Fergus-Jean: (workshop) Image, Art and Psyche
Walking the labyrinth can affect the way we meet the unexpected twists and turns that inevitably occur on the journey through life. Living with the labyrinth symbol allows us to explore a more flexible and conscious approach to lifes experiences. Kimberly will draw on her doctoral research into the effects of labyrinth walking and the imagery that it evokes. Marla will respond from a Jungian perspective to the relationship between the mandala and the labyrinth. She will also talk about the deepening experience this can provide each of us. Each participant will have the opportunity to walk the labyrinth alone.
Elizabeth Fergus-Jean, MFA, Ph.D. is an artist and educator whose contributions fo-cus on the depth dimensions of image, memory, and creativity. Her artwork embodies her deep spirituality and strong ecoconsciousness, and centers on stories that emerge from our culture as potent sites for the engagement of mythic material and the archetypal reso-nances found within our lives. Dr. Fergus-Jean lectures nationally on creativity, image un-derstanding, archetypes in media, and personal mythology. Her popular workshops reach out to a range of individuals who seek to expand their own creativity, understanding of images, and the awareness of mythic patterns within their lives. Her book, Illuminating Letter: Paintings and Essays on the Kabbalah, along with Illuminating Letter: Painting Portfolio, a limited-edition fine art portfolio, have just been published by Art and Psyche Press.
Good Shepard Center, Rm. 202
4649 Sunnyside Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98103
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