Mindful Art Exploration with Ink

Addresse67 N. Pleasant St.
CityAmherst
AtDowntown Mindfulness
CountyLorain (OH3059)
Date12/13/2017
Hours20:00
CategoriaEvents
67 N. Pleasant St.
Amherst
Downtown Mindfulness
Lorain (OH3059)
Tel 2017-12-13
Categoria Events
Mindful Art Exploration with Ink

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL. If you would like to be notified of such classes in the future, please email Shalini@remindingproject.com Have you ever felt your inner critic blocking you from expressing yourself freely and creatively? This workshop is for you. Unleash your creativity and learn practices for being present in the process of working with ink. Together, we will create expressive ink paintings and drawings and observe our unique artistic voice. Beginners welcome, no prior art experience necessary. Classes will include mindfulness, discussion of techniques, exploration with ink, and time for reflection. Art teacher Lily Joy Friedling has taught art in schools and privately for 10 years and currently teaches at her studio, Joy Art Space, in downtown Amherst.



She has an MA in art education from Columbia University and displays her work throughout New York and New England. Cost: $50 Maximum participants: 10 Reserve your space in this mindful exploration using art.

Comments
“I remember well the transformation which took place in me when first I began to view the world with the eyes of a painter. The most familiar things, objects which I had gazed at all my life, now became an unending source of wonder, and with the wonder, of course, affection.” —Henry Miller (To Paint is to Love Again) Painting gave Henry Miller a creative outlet from his frustrations as a blocked writer. Though Miller never had formal instruction in art beyond a class in high school⎯the teacher found Miller utterly without talent (“I was an aesthetic leper, so to speak,” Miller remarks) ⎯the experience of painting had a tonic effect on him.


This discovery led Miller to formulate the credo by which he approached not only painting but all forms of art: “To paint is to love again.” (https://www.huffingtonpost.com/arthur-hoyle/henry-miller-watercoloris_b_5586080.html)
Happy to say that this workshop is full. If you would like to stay informed of future workshops, please let me know and I can include you in the newsletters that periodically go out to announce upcoming classes.
Please note that there only a few spaces left for this workshop. Please sign up if you are interested or let us know if you have any questions that we can answer to help you make an informed decision.
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