53 Mill Street, Westfield, MA 01085 • 413.562.3627
Event:**CANCELED** DESIGNING YOUR OWN CELTIC CROSS & MANDALA
Date:February 18th-20th, 2022.

 

This retreat has been canceled.  We hope to reschedule later this year. 

 

DESIGNING YOUR OWN CELTIC CROSS & MANDALA

The meditative qualities of drawing and making mandalas has long been known, as well as more recently, the peace that coloring a beautiful design can bring.   Come join us and learn to design your own mandala - with a Celtic twist.  If you have no experience whatsoever I'll show you a simple Celtic knot you can use, and then show you all the tips and tricks I have to streamline the process.   
In this day-long workshop you'll learn:

  • How to draw a Celtic inspired Mandala
  • Working with templates or your own layout
  • A few accessory patterns to add
  • How to streamline the process
  • How to draw a steadier line
  • A few tips on staying comfortable when doing detailed work.

Turn your work into your very own mandala coloring page, with tips on scanning for print. You are welcome to bring your own color media for coloring, if you finish early. 

 

 

Facilitated by Sadelle Wiltshire

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Sadelle Wiltshire is committed to creating and teaching art as a spiritual practice, and loves playing with the intersections of marks, lines, ink, paint and color.  She believes that everyone has a creative gift to share and loves helping people find their unique gifts.   Sadelle is a Multi-Media Artist, known for her Celtic, Abstract and Labyrinth influenced art, as well as her miniature tapestry work.  She is a Veriditas Certified Labyrinth Facilitator, a Certified Zentangle® Teacher, and has taught in Quaker, Episcopal and Catholic settings as well as secular venues in the US and abroad.

 


It is the duty of every cultured man or woman to read sympathetically the scriptures of the world. If we are to respect others' religions as we would have them respect our own, a friendly study of the world's religions is a sacred duty.
- Mahatma Gandhi