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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Art Retreat with Jennifer Thomson and Philip Incao


2013 August 9 thru 13 Art Retreat




Transforming Living Creative forces into Color & Form

Blooming, blossoming, growing, flourishing, wilting..decaying… Point, periphery …creativity and imagination through the art of painting
Our focus will be to develop form and motif ‘out of the color’, an approach inspired by Goethe and Steiner that perceives colors as the visible outer garments of invisible forces and beings.

Mornings, 9am, we begin our color work, practicing the veil technique with watercolor and a given color study that will develop into a painting.  Practice motif with various artistic techniques.

Afternoons till 4:30, One afternoon sketching in Colorado’s magnificent nature.  On the other days taking inspiration from flowers, we’ll explore Cy Twombly’s plant techniques, develop outdoor sketches and practice various color combinations.  Material used in the workshop:  watercolor, gouache, ink, colored pencils and charcoal.

Evening Presentations:
Jennifer Thomson:  Cy Twombly & Abstract Expressionism
Philip Incao:  ‘Our Health’ conversation

Tuition:  $335 includes supplies, 5 dynamic organic veggie lunches & snacks
Deposit:  $75, nonrefundable
Accommodations:  B&B, Hotel, camping yurts(see on back)
Meals:  nearby cafes, organic food stores
Location:  Sun Studio in Crestone, Colorado

Sign up & info:  Jennifer Thomson, POBox 894, Crestone, Colorado 81131
719-937-7694…sunstudio.thomson1@gmail.com….www.jenniferthomson.net
Space limited….adult beginners & advanced

Join us in Crestone, Colorado, August 9 thru 13
Spend 5 rejuvenation days with color and painting.  There will be opportunities for soaks or swims in nearby hot springs or hikes in National Forest or the Sand Dunes National Park, or visit Crestone’s spiritual centers.  See wildlife. Renew yourself and your life’s path in contemplation and color in the beauty of Crestone’s 8000 foot Alpine Valley



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