Art Classes and Tin Box (Nichos)Workshops in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, for adults, teenagers and children; spiritual and transformational work with art therapy, sandtray, and psychotherapy.
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
New series of nichos inspired by an ocean visit last year...the process of collecting, assembling, shells and sand, a bit of white coral...Inspiration is all around in nature, in travels or in the daily walk of life...nicho in this photo titled "Blue Pearl", meditation link to follow...
Windows to the Soul: Creative Fun Art Classes & Discovering the Joy of Life
Fun is a keyword here! Make art with family and friends... in this class you will create original assemblages using the traditional Mexican tin nicho (box with a glass door). Choose from an interesting array of :
found objects, miniatures, milagros (pewter icons), beads and glitter, shells and buttons, collage images, bottle caps, sticks and stones, paint and fabric...
to invent a personal diorama that reflects your soul's images. Great for teenagers and groups. Enjoy a delicious lunch and at the end of this one-day workshop you will be nourished in heart and leave with an original piece of art of your own creation.
contact email@example.com Vonage phone 505-205-1316, or home phone in Mexico (52) 415-154-7010.
Art classes for children, too! Ages 4-12 welcome to create "secret boxes" using the same fun materials, or to experiment with paint and drawing materials. Open-studio approach nurtures young artists in freedom of expression.
San Miguel de Allende, a beautiful colonial city set in the Central Highlands of Mexico, is the ideal setting for nurturing your creative spirit as the bright colors and warm climate provide a visual feast for your soul.
A joyful life! Living in Mexico has been an adventure of soul, with its vibrant life and culture, and has provided a heart-filled base for me to create a business centered in art: art classes, art gallery, and art therapy. Here, the professions of Artist and Teacher are spoken of in capital letters...a culture which values the work the hands do.
Becoming bilingual is a gift that has opened a new way of perceiving the world. It is a welcoming atmosphere.
My life feels integrated here; allowing me to combine the intellectual pursuits that I fulfilled working on a Master's Degree, with the heart-filled work of being in the world and in community. Parts are getting connected!