With Jas Milam, ATR/BC
I am so excited to offer this series to you. It is a perfect amalgamation of my life passions – art and self-discovery. I have quite a bit of training as an artist and know that learning how to see is just as important as mastering media and technique. In fact many artists will tell you it’s all about the seeing! So art is about what the eyes see. Well this class is what the third eye sees. Places we can journey to internally, treasure maps to a new understanding, blueprints of our cosmic oneness. The maps of the mind, the structure of the unseen and the genius of our fellow mind mappers.
The monthly workshops will be held at Daily Practice, my studio on Dodds Avenue. You may attend one or all but the group size will be limited to 8. The day will include coffee and scones, centering, some didactic teaching about the paradigm of the month followed by an art process/demonstration and plenty of hands on time making art. The art projects are designed with both beginners and non-artists in mind but the more experienced artists will find lots of inspiration and a well-stocked studio. Bring a lunch to eat as you work. Finally, those who wish may share and receive feedback about their art and how it intersects with the concept covered. What can you see with your third eye?
Facilitated by Jas Milam, ATR/BC
SECOND SATURDAY OF THE MONTH at Daily Practice, 1322 Dodds Avenue
10am-2pm (bring a lunch to eat on your own)
COST: $105 includes all materials
TO REGISTER: call (423)322-2514 or email [email protected]
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