Saturday, January 26, 2013

Intro to SoulCollage® Workshop March 1 & 2, 2013 in Portland taught by Linda Dalal Sawaya

Intro to SoulCollage® Workshop
An Intuitive Collage Process
taught by artist Linda Dalal Sawaya
March 1 and 2, 2013 in outer NW Portland art studio

SoulCollage® is a simple but deep process of using collage to tap into your heart and soul. The workshop begins with a Friday night intro from 6:30 to 9:30 pm, followed by all day Saturday from 11 to 4 pm to make cards, read, and write about them. By connecting with our creativity, intuition and inner wisdom, we leave behind the everyday world, and enter an inner world of image, symbolism, and imagination. It is a fun and revealing method, where participants learn to create a tool supporting our individual growth, which develops and expands with us.  

Here is one of three OPRAH cards I made to honor a woman who is a part of my COMMUNITY, someone whom I have learned from and respect. A reading from each card provides insight to my life right here and right now, and suggests internal as well as external support and resources.
This card emerged to honor my journey on my spiritual path.

In SoulCollage® there are four suits: Committee, Community, Companion, and Council, which encompass all aspects of our lives. The card below engages with a dark, playful, silly, mischievous, trickster part of myself.

No experience is necessary for this workshop. Anyone can do it, and it is an insightful and affirming process. Surprises emerge and delight us as we connect with our inner Highest Selves through this playful way, juxtaposing images that do not obviously connect, but create another dimension revealing connections to be discovered.

Please email me with questions or if you'd like to reserve a spot.

Workshop fee is $85, which includes all materials. Treat yourself to a creative gift for yourself and sign up now! Teens and adults are welcome. Bring a friend, and receive a discount for two! Space is limited.

Linda is a trained SoulCollage® facilitator and a working artist, illustrator, and cookbook author. To learn more about me, visit my website.

The card below was made to honor a writer whom I was blessed to know. We make cards to help deal with difficult issues and to celebrate our blessings; to ask questions and to help process things old and new. To call on our elders, mentors, animal companions, and beyond.

I will be honored if you join me in this workshop. I hope these images give you an idea of the vast and magical range of possibilities to be discovered with SoulCollage®.

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