9:30am - 4 pm
Creative Life Center
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the cost is $229 for
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There is a special discounted fee for signing up for all three workshops
for new students (includes drawing board, box of
24 oil pastels, drawing paper & handouts.)
for returning students for paper & handouts.
Your Creative Lineage - Historical Feminine Art
A Contemplative Art Workshop
This experiential art workshop will give you the opportunity to take a vacation from the rest of your life and time to look at the emerging awareness of how women created art throughout history and how each of us can contribute to the feminine expression.
At the beginning of each session, Suzanne will give a brief overview of women’s participation in art history, followed by time for you to create a drawing using oil pastels to express your personal view of what it is like to be a creative woman.
As you begin to draw with the oil pastels, you will quickly discover you can trust your inner intuitive process to create a drawing you had no idea you could complete when you began. There is a great deal of freedom and joy in creating a non-verbal expression.
For participants with no art-making experience, you will have the opportunity to discover your creativity in a safe, supportive environment. For experienced artists, you will find the workshop helpful to expand your creative experience to include a meditative approach to your personal expression.
No art experience is necessary to enjoy this workshop.
This contemplative art workshop is part of a three part series focusing on women’s express in art history and the world today. The second workshop in the series, scheduled for Saturday, April 9, will center around Judy Chicago’s Installation: “The Dinner Party”, where we will look at women collaborating to express the history of women’s participation in the arts throughout the ages. The third contemplative art workshop, scheduled for Saturday, July 23, will look at the paintings of Georgia O’Keeffe and the emergence of her expression as a women artist in the 20th century.
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Directions to Creative Life Center at
St. Ambrose Episcopal Church
7520 South Boulder Road, Boulder, CO 80303