Beth I. Robinson M.S. is an artist, art conservator, & facilitator exploring bereavement and the conflict it creates. She offers options for grieving well and companionship through her artwork, educational workshops, grief/conflict coaching, and by facilitating alternate options for grief support and reconciliation through art and art history.
Tuesday, January 2, 2018
See Like An Artist: Art, Grief, And Reconciliation
Date: Saturday March 31st, 2018
Cannon Beach History Center & Museum
Location: 1387 S Spruce St, Cannon Beach, OR 97110
Or call 503-436-0744 for more registration options
Class space is limited and requires booking ahead of time.
Learning to see like an artist can enhance creative solutions to the problems of everyday life, especially during grief, loss or conflict. Looking at examples from art history can sharpen the inherent ability to “see” as humans while unlocking our potential for change. Participants will develop skills for noticing elements from art that engage the senses and your heart surrounding loss. Learn how to dissect an art piece and create a personalized collage using found images and the tools learned in class. Artist Beth I. Robinson will share rich examples from the art world, simple drawing exercises and artistic prompts to allow avenues for “seeing” and exploring grief differently.
Student notes: participants are encouraged to bring a packed lunch. A break will be encouraged to honor the topic at hand.