|Hosted by:||Crocker Art Museum|
|The event will start on :||Saturday, October 20, 2012 - 10:30 AM|
|And will end on :||Saturday, October 20, 2012 - 3:30 PM|
|Location:||Crocker Art Museum|
|Address:||216 O Street|
Saturday & Sunday, October 20 & 21
10:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Treat yourself to personal time and discover more intuitive ways of making art through stretching your creative and actual muscles. This unique team-taught retreat combines the art of yoga with watercolor painting and perception exercises for a fresh take on the creative process. The yoga practices will be accessible and easily modified for those with limited mobility or who may be new to yoga. At the same time, the creative incorporation of painting allows more seasoned yogis a special opportunity to practice from a new perspective. Experienced painters will find new ways to access their creative energy, while beginners will enjoy an enlightening introduction to watercolor. The unique cross-pollination process will blend words, images, music, painting, and the physicality of yoga as tools to dismantle barriers to creativity, with special emphasis on direct perception, intuition, visualization, and meditative concentration.
Supply Fee: $25 (waived if you bring your own)
Instructors: Kathy Lemke Waste & Madeleine Lohman
To enroll in this class, register now, visit the Museum Admission Desk, or call 916.808.1182. Or download and print the registration form below and mail, fax, or email your completed form to the Museum. Click on the Ways to Register button at left for more information on how to submit your form.
About the Instructors:
Madeline Lohman is a yoga teacher and massage therapist. Her practical, creative, and accessible appraoch to yoga has garnered her an enthusiastic and dedicated following. She is registered nationally with Yoga Alliance and is on the teacher training faculty at It's All Yoga in Sacramento.
Kathy Lemke Waste is known locally as the creator of "One Perfect Thing," a year-long watercolor celebration of local bounty that was featured in the Sacramento Bee. She served as an artist-in-residence at Shriners Hospital for Children, and has taught many workshops throughout the region. She is a Signature Member of American Women Artists, and is represented by galleries in northern California and Scottsdale, Arizona.