Lorraine Roy: The Science of Textile Art | School of Stitched Textiles
Textile Artist Lorraine Roy talks to us about her love of natural sciences, developing an artist voice and how to succed as an artist.
How To Walk A Labyrinth
Have you ever wondered how to walk a labyrinth? People have been labyrinth walking for over four millennia as part of a spiritual journey, as a means to become closer to God or for atonement. The labyrinth walk is a ritual that is known throughout...
Walk the Pavement to A-Mazement: World Labyrinth Day, May 1
As part of a global labyrinth event, participants around the world will 'Walk as One at 1' (1:00 pm in local time zones) as they walk a wave of peace and wellbeing encircling the planet.
Full depth of Rev 13:18 /2012-2016/ CERN (Part 6)
Triple spiral labyrinth - A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. It combines the imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path. The Labyrinth represents a journey to our own center and back again out into the world. Labyrinths have long been used as meditation and prayer tools. Within."
"Artist to Artist" Guest Exhibit
Marcia Vanderschaaf's "Peace In The Valley," and Carolyn Rondthaler's "Labyrinth 1 - My Journey," were two of the twenty paintings selected by the Member Artists of Art On Broadway to be in the November guest show at the gallery's Beaverton location. In addition to VanderSchaaf and Rondthaler, the following Portland Plein Air & Studio Painters have work in this exhibit: Janet Amundson-Splidsboel, Yvonne Branchflower, Rose Caffarelli, Nathalie Equall, Michael Fisher, Brooks Hickerson, Joe…