I have been a little quiet as I am in the process of promoting and getting ready for my next workshop. I appreciate all of Colleen's support with this. (This post is a bit long-winded but I thought I would post my experience here, as it might be useful for others.)
This workshop is being promoted as art therapy in the form of a Mosaic Mandala Workshop. Attendees will design, make and grout their own mandala using stone, glass, smalti, tiles, crystals, crockery etc.. I am drawing on mandalas for their beauty as well as their use for insight, healing and meditation.
I am at the point where I begin to get nervous. I am about 6 weeks out. The initial response has been fantastic but I now need to reach more people to fill the workshop. There has been a lot of visualisation going on.
So what have I done so far?
What remains to be done?
Apart from the marketing and promotion, I have to source and purchase all materials and cut,seal boards and apply fixings for use in workshop.
Pictured below are the mini-mosaic mandalas created by visitors to the market workshop ready to be grouted and to form the larger project.
Contact Clare Lavender
In Clare's words:
"Along with my Life Coaching practice, I continue to create the occasional mosaic piece as commissions and facilitate workshops primarily for women and children, wanting to have fun and get creative. No artistic skills are required, just a willingness to let things flow. I love running these workshops which are rewarding and exhausting. I enjoy the opportunity to be able to teach and support others in this way. You can see more, if you are interested, at my website at Mosaicworks."
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