Slow Drawing Pattern: Marine

Wednesday, June 12, 2024
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It feels good to have others validate our need to be creative. Not everyone feels a need to make something with their hands or their imagination every day, but we do!

This is a group of people who get why you love that deep turquoise watercolor paint and why you stop to take a photo of the water droplet on a lily. These are your people. We are here to support you and your art practice.


Live Zoom Workshops in The Gathering:

Slow Drawing After Party and Coaching: We gather live on the last Wednesday of every month to review the slow drawing pattern, and share our work live. Seeing everyone’s variations on my pattern is so fun and inspires everyone to take the slow drawing in new directions. For those who want, you can ask for help with nagging creative roadblocks, and we will help you dig deeper into your art practice.

Most importantly, we connect and share a lot of laughs and heartfelt moments along the way. If you can’t make it to the live, you’ve got ongoing access to the recorded session.

Art + Creativity Workshops: Our second (and sometimes 3rd) live Zoom each month focuses on helping you identify and flesh out creative goals, develop specific art techniques in drawing and watercolor, or quiet co-creating times with reflection and sharing. And these of course are recorded too.

You don’t need any previous art experience to join, and we would love to have you.

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A lot of things in life are hard right now. Finding the time, motiviation, and inspiration to create art and find joy in it shouldn’t be.