Workshop explores color in art |

Workshop explores color in art

The Carbondale Council for the Arts & Humanities presents “Art & Healing: Color In Art,” which explores the boundaries of color as a primary design element of visual imagery. The exhibit will display the work of artists Charles Andrade, Virginia Carrithers, Sheri Gaynor, Nancy Kullgren and Mary Whalen. The Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork will hold the following lectures: 7 p.m. April 5, Charles Andrade will lecture on “Art as a Meditative Path: An Introduction to Goethe’s Color Theory.” 7 p.m. Monday, April 11, Gerry Michels will speak on “The Healing Art of Spectra-Chrometry,” which he has practiced for more than 28 years. The same evening, Sheri Gaynor will discuss “Color as Language, Meaning & Metaphor.” April 19, Dr. Will Evans will speak on “Tending the Fire Within,” and Virginia Carrithers will present “The Healing Power of Creativity: Connecting to the Eternal Fire Within.” From 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 9 at the Artists’ Resource Center in Carbondale, Charles Andrade will teach a “Goethe Color Theory in Practice” workshop.Call the CCAH at 963-1680 or 309-5559 for more information.

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