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Dates: Mondays, February 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th and March 5th
Time: 6:30 to 9:15 pm
Ages: Adults or teens 16+
Instructor: Constance Pierce
Price: $175 for members and $190 for non-members
Perfect Holiday Gift Idea!
~ Imagine a hand-crafted book reflecting your life's journey.
~ Express your spirituality or soul path in an image-rich way.
~ Explore watercolor, collage, monoprint and expressive text.
~ No experience needed. Special attention for the Art Novice!
Try something new for 2018!
Re-ignite a creative spark and unleash new avenues of self expression. Your Image Journal can assist you in navigating a life transition, visualizing memoir and family history, or honoring the gift of self-care after loss.
The healing qualities of both journal writing and image-making are joined together in potent combination in the creation of an "Image Journal." Part soul work, part personal narrative, the intimacy of the process prompts archetypal imagery to surface from memory and imagination. Your Journal may reveal to you your interior mythology and its deep connection to the sacred whole.
This class has proved especially meaningful for educators, writers, counselors and those in the ministering and healing professions.
Supply package: An Image Journal album, acrylic paints, array of archival color-papers and other special supplies are available from the instructor. Common items are available locally. Info upon registration.
Cancellation Policy: Refund if student cancels one week prior to class start. No other refunds offered.
Instructor: Constance Pierce has exhibited her sketchbooks at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (DC ) and taught with the Smithsonian Art Studio (DC), Cleveland Art Institute (OH), Penland School (NC) and served as tenured professor of drawing and painting in New York state. She was also a visiting artist at Millsaps College and research fellow at Yale University Divinity School (CT). She has exhibited in NY, DC, CT, OH, PA, MD, MI, AL, MS and most recently in Japan. Her work can be seen locally at Oxford Treehouse Gallery.