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Expressive Art Journaling – Archetypes
September 9, 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Come explore visual art journaling and explore who we are in relation to archetypes.If you enjoy storytelling, myth, and art, you will enjoy creating an archetypal art journal spread! Have you been feeling like an angel, queen, a fool, the giving mother, the martyr, the survivor, the warrior, the traveler, or the gypsy? What about a wizard or goddess archetype? Characters from fairy tales, history, literature? The list goes on and on.
September 9, 2023
Live Oak Cultural Center, 1050 Live Oak St, New Smyrna Beach, FL
Limited to 12 participants
FREE with RSVP > Click HERE
The above is an image that I found of Queen Artemesia who was a warrior for the Persian people.I can change her into a warrior for peace, environment or however I wish.
Have fun exploring those themes by simply printing an image of an archetype to bring, or print an image of yourself to transform into an archetype on a journal page. Personal archetypes are the ones you create. Make one up! Or, no clue? Just come anyway and play and explore. You can find the most amazing vintage images online and just print a couple options for class. Whether you are relating to a queen or a fool, you can learn from your archetype.
No experience necessary. All supplies provided.
Laura K. Bohn is a professional artist, art educator and ATR registered art therapist. She recently completed her Master’s degree in Art Therapy in December 2014. She has been an art educator for many years and is now an art therapist available for facilitating art and wellness workshops. She has exhibited at the Florida Museum for Women Artists, De Land Museum of Art, IGM gallery in Los Angeles and Wolfe Gallery in De Land, Florida. Some of the art festivals she has exhibited at includes IMAGES, Mount Dora, Gaspiralla, De Land, and Maitland. Laura has taught classes and workshops at De Land Museum of Art, Ormond Memorial Museum of Art, The Hub, Casa Montessori School and Children’s House Montessori School, and now shares her talent at Atlantic Center for the Arts leading workshops in expressive arts.