Mandala Drawing at O’Hanlon

“Anyone can benefit from stilling the mind, playing with color and envisioning their inner beauty uniting with life’s resonant geometry.”Lillian Sizemore

UPCOMING WEEKLY CLASSES – 2010

Fridays, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

October  15, 22, and 29

November 12 and 19

$30, $24 OHCA members.

.  .  .  .

Saturdays, 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

December 11 and 18

in conjunction with O’Hanlon’s annual SPIRIT show,

Special class planned for Winter Solstice on the 18th.

$ 40 / $32 OHCA members

Beginners welcome. No meditation, art or drawing experience needed.

Mandala by Joleen L.

Mandalas are contemplative tools for moving between the inner and outer experience — they serve as a link between worlds. When you make a mandala, you resonate with the essence of your deepest self and the collective spirit. Working with this form can restore peace and calm while revealing a symbolic language.  Each class offers unexpected insights, communion, and an opportunity to experience creative flow without judgment or expectation. Class begins with a brief centering meditation, we listen to music and draw for about an hour, and close with sharing our work and discussion.

Beautiful workroom in redwood forest surroundings

Each session is different and Lillian covers topics such as geometry, color theory, and concepts behind mandalas. Some art materials are available, but you’re encouraged to bring a favorite art media; collage, watercolor paints, oil pastels, or colored pencils are especially recommended. Come to one or all sessions, as each class is an ongoing exploration of expressive discovery. RSVP the Thursday before each session to save your place. Due to the nature of the class, instructor asks that participants arrive on time in order to participate fully.

Mandala workshop images on facebook

O’Hanlon Meditative Arts Programming

On Friday’s from  9 -11 am, also at O’Hanlon, there is an open meditation sit,

if you would like to make an affordable  contemplative, day-retreat for yourself.

LOCATION:

www.ohanloncenter.org

O’Hanlon Center for the Arts
616 Throckmorton Avenue
Mill Valley, CA 94941
415.388.4331
fax 415.381.3128
office@ohanloncenter.org

Executive Director: Megan Wilkinson
Office Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday
Gallery Hours: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday

Comments
2 Responses to “Mandala Drawing at O’Hanlon”
  1. Kate Vogt says:

    Lillian, I plan to atttend your mandala workshop beginning on 10/15. Do I need to pre-register?
    Best,
    Kate Vogt
    Co-editor, Mala of the Heart

    • sfmosaic says:

      hi kate – lovely! – you can pre-register directly with O’Hanlon up to a day before. It helps me to know how many to expect. the classes are open, and you can come to one or many. Look forward to seeing you!

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