Online Art Classes
LOCAL>> Art is a Way of Knowing (on Zoom) w/ PEGGY LILIENTHAL LINDEN
Art by: O'Hanlon Center for the Arts
Workshop using journaling and art making to connect to your creative source
“Art is a means to enter, to play with, to dance with, to wrestle with anything that intrigues, delights, disturbs or terrifies us.”
– PAT B. ALLEN, introduction, Art Is a Spiritual Path
This short series of drop-in classes offers a space for art making as personal inquiry.
Using journaling and art making we open to our “‘Creative Source.” Total beginners and experienced artists are welcome.
Please have art making materials of your choice and a journal for the workshop.
The session will provide the setting for you to explore your own creative work. This is a time to be open to exploring, adventuring, trying something new (or old), and expressing your intuition, imagination, thoughts or beliefs.
From past sessions participants have reported an expanded a sense of clarity, expressing themselves more creatively, and increased insight into themselves.
This Zoom workshop is for 10 people max.
Second Sunday of each month through December 2022,
10:00 – 2:00 Pacific Time,
1:00 – 5:00 East Coast Time.
Register and Peggy will send you the invite link.
Please read Zoom prerequisite before signing up.*
*Participants should be familiar with Zoom – how to use the chat, how to mute and un-mute, how to toggle between video and audio only. Ensuring your web-cam and microphone are working beforehand is essential. Having earbuds or a headset is helpful if you don’t have a private space from which to participate.
Participants need to provide their own art materials and a journal. Take time to create a sacred space, comfortable and free from distractions. Having a water bottle at hand is helpful. Art materials can be really simple or elaborate. It is a great practice to improvise with what is available.
It is requested that participants stay until the end of the session in order to preserve the “alchemical container”. Sharing words and images at the end of the session is an important part of the practice. When we create a group “field” together, the words or imagery that arise for any one person may have important meaning for other members of the group. The more we practice together the more connection and synchronicity we invite.
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