“A very interesting case of color/hearing or visual/aural synesthesia”  Dr. Julia Simner, Edinburgh University, Scotland, UK

Synesthesia is a neurological condition whereby one sense, such as vision, is stimulated, but another sense, such as aural, is also involuntarily stimulated. The word come from the greek syn, meaning joining, or union, and aesthesis, meaning sensation. To Tina Larkin, art and music are two sides of the same coin, the main difference being only the materials, the tools, used to create.  For info regarding purchasing or exhibiting art, contact Tina at


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