Friday, May 12, 2017

Love's Call

Three years ago, when I was just beginning my journey with Intentional Creativity, Shiloh offered her beautiful painting series "Love Called My Name" at Easter - free for forty days! I jumped on board! The Apostolorum Apostola, Mary was a beloved disciple and one who continued to share a message of love and wisdom over the next thirty years.

I so appreciate Shiloh's generosity, and her sharing of Mary's Message. This year we are offered a more recent set, Voyage of the Magdalene, with Magdalene scholar Kayleen Asbo. This offering is rich with photos from Kayleen studies, and story. 

Yesterday my younger grandkids helped me with the background. Keira used my large sash brush with aplomb, to paint Mary's cave in Southern France, and Z-man sprayed!

I intend to download the videos today, as the free access is nearly over (did I mention how I appreciate Shiloh's generosity?!)
Spray bottle! 

Last weekend, Sepha and I had a booth at the Mystical Magical May Faire in nearby Corvallis. It was fun to connect with other benders and new beloveds. I brought several ladies, plus flower essences and tuning forks. 
Mary, the Migdala

Today I'm finishing the pdf for my project that's one of the "bonus" offerings in my friend Heidi's year long art journaling class, Come to The Fire! I'll share some pics here after its released.

Happy Paint Party Friday!
Magical May Faire


gillena cox said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog today.
Happy PPF

I have a four year old grand daughter who luvvvvvvs redrawn and paint

Much love...

Linda Kunsman said...

how wonderful to have the young ones involved in the arts. Happy PPF!

Faye said...

Thanks for posting your comment on my blog, Nadya. I appreciate your taking the time to offer your wisdom. I love the way you are encouraging the little ones to do art with abandonment.

Giggles said...

Wonderful when kids are involved!! So important to find that creative side of yourself and hone those skills early!

Hugs Giggles

sirkkis said...

Thank you for your visit on my site, and for this inspiring post. These children are blessed to have possibility to practise art.
Have a happy weekend ❣

Nadya said...

Thank you for visiting!
They are doubly blessed, they attend a Playschool three mornings a week, with an artist Teacher, and lots of free form art activities! The name "creation station" comes from this philosophy of children learning best when their art is respected ("ask, don't tell them, about their art!") And they can choose what activities to engage in (blocks, puzzles, dress up, paint, crafts, ....)

NatureFootstep said...

how wonderful to include your grandchildren. From what I see they did good :)

Nicole Beadwright Campanella said...

Ohhh this is a great post. Seeing the grandkids painting with you. Just wonderful.