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Yoga and Creative Writing

Come and do Yoga with Valerie Pike, 200 hr RYT Yoga Works Instructor and then look at artwork and learn how to write by being inspired by artwork. We will look at different landscapes and use our senses to help us write short stories or poems. We will also discuss collections from the Louvre.

Ekphrastic

Writing inspired by visual art is called ekphrastic, from the Greek work meaning "to speak out" - it's a writing technique that makes (silent) artworks "talk". Creative minds.

Figures are as if they were still alive. Visual art speak to our imaginations through the power of images -- think of words as the writer's paint!

Where: Rancho Camulos Museum and National Historic Landmark 5164 E. Telegraph Rd.
Piru, Ca 93040

When: Starting April 13th Saturdays at 10 a.m.

Ages from 2nd graders to 102 or above!

Cost $15 per person

Ms. Pike's favorite artists include Alexander Hamer [masked]) who is remembered as Southern California's first great painter of the 19th Century, Vincent Van Gogh and Monet. She is currently self-publishing books with Create Space.

Rancho Camulos is a 1,800 acre Spanish-Mexican rancho. It is noted for its literary significance as one of the setting for Helen Hunt Jackson's novel Ramona. Visitors can see the 1853 and 1920 adobes, cocina, winery, chapel, schoolhouse and the beautiful gardens featuring over fifty varieties of roses. As well as, a fish pond built in the 1930s. And a fountain built in 1853. You can check out their website at www.ranchocamulos.org or call for directions[masked]-1501.

Bring a yoga mat, bottled water and comfortable clothes no jeans!

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