August 21 – 27
Every one of us has been touched or deeply impacted by tragedy. Perhaps the appropriate response to those traumatic experiences is not focusing on the why or what behind the trauma, but the how. How do we transcend our adversity, tragedy and trauma? How do we push forward with our lives after a life-altering trauma? I believe art is a beautiful vehicle that allows healing and transformation to take place. This class will open a space for one to keep in touch deeply with oneself and find meaning through painting.
What will class time be like?
Lecture, in-class exercise, and homework.
Will I need to work outside of class?
No; however if you choose to work on more or more complex work, you are welcome to.
What can I expect to create?
Participants can expect to create three acrylic paintings over the course of the week.
Do I need experience to take this class?
All experience levels welcome, including beginners.
What do I need to bring to class?
Please bring working clothes for studio work. All necessary tools and materials will be provided, although experienced painters are welcome to bring their own paints or brushes.
This class is a part of the Guild’s Summer 2022 Program.
Register here for this class:
Date(s) - Aug 21, 2022 until Aug 27 2022