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During her Intuitive Painting Workshop, teacher Jane Davies creates an atmosphere where participants can cast aside their inhibitions and release their emotions onto the canvas without fear. Watch participant Ricki Bisson lose herself in the...

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According to artist Tiffani Gyatso, “Thangka is like bread, and free expression is like water. Only bread makes it too dry, and only water does not feed you—I need both, discipline and freedom.”

In this 5-day workshop Gyatso introduces...

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Become inspired and reflective at the same time. Watch Lian Zhen use his incredible watercolor technique to paint Omega's forest.

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Ignite your creative spark and deepen your relationship to your authentic self with artists Mati Rose McDonough and Faith Evans-Sills.

As with any practice, making art requires you to make space in your life to nurture its growth. During...

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Join master calligrapher Alok Hsu Kwang-han to cocreate an energy field that awakens and supports you to be authentic and creative. With simple qigong and meditation exercises, wisdom sayings, heartful jokes, and silly songs, Alok supports you...

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Roll up your sleeves and get ready to get your hands dirty in this 5-day painting workshop with artist Lisa Sanditz, a 2008 Guggenheim recipient and faculty member at Bard College.

Immerse yourself in a sensory experience that begins in...

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Learn the calming practice of mindful breath awareness while expressing your creativity and love of nature through the gentle tip of a paintbrush. Join artist Jacalyn Bennett and yoga trainer Sarah Oleson in this introductory painting workshop...

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Making art is a journey with very few hand-holds and only a general road map. Every artist has to find their own way, while at the same time remain open to learning from others. Discover how to forge your own personal path, with guidance, to...

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Experimentation is perhaps the most crucial part of the painting process. While it’s helpful to begin with a photographic source, a painter must transcend this reference to capture the essence of the subject—and the painter’s connection with...