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Natural Awakenings Tucson

Art Has the Power to Free the Creative Spirit

Patricia Orphanidis

Every person is creative in some way, but often learns to inhibit and censor creative ideas as they grow older. A person who may not think they have artistic talent can still gain intense pleasure from painting, drawing, writing or even dancing, because creativity takes many forms. The possibilities are limitless.

Creating Sacred Space is a women’s group aimed at providing the opportunity for participants to use different art media for creative self-expression
and exploration. No previous training in art is necessary, only a willingness to have fun exploring the inner artist.

Creativity encourages confidence as the mind is stretched to its limits. When the imagination is used, a joy for creation is awakened from within.

Painting by Louise Michelle Amin
Painting by Louise Michelle Amin
Participants use their creative spirit to envision and reach goals and bring to fruition dreams that have been imagined.

By opening up to new talents within, participants create an expansion of self as they remember that we are all the artisans of our own lives.

New group begins Feb. 6 and requires preregistration. Location: 3861 N. 1st Ave., Tucson. For more information, call 520- 730-2553 or email Patricia Orphanidis at [email protected]

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