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6 - 100 Guest(s)
Are you ready to reclaim an essential part of your self?
It's not too late ... she may be lost but she can be found. We will be exploring many faces of what is wild. Take a deep dive into your own creative reservoirs to (re)discover your inner wild through art, meditation and playful exploration.
This will be one Friday evening and a full Saturday of immersion in meditation, lots of colors and PLAY! This is perfect for working artists who want to break through blocks or limitations or for total beginners who want to crack open their creativity. This will be a unique opportunity to join us for this new collaboration between creative catalyst Kate Randall (redredthread.com) and self-transformation harbinger Jennifer Pennell (shinelevity.com)
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Kate Randall is an artist who works in sculpture, installation and works on paper. She has been teaching art in the Bay Area for over 20 years and is now teaching classes for adults in her beautiful SOMA studio. Her teaching style is supportive while also leading people to move beyond limitations and find their way into making work that is unique, complex, aesthetically sophisticated and conceptually authentic. You can read testimoinials at www.redredthread.com. Her own artwork has varied from large scale collaborative performance installations to intaglio prints to intimate small scale drawings. Currently, she is working on a project inspired by idea of a lover's discourse, exploring polarity in relationship and the whimsical phenomenon of love through both text and image. See more at www.katerandall.com. She has exhibited her work locally at Southern Exposure, Kala Art Institute, and Ampersand International among others. She has been artist-in-residence at Kala Art Institute and an affiliate artist at The Headlands Center for the Arts. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Comparative Literature from Princeton University and a Master's Degree in Fine Arts from California College of the Arts. Her studio has been in San Francisco since 1997.