You may prefer to be wild and free, where you paint an intuitive piece with colours that delight you and create an end result that surprises you.
Live demonstration of the painting process with guided tuition and assistance as desired.
I invite you into an environment of nurturance and self compassion.
I love to work with you to awaken your inner wise woman.
The invitation is to let yourself play,
and be open to what wants to happen.
Bring your curious self, and wear comfy clothes...
10am to 4.30pm
one on one private day in the studio
$380 all materials supplied
petite private class for 2-3
$300 each all materials supplied
tea & gluten free treats provided
due to myriad dietary delicateness
please byo lunch
I find painting is an all encompassing,
Bring into being, a divinely feminine presence
through your heart & hands.
my thoughts on painting Mary…
Whether it is Mother Mary, or Mary Magdalene, these women hold so many rich stories and wisdom for many of us. In my early years I recall seeing Her statue in church and feeling very drawn to this divine feminine presence. I no longer belong to any particular religion, but the essence of her compassionate energy remains strong with me.
I recall hearing author Dr Clarissa Pinkola Estes (Women Who Run With The Wolves) say the words “You know, Mary wasn’t a Catholic” ... she doesn’t exclusively belong to those of the Catholic faith.. and this small statement opened up a window for me and my soul to fly out from. What I love about her and the images of her I have grown up seeing all of my life has now come to remind me instantly of my Mother.
Early in 2016 I had the honour of being with my Mother for her last days on earth and seeing the grace and peace that held her and being immersed in the incredible energy of that time with her was a life changing experience..
So much love and respect to the Mothers of us all. I know she is in a spirit place now and continues to be a beautiful support and encourager of this creative life.
"Creativitea Time" was born of my love of tea... given to me by my Mother... she loved tea so much - it was her daily celebration.