MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing Exhibition invites you to a sacred expressive arts experience with Deborah Koff-Chapin
Sunday, September 21st, 2014
Daylong experiential workshop at Commonweal at 451 Mesa Rd, Bolinas, CA 94924,
Touch Drawing is a simple but profound creative process. All you do is move your hands on paper that has been placed over a surface of paint. The resulting impressions are seen upon lifting the page. With lines coming directly from your fingertips, you create many drawings in a single session. As you are present to the sensations of the moment, each is an imprint of your body and psyche on the page. This freedom of expression allows for a powerful transformational process to occur. When you are complete with your series of drawings, you can reflect upon them, witnessing a visual record of your inner process.
Deborah creates an atmosphere that is conducive to deep and authentic expression. She gently guides the sessions with non-intrusive suggestions and evocative live music (heartbeat drum, voice, crystal bowls). Movement, vocalizing, writing and SoulCards are woven into the day. Touch Drawing opens a portal to your core creative energy, offering a deep sense of connection and renewal.
If you are a therapist, social worker, health practitioner, artist, intuitive, educator, counselor, chaplain or someone who wants to bring more creativity into your life, you are encouraged to integrate Touch Drawing in your own unique way. No artistic confidence is necessary! Find out more about Touch Drawing at www.touchdrawing.com.
Workshop Fee $150 Art Supply Fee $35
Starter Touch Drawing Materials Kit includes:
- 1 Drawing board
- 1 Speedball printmaking roller
- 120 sheets acid free tissue paper
- 3 tubes of 37 ml Winsor Newton Artisan Water Mixable oil paint
- Carrying case for paints and roller
- This kit is yours to keep so you can continue your practice of Touch Drawing.
Please send your Pay Pal confirmation code & complete your registration at firstname.lastname@example.org
*On September 21, bring a bag lunch to enjoy the amazing southern end of the Point Reyes National Seashore.