Re-Centering Mandala Workshop
Tuesday, January 25
6 – 7:30 PM
Life gets busy and we can start to lose our sense of what is important in our lives. This workshop holds space to explore what is most important in the present moment through the creation of beautiful nature mandalas.
Join and find support with a group of curious, like-minded people as we explore boundaries and intentions while acknowledging and celebrating the present moment. Allow nature and art to help reset in a creative, intuitive way.
The workshop includes introspective writing, discussion, and the creation of individual nature mandalas using natural objects supplied by the facilitator.
PLEASE NOTE that mandalas are ephemeral and will not be taken home. Photographs of completed work are encouraged.
Until further notice, all in-person attendees, including children, must present either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test (PCR test results from the past 72 hours or antigen test within 6 hours). All attendees must also wear a mask at all times, unless actively eating or drinking. Learn more HERE.
$35 Members | $40 Non-Members
Additionally, high-resolution, 8 x 10 inch, edited photographs may be ordered at an additional cost of $40.
About Beth: Beth Adoette grew up in the Appalachian Mountains with beech trees, hemlock, mountain streams, and chickadees in her hand. Once an editorial illustrator, she now concentrates on writing, illustrating, and photographing what she calls the “Contemplative Sacred Circles” she co-creates with nature. She also designs and facilitates a variety of Eco-Art Wellness Workshops.
Beth holds a BFA in Fine Arts and has received certification in Eco-Art Therapy through Portland State University and Project Nature Connect.