considered for future anthologies.

Selected artists

  • I Ain't Your Marionette reserves the right to use images of the artwork, and all the required documents in there print, and e-book publications as well as on their website, podcast and social media. By submitting artwork via this call, the artist agrees to the terms outlined above. The artist retains full copyright of the work. Images will not be used outside of I Ain't Your Marionette affiliations such as their Website, Social Media accounts, podcasts, anthology (e-book and print) and podcast.

past publications

Shattered psyche V2(1)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: 163 pages

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Shattered psyche V2(3)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: pages

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Shattered psyche V2(4)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: pages

Shattered psyche V2(2)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: 113 pages

Shattered psyche V1(7)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: 113 pages

Shattered psyche V1(6)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: 113 pages

Shattered psyche V1(5)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: 113 pages

Shattered psyche V1(4)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: 104 pages

Shattered psyche V1(3)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: 100 pages

Shattered psyche V1(3)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: 100 pages

Shattered psyche V1(2)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: 117 pages

Shattered psyche V1(1)

Dimensions: 8 x 10

Print Length: 109 pages


November 2023

December 2023

January 2024

2024 Colours of Collaboration Exhibitions

International Artists Unite for Peace through

the “Colours of Collaboration” Art Exhibition.

Imagine a world where people from different countries, cultures, and backgrounds can come together and celebrate their differences through art. A world where peace is not just a dream, but a reality. Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, not for the 51 artists who are participating in the Colours of Collaboration art exhibition, a global initiative that aims to promote peace and harmony through artistic expression. In this article, we will tell you more about this amazing project, how it started, who is behind it, and where you can see it for yourself.

The Story Behind the Colours of Collaboration

The Colours of Collaboration art exhibition is the brainchild of artist and curator Marie Moldovan, who founded the initiative with the dream of demonstrating that peace is possible through collaboration. Marie is a Canadian Forces veteran who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression and various other invisible wounds, which affect their mental health and well-being. They decided to use their artistic talent and passion to create a platform for artists from different backgrounds, cultures, and experiences to express themselves and share their visions of peace.

Marie reached out to their friend and fellow veteran Joe Mykut, who served in the United States Naval-Corp and asked them to join in on the initiative. For Marie, interacting with Joe is a form of self-guided exposure therapy . Joe is an avid photographer, writer and artist, who also found art to be a therapeutic and creative outlet. Together, they launched the Colours of Collaboration project, inviting artists from all over the world to join them in in their initiative. They received an overwhelming response, with 51 artists from many different countries agreeing to participate in the project. The artists include painters, sculptors, photographers, digital artists, poets and more, who have diverse styles and techniques. Some of the artists are also veterans, refugees, survivors of abuse, or activists, who have personal stories and experiences related to peace and conflict.

The Artists and Their Works

The Colours of Collaboration art exhibition features the works of 51 artists, who have created stunning and meaningful artworks that showcase their various styles and offer the world hope. The artworks range from realistic to abstract, from colorful to monochrome, from traditional to modern, and from simple to complex. Each artwork has a unique story and message behind it. . Some of the artworks are inspired by the artists’ personal experiences, such as war, trauma, migration, or oppression. Some of the artworks are influenced by the artists’ cultural backgrounds, such as their religion, language, or heritage. Some of the artworks are motivated by the artists’ aspirations, such as justice, freedom, or harmony. Some of the artworks are simply expressions of the artists’ emotions, such as joy, sadness, or anger. Some of the art is inspired by the artists' passions.

The artists featured in this exhibition are:

Marie Moldovan, Pita Black, Samantha Moldovan, Joe Mykut, Amnesia Burmingham, Wingnut, Gayeann Collins, Alycia Hodge, Rati Banga Pala, Marten Hoyle, Anika Vaughn Raine, Sasha Q, Mary Grace Gonzales, Geraldine O’Dowd, Max Myers, Swapna Mukherjee, L.A.D., Shannon Mitchell, Michael Reinhart, Jang Guin Lim, Mary Katharine Christodoulou, Tamerat Siltan, Keith Suddrey, Esther Marcella Hoffmann, Carol Rabinovitch, Josh Poole, Chandra Sekararn, Michael Lees, Broken villages, Roya Moradkhani, Irena Paskali, Thomas Halloran, Lucas Alan Dietsche, Binod Dawadi, Vincent C. Ven, Markus Bean, Jayshree Parmar, Sarah Marie Salinas, Mohamed Ouedraogo, Bretta Perry, Auyile Mswetero, Lyla Hodge, Teflon Boundries, Carmen Chenier, Robert Myers, Michael Falls, Gustavo Andriewski, Emma Hilson-Gregory, Anila Bukhari and Thelma Van Rensburg,

The Venues and Dates of the Exhibition

The Colours of Collaboration art exhibition will be held in three venues in Ontario, Canada, where you can see the artworks in person and meet some of the artists and organizers. The venues and dates are as follows:

Royal Canadian Legion BR. 293 (Larder Lake): February 1-3, 2024

The Stope in Kirkland Lake: February 10 and 11, 2024

Royal Canadian Legion BR. 384 (Virginatown): February 25 and 26, 2024

The exhibition is free and open to the public, and everyone is welcome to attend (donations are welcome). The exhibition is made possible by the generosity of the KLMG and the Royal Canadian Legion, who donated the space for the exhibitions, and Shattered Psyche (Marie Moldovan), who is funding the event.

The Impact and Benefits of the Project

The Colours of Collaboration art exhibition is more than just a display of beautiful artworks. It is a testament to the power of art to bring people together and foster peace and understanding. It is also a tribute to the vision and courage of the two veterans who started this project and the 49 artists who joined them.

The project has several benefits and impacts, such as:

Promoting peace and harmony: The project aims to spread the message of peace and harmony to the world, and to inspire people to see the beauty and diversity of humanity. The project also hopes to raise awareness and support for the causes and issues that the artists care about, such as human rights, social justice, environmental protection, and more.

Supporting mental health and well-being: The project provides a platform for the artists to express themselves and share their stories and emotions, which can help them cope with their mental health and well-being. The project also offers a sense of community and belonging for the artists, who can connect and collaborate with each other and with the audience. The project also encourages the audience to engage with the artworks and reflect on their own feelings and thoughts, which can improve their mental health and well-being as well.

Celebrating art and culture: The project showcases the talent and creativity of the artists, who have diverse styles and techniques. The project also celebrates the culture and heritage of the artists, who have different backgrounds and experiences. The project also educates the audience about the art and culture of the artists, who have unique perspectives and insights.


The Colours of Collaboration art exhibition is a remarkable and inspiring project that demonstrates how art can be a powerful tool for communication and connection. The project is a result of the collaboration and passion of two veterans and 46 artists, who have joined forces to create artworks that reflect their visions of peace. The project is also an opportunity for the audience to see the artworks in person and to interact with the artists and organizers. If you are interested in seeing this exhibition for yourself, you can visit one of the three venues in Ontario, Canada, where it will be held in February 2024. Thank you!

CBc INTERVIEW on colours of collabation eXHIBIT

Northern News article on colours of collabation



2023 IS THE START OF A NEW ERA FOR SHATTERED PSYCHE, WE ARE CURRENTLY WORKING ON secruing space in various galleries where select artists that submit to our anthologies will be featured.


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