Taking a break from gardening – hoping to finish mulching the newly planted little floral offerings before the inevitable rain. I wanted to update you readers out there about a few upcoming events.
Have you ever walked a labyrinth? If not – please do! No matter what your religious or spiritual bent, it is a wonderful active/walking meditation. My first experience was very profound, and I have a meaningful experience every time. The process leads you inwards, to your center… one one path, your path to the center and then guides your steps back out into the world. ( Try the Labyrinth locator to find one near you…) Later this month I will be partnering up with Carol Maurer to teach a ceramic finger labyrinth class. Held at First & Central Presbyterian Church in Wilmington – we will meet first to create, and 2 weeks later for a social gathering to walk the labyrinth and collect our finished pieces. The facts: May 31st and June 14th. 7 – 9pm. $65. To register: email – spiritedplay(at)hotmail(dot)com.
Music: The 22nd Appel Farm Arts and Music Festival is fast approaching!
I will be there with tiles – new mermaids! Earrings – all new designs! Shrines, pendants, clay offerings galore! Its exciting to me when I can bring sculpture/ceramics AND jewelry! Hurrah!
And if you are going to be in Lewes over Fourth of July weekend – make sure to mark your calendar –St. Peter’s 45th Annual Fine Art Show, on July 2nd. Should be a great day! And where is the mayhem, you ask? Isn’t there a little mayhem everywhere to keep things interesting?
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Oh My! I can’t believe how many Labyrinth’s there are around us! I’d love to walk through a labyrinth. So cool!
Do try it, Shelby! It can be very inspirational. If you have a topic, an idea in the forefront of your mind, as you walk… you can sometimes reach a little clarity or a new insight. I know there is one at St. Peters in Lewes. Its a pretty cool thing.