The people I’ve talked with and stories I’m reading on social media are encouraging and empowering. There are also the opposite harsh messages. In art terms, they provide contrast, but also brings sadness. I’m not denying or minimizing the difficulties we are facing in the world, but I believe we have power and what we say actually can create good or ill in the spirit realm. Making Art with meaning is important to me, and art reflects life. Make an acrostic poem with meaning.
The story of St. Patrick, Celtic Christianity and the hymn ‘Be Thou my Vision’ have captivated me and sparked my imagination to create this online course showing easy ways to draw Celtic knots and illumination while going on a spiritual journey through the hymn ‘Be Thou my Vision.” Celebrate with an online retreat ‘Keys to Drawing Celtic Knots & illumination.’ Early bird special price through St. Patrick’s Day (March 17, 2020) Also link to Free Book of Kells course.
Obviously I planned the Keys to drawing Celtic Knots & Illumination course to be offered as we Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. What I didn’t expect is for it to coincide with the pandemic of the corona virus, limiting our in-person interactions and activities. An online course makes sense and can give some personal interaction around some common ground. If you’re like me, it helps the stress level to do something creative and rhythmic with my hands, and the spiritual encouragement helps keep my thinking positive and fosters emotional well-being.
Nurture your creative Spirit with me this June in my studio. We will venture into creative play to explore, expand and express our creative selves, making unique and beautiful art journals in an inspiring retreat-like setting.