We will dig deep into our soul, into the creative space that lives in us all. We will explore the sacred art of Native Americans, early Greeks, and the tribes of Mexico. We will create ofrendas, mandalas, icons and more. We will add them to a sacred space that we will design. We will work across all media from painting to collage to assemblage. No art experience is necessary. A heart open to the sacred is crucial. An openness to the sacred art of all religions is expected. Our goal is spiritual transformation. Our end result is a sacred art lifestyle. We will combine our many gifts and talents and be a blessing to our community.
|Publisher:||Lynn K Kilbride|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.36(d)|
About the Author
Her early years were spent traveling the upper Midwest, hosting intimate church gatherings with her unique combination of teaching, preaching, and original art. Audiences left inspired, moved and with a new definition of what sacred art looks like in the twenty-first century. Because of her unique approach to ministry, within six years she found herself hosting tens of thousands of people in national conferences across the country.
At her local fine art center, she translated her process into a unique sacred art curriculum where she took people from art hobbyists to sacred artists within a six-week period. Her sacred art groups garnered media attention at events called "GraceMobs", where they would take over public places and invite local people to participate in spontaneous art-making.
Her abundant creativity, caring heart and ability to inspire anyone to become a sacred artist led her to encapsulate her experience into the book "Creating Sacred Art". In it, she offers easy to follow projects, punctuated with deeply reflective mini-retreats, and the invitation to plug in to a larger sacred art community.
Her goal is to train sacred artists around the world to form global communities in which they share, inspire and effect positive culture-change.