Wednesday, April 28, 2010

watercolors from workshop



Last Sunday at the museum we had our first ever "yoga and painting" workshop. The wonderful yoginni Marnie Bacon led the yoga .She played her harmonium and sang to us in her lovely hypnotic voice for the resting pose, sivasana.

  I led the painting part- it was a wonderfully creative and restful way to spend a morning.
I cut up sticks from trees around the museum and carved them into drawing pens-we used ink with the sticks to draw on rice paper and then painted with liquid watercolors.
We will be doing it again! By the way- if you are not on the Art Complex mailing list reply to this email and I will get you on it!
These are my pieces- it was fun!




4 comments:

Manon Doyle said...

Sounds like such a beautiful day. Your paintings are amazing!!

Boston Baked Beads said...

Beautiful paintings - you never cease to surprise me with all the different techniques you employ!

Kelley Carey MacDonald said...

Sounds wonderful, and so peaceful. Beautiful work, too.

Paintings by Patricia said...

Wonderfully creative, Sally.