“Mandala means circle in Sanskrit. The mandala design radiates out from the center. It is ancient and universal in cultures everywhere. It is the “magic circle” and has ritual and religious symbolism. Here, it is intended as a drawing meditation for centering and integrating the self. In times of confusion or stress it is a way of “collecting ones thoughts.” The Creative Journal Lucia Cappachione.
Join Art Therapist Carrie Coblentz, MA, ATR each week for these virtual stand-alone sessions where we will be creating 4 different types of mandalas, both in purpose and materials. Art materials are to be sourced by the participant.
Each session is $15 per person and pre-registration is required.
Supplies: Acrylic or watercolor paints, color pencils, oil or chalk pastels
About The Host: The Art Therapy Studio is the oldest creative arts therapy program of its kind in the country. Our mission: Enhancing individuals’ quality of life through therapeutic art.
Website Link: http://www.arttherapystudio.org