I've decided to teach a class closer to home in Wilton, CT. Years ago I got stuck creatively and have used a collage technique that helps me shape a creative direction. Based loosely on the Artists Way by Julia Cameron it has helped me get out of my own way and to be focused in a world of distraction. Begun over 15 years ago this process of collaging has been a compass of sorts in helping navigate the path I am walking. By supporting myself in a parachute of spirituality I have learned to trust in my innate abilities and be comfortable in my skin. It has taken years but I have been fortunate to allow this wisdom of the ages to infiltrate my life and keep me grounded when the force of camparing myself to others can become so unbearable and I end up feeling less than. Please join me as I take you on a journey that will help you find that next right thing. That thing for you . That thing that will give you bliss. If you are interested in taking the class you can sign up here. Oh and I will demonstrate a simple craft for those of you who can't get enough…Tissue Flowers made from Vintage Dress Patterns. Oh and don't be late for class!
but, but, but….I want to come! 🙁
This is going to be a wonderful class. I wish I could be there. Your encouragement has always meant so much to me and your generosity of spirit has lifted me up more than you could imagine. This class sounds perfect and it seems very natural for you to share your wisdom in this way.
Oh! I so wish I could be there. How fun!
Oh, how I would love to take this class — please come to my neck of the woods and teach! 🙂
Reading your blog is such a pleasure, I have no doubt that those who are fortunate enough to attend will find it an edifying experience.
Darn, I wish I lived closer. I’ve been working on collaging on to my dress form and I’ve been a little stuck. Have a great time! I’m sure it will be a huge success.
Oh how I wish I could take this class cuz I really need it right now! It sounds like a great way to move forward with something rather than standing still and not knowing which way to go. I could also use that boost of confidence! Congratulations on setting up the class and have a wonderful day!
sounds like fun Jennifer.. I spread the word to someone I know who lives in your town! Hopefully you will get filled up!
I am planning on coming! My husband is treating me to a trip to NYC (and this completely wonderful class) for my 40th. I am really relishing the idea of some creative time. With my large family, it’s hard to get that. I am pumped and ready to open my mind to new ideas!
Oh it sounds like a great class…I’m just a little too far away though 🙂
I would so be there but I think little bambina will have just arrived!
Sounds really interesting too but I live too far. : (
I am, officially, really jealous of Mickey!
I just found your blog..and I lOVE it!
Jennifer… I wish I lived just a wee bit closer to you… I hope you will consider coming out to Sisters, Oregon some day to teach your class (the Stichin’ Post & home of Valorie Wells) where I just know your class would be packed -or anywhere on the west coast for that matter. I love your comments about comparing yourself to others… it is such useless energy really, but so frustratingly human. The best part about the most artistic people I’ve met is that overall they have been so encouraging. I can’t wait to meet you in person one day!
I wish I could be there for this.. WOW it sounds great.. ever considered online classes? 🙂 Thank for your blog, it is wonderful to read.
It sounds like a great class. Wish so much I could come. Have you ever thought of coming out to the South West for a class? I know a perfect place you could teach a class and promote your fabrics!
you rock girl, I definitely learn a spiritual lesson and something about my path every time we talk, thanks so much for sharing your wisdom and for helping me to want to be a better person.
THis class sounds awesome! Why don’t I live near any of these fabulous classes/workshops?? We need something here in the Chicago Area! Have fun!