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Art Explorers w/ Beth Melton-Seabrook
10am-Noon, 2nd & 4th Monday of each month. *Please Note* Anne Anderson will be Special Guest Facilitator for both Mondays in September and the first meeting in October ( 10/8). Unleash your creative juices and learn about art mediums you didn’t know you didn’t know! In the art explorers class we will be experimenting with a variety of art forms and supplies including (but not limited to) : Collage, mixed media, painted papers, stamping, stencils, stencil making, pattern making, printing on gel plate, journey decks, paper weaving, painted soul stones, collage ornaments, negative painting…… If you have ideas or mediums you’d like to explore, let’s explore them together! Facilitator: Beth Melton-Seabrook was raised in the South Carolina Lowcountry, Beth portrays conventional, local images upon the unconventional surfaces of salvaged and repurposed materials. She thrives on combining the unexpected use of ordinary objects with the natural beauty of local scenery and wildlife. Beth began her formal training in the field of art at the College of Charleston in 1982. She went on to study at Winthrop College with concentrations in painting and pottery. She spent a year on exchange at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, where she experimented in such diverse areas as glass blowing, enameling, gallery installation, and art therapy. She received a BA in Psychology with a minor in Fine Arts. Beth’s love of diverse surfaces has been evident over the years. These unusual “canvases” have included interior and exterior walls, floors, fabric, glass, metal, clay, and furniture. Her creations have received awards such as Best Children’s Room 1996 in the Mount Pleasant Parade of Homes, 2nd Place Best Display 2013 Summerville Flowertown Festival, and the 2014 Mayor Joseph P. Riley Certified Authentic Made in Charleston Award. Beth has also been chosen as an Exhibiting artist in the 2014 Mt Pleasant Office of the Mayor Art Program and as a Participating artist in the West Of ChART Box Project. In addition, she is a member of the Charleston Artist Guild and contributes a portion of the proceeds from her art to Charleston’s YoArt organization. She lives, paints, scavenges for surfaces, and generally enjoys life in a coastal town outside of Charleston, SC with her very helpful Hubby, 4 daughters, 4 felines, and one very energetic pup! She can be contacted via email at [masked] or visit her website at

bliss Spiritual Co-op

1163 Pleasant Oaks Drive · Mount Pleasant, SC

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bliss is a dream incubator for people with talent to share. Our cozy retreat house includes two creative art studios, a full working kitchen, inspirational library, workout studio, meditation room, healing room, three classrooms, labyrinth, performance stage, bee hive and co-op garden. We offer this space free of charge to anyone with a passion to share what they know. Each month, bliss Facilitators offer over 150 FREE classes and guided community outreach opportunities. By their attendance, bliss Participants offer a community of support and encouragement for the Facilitators to express and perfect their unique talents. Class topics have included painting, cooking demonstrations, book clubs, Qi gong, centering prayer, creative writing, guitar/piano/voice lessons, art/craft, dream interpretation and emotional health workshops, self-discovery and empowerment programs, Zumba, Reiki/Healing Touch/Tuning Forks/Reconnective Healing energy clinics, flow/yin/restorative yoga, singing bowls, belly dancing, breathwork, gardening, hula, scripture studies, Gyrokinesis, sewing, meditation, mindful wellness nutrition, detox, weight loss, 12 step, and caregiver support groups, psychic circle, mat Pilates, knitting, continuum, jewelry design, global potlucks and cultural immersion classes. Class offerings expand with each new connection. All are welcome and everyone benefits by this free exchange of sharing. We hope you will join us.

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