Re: Creative Art Journaling

From: Jill
Sent on: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 11:32 AM
Pease send with this link to the registration! 

On Feb 26, 2014, at 11:08 AM, Jill Whitelaw <[address removed]> wrote:

Please send out this wonderful and healing art therapy workshop:  Thank you!
 
ART JOURNALING & MIXED MEDIA

WORKSHOP

with ROSINA SANTILLANA

mixed media artist & art therapist

MARCH SATURDAY 8 (1pm-4pm)

@ Artist Residence – Studio

3215 Grant st. Vancouver

{Cost $ 80} PLEASE REGISTER EARLY

Some supplies will be provided, please also bring: a journal or an old book, gel medium or mod

podge, scissors, black permanent marker, white gesso, paintbrushes, pastels or oil pastels, color

pencils, ephemera, paper cuts, old magazines, photos, pictures, tape, stamps, stencils, watercolors and every thing that will make a cool collage and an awesome art journaling experience....!

to click on the link for the artist website, right click or control click and go to link.... thx

--
Jill Whitelaw, PDC

Permaculture Vancouver
Cascadia North
Planet Earth MiniMag

"Yet soil is miraculous. It is where the dead are brought back to life. Here, in the thin earthy boundary between inanimate rock and the planet’s green carpet, lifeless minerals are weathered from stones or decomposed from organic debris. Plants and microscopic animals eat these dead particles and recast them as living matter. In the soil, matter recrosses the boundary between living and dead; and, as we have seen, boundaries-edges-are where the most interesting and important events occur."
-Toby Hemenway, Gaia’s Garden: A Guide to Home-Scale Permaculture

The Earth Family has been not just all humans of diverse societies, but all beings. The mountains and rivers are beings too. In Hindi, the words Vasudhaiva Kutumbam mean "Earth Family" the democracy of all life, all little beings and the big ones with no hierarchy because you have no idea ecologically how things fit in the web of life.
Vandana Shiva
 from Sacred Balance by David Suzuki

Cultivate:  to prepare and work in order to raise crops; to grow or tend; to produce by culture; to form or develop by education or training; to train; to refine; to promote the growth or development of (an art, science, etc.); To nurture, foster; to devote oneself to; to seek the acquaintance or friendship of (a person).
<artjournalling2.pdf>

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