This workshop is for adult cancer survivors and will be held from 11:30am-1pm on Thursday, August 2nd at The Zangmeister Cancer Center. Attendees will have the opportunity to weave their stories, creating a personal timeline with rich, textured fiber. No art experience necessary. (No cost)
Immerse yourself in the arts and view the paintings of art therapist Trisha Clifford Sprouse at the Worthington Arts Festival! Festival times are 10am-5pm on Saturday, June 16 and 11am-5pm on Sunday, June 17. McConnell Arts Center 777 Evening Street, Columbus, OH 43085
Painted Path Art Therapy, LLC is proud to bring the O.A.S.I.S. to Rootwire Transformational Music and Arts Festival again in 2018. The art O.A.S.I.S. is the first open art studio to be offered in a music festival environment and serves as a community space for attendees to respond to inspiration generated in an intensive arts environment. Check rootwirefest.com for more information.
This workshop is designed for adult cancer survivors and will be held at The Zangmeister Cancer Center. Come explore this sensory rich painting technique to calm and center yourself at your core. Not an artist you say? Trust the process and watch images emerge like magic. An art therapist will show you how to create with nothing more than your intuition and discover meaning in the images that come forth. No art experience necessary. (No cost)
This six week group meets 5:30-6:30pm on Mondays and will focus on increasing emotional intelligence and healthy personal expression. Whether your child would rather avoid emotional expression or is prone to explosive blow-ups, this group will offer a safe environment to explore emotions through enriching art activities, books, and games. $225
Come congratulate artist and art therapist, Trisha Clifford-Sprouse, on the completion of her latest body of work. Opening Reception on March 25th at Garrett Gallery of the Fairfield County Library. The show runs through the end of April.
"It is my mission as an artist to promote the arts as an integral part of our lives. At the very core of our being, I believe that art is an outward manifestation of our inner beliefs, thoughts, values, and identity; both in the arts that we surround ourselves with and the arts that we create." -Trisha Clifford-Sprouse