What is a Madhatter?

To understand the reason we have chosen to be called the Madhatters and to even slightly begin to contemplate our mission, there are a few terms you must understand:

Hatter, n. (hat’-ter)
Some one that dons many hats. ie. a hat collector, the village people, and the average woman.

from The Dictionary of Rachel, exists only in the mind of Rachel.

Mad, adjective
1. mentally disturbed; deranged; insane; demented.
2. enraged; greatly provoked or irritated; angry.
3. extremely foolish or unwise; imprudent; irrational: a madscheme to invade France.
4. wildly excited or confused; frantic: mad haste.

excerpt from dictionary.com

We, The Madhatters, are wives, mothers, artists, workers, volunteers, dreamers, and more. We understand how life can overwhelm and overtake you. The constant switching of hats can leave you (and us) feeling drained, lost and even mad*, especially when we forget to wear the hats of our own true voice. (Wouldn’t that be a fun project?) Our mission is to remind you that you have a voice, to teach you how to listen to that voice, and to inspire you to care and nurture your own inner voice.

Meet The Madhatter Founders

Anastasia Boswell
Happy Trees Studio
Located at Arts on Main – Studio 114


Rachel M Cotton
Cotton Studios
Located at Arts on Main – Studio 111

* There are serious mental conditions that exist, and we are not making light or fun of those conditions. It has, however, been scientifically documented that stress and disconnection with oneself can physically manifest in the body as mental disorders as well as chronic illnesses. We are not psychologists, and we do not give psychiatric advice. We do however offer a safe place for you to be yourself and experiment creatively.

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