|April 5, 2014|
|10:00 AM||to||5:30 PM|
As children, we all drew. As adults, most of us have lost this creative skill—but not the need to be observed, contemplate and be present in the moment. This workshop will rekindle our ability to draw and to create a creative habit that can fit into the busiest of lives, creating a daily record of all that is meaningful around us. This practice can unleash our creativity and give us insights and perspective to help face life’s challenges. We will learn to combine simple drawings and short written entries to deepen our appreciation of the things around us—our cat asleep on a windowsill, our toothbrush, or our cluttered desk. Our illustrated journal will become our constant companion and a guide to the riches of our lives.
Note: Please bring a sketchbook or unlined journal 5 x 8” or larger, and a black roller ball pen or any black ink pen will do.
A ONE-DAY WORKSHOP
Saturday, April 5, 10am–5:30pm
Members: $140 / Nonmembers: $150
Early Bird rate $130/$140 by March 20
Danny Gregory is an artist, author, creative director, and filmmaker. He taught himself to draw when a personal tragedy forced him to look for a new meaning in his life and began to keep an illustrated journal of his life. His bestselling books, A Kiss Before You Go and
Everyday Matters, have inspired tens of thousands of new artists around the world. www.dannygregory.com