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Art practice, guided by nature
Making art is a powerful way to connect with the natural world. It is the language through which we learn the wisdom of nature and discover life lessons that can't be communicated any other way. The art path is one of awe and wonder that puts us in touch with the truest part of ourselves. This is a space to explore the mysteries of art practice and how to apply its lessons in everyday life. Read more about the Art Path...
Join me on the Art Path
Free registration gives you access to:
Monthly live sessions on Zoom
Join me on the 15th of each month at 6pm for art practice and discussion as we explore the mysteries of nature, mindfulness, and the creative process. This is a drop-in class format with process-focused sessions designed for experimentation and dialogue. Suitable for all levels. The next session meets on January 15, 2024.
Monthly email with new topics and resources
Get a recap of the monthly Zoom call with links to additional news and resources. This serves as a great reference for further exploration on your own, or just something to have around when you need inspiration.
Get a recap of the monthly Zoom call with links to additional news and resources. This serves as a great reference for further exploration on your own and a way to share your ideas and connect with others on the Art Path.
Open to all
Whether you are an experienced artist or just want to play, the Art Path is open to all levels. This is for you if...
you are interested in the spiritual side of creativity.
you have a studio practice and are looking for connection and inspiration.
you love making art as a way to connect with nature.
you want to learn more about art as a mindfulness practice with mental health benefits.
The Art Path is designed to help you explore the intuitive side of your art practice while respecting your time, energy, and resources. This is why I have created an open model where you can participate as much or as little as you wish, and contribute at the level that feels right to you. Access is always free for registered participants.
Your favorite drawing tools - These an be pencils, pastels, or whatever you like to use.
Your favorite paints - These don't have to be any certain quality, but should be water-based and include primary colors and black and white
Something to paint on - watercolor paper, canvas, or a material of your choice
Access to water
Paper plates for mixing paint
Collage supplies - paper, scissors, glue
A quiet space where you can focus for the full session.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let's talk!
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