15 May “Crossing Paths”
My painting by this name is about the many different directions, twists and turns that our lives take including our “Crossing Paths” with people. Relationships are formed sometimes long term sometimes not. Sometimes we go separate ways but through our lives twists and turns we cross again with people from the past. Two recent workshops have given me this wonderful opportunity with art-friends.
The Gibson County Visual Arts Association (GCVAA) in Tennessee asked me to join them again for another workshop where I crossed paths with several artist-friends from five years ago. It was a week filled with excellent art making, southern hospitality and blooming spring flowers. Many thanks to ever-faithful volunteers, Tuva Stevens and Royce Harris, who were still at the helm and made it all happen!! Here’s our class picture taken in front of the log cabin at the Tennessee Heritage Museum.
More art-paths crossed just days ago when teaching at the Franciscan Life Process Center (a beautiful retreat center) in Lowell, Michigan. What a great, fun class! I was fortunate to have repeat students and to have been invited to this 5-star workshop venue several times. I am on the calendar again for May, 2024! Join me for this “Color, Composition and Collage Workshop” and let our Art-paths cross soon! Kathleen
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