Learning to see like an artist can enhance creative solutions to the problems of everyday life, especially during loss or conflict. Looking at examples from art history can sharpen the inherent ability to "see" as humans while unlocking our potential for change.
For 8 weeks, you'll develop skills for noticing elements in art that engages the senses surrounding loss. I will share rich examples from the art world, simple drawing exercises, creative writing and artistic prompts to allow participants to "see" and explore grief differently. Through looking at these images you will find examples of comfort, pain, and inspiration. We will discuss these elements to develop your visual language, perception, and knowledge of art history. Then each week you will have the opportunity to create and share your own reflection while taking away possible inspiration for your own artwork or artist practice.
Sign up for a free 30 min Initial Consultation for grief coaching.
In this call, we will be talking specifically about what you have been through, how it is impacting you, and whether we are a good fit for the Grief Recovery Method program and/or any of my art & grief workshops.
OR send a note to Beth with your questions or requests and I'll get you signed up.
I'll be here went you are ready.
Transforming conflict and loss through creativity & collaboration
Please indicate which option you would like to sign up for:
1. 8 week E-course on your own:
At this time, I feel it is important that people have these TOOLS! Pay what you can afford! Seriously, take me up on this... there are great tools, wonderful artwork and history to be discovered. I often charge around $145.00 for this e-course.
2. 8 week Zoom course with me:
8 weekly one-on-one meetings for about an hour. This is $655.00. l provide content, conversation and coaching. You provide your own snacks, open-mind and heart. Also, during COVID, let me know if you want to add one thoughtful and really supportive friend and I will reduce the price to $500.00 each. I believe grievers need community.