In the Wild Places is more than a workshop or online learning experience. What I’m offering is an immersive experience in community with other artists. It’s not a peek in while you make dinner kind of class. I’m looking for folks who want to experience the embrace of an artist’s community – one that is built on trust, love of nature, artistic vulnerability, and a desire to build each other up.
In the Wild Places is an exploration of the Wild Places in your environment, and the wild places inside of you, revealed through your art. You’ll wander in nature, collect your own mark making tools, and create a large volume of marks, pushing the boundaries more than you have before. From there, I’ll show you how to cultivate your favorite marks into layered art works with depth and meaning. We will co-create with nature and with each other. Come ready for a slow, beautiful, deep dive into the Wild Places within.
What has most helped me through this dark time is nature. I want to share that with you.
Let your feet walk on sacred ground,
Bathe in nature’s healing, then create from it.
Let’s create with our hands and collaborate with the earth.
Join us Thursday, October 26th and Friday October 27th from 5:15 – 8 pm EST
– it’s LIVE + recorded! Find your local time here
In the Wild Places is more than a workshop or online learning experience. What I’m offering is an immersive experience in community with other artists. It’s not a pop in when you can kind of class. I’m looking for folks who want to experience the loving embrace of an artist’s community. One that is built on mutual trust, connection, love of nature, and a desire to build each other’s ability to be vulnerable in your art.
The In the Wild Places is a beautiful opportunity for you to connect your love of nature and art. You’ll get the class PDF with full instructions on all the techniques we learn, plus join the live gathering to create together. You’ll enjoy the accountability and camraderie on a welcoming group of artists, and an ongoing practice of harvesting inspiration and translating it into your art. Best of all, you’ll have a concrete skill for making your own journals, exactly as you want them, for years to come, and you’ll have 1 year access to class recordings and ongoing access to a downloadable PDF.
I’m Amy Maricle, an art therapist turned art facilitator who adores helping artists make more meaningful, joy-filled art. We are going to explore, experiment, and play with tuning deeply into nature, mark making, and creating your unique art with nature.
Thursday, October 26th, 5:15 – 8 PM EST
Friday October 27th, 5:15 – 8 PM EST on ZOOM!
Find your local time here
No, whether you’ve never painted before, or you are an experienced artist, this two part, two evening retreat is structured to provide you the space to learn to see in new ways, and opportunities to translate those new visions onto your paintings and creations.
You will provide your own materials. As usual, I aim to keep the supply list simple to help you focus on your maximum creative output by limiting the supply choices. A full supply list is included with the class, but here’s the bulk of what you’ll need:
India ink or one or more high flow acrylic paint colors
Natural materials you gather
White gel pen
Micron drawing pen or fountain pen with waterproof ink
Needle and thread or sewing machine (optional)
You will have 1 year to access the video recording of the retreat. Your PDF is downloadable.
No refunds will be granted, regardless of reason. If I have to cancel for any reason, your money will be refunded. The retreat is recorded, so you will have lifetime access to that should a scheduling conflict arise.
You’ll need a strong internet connection and the camera and microphone that are built into your device to participate live on Zoom. You may also want headphones to help reduce noise.
The retreat is two evenings, October 26 and 27 5:15 pm – 8pm EST (Boston.) Find your local time here