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This is a destination dedicated to creating opportunities for seekers of creativity, beauty, discovery and growth.
Hi, Mary Jennings here. As an artist, I make art to share but more importantly, I've created this environment for the curious at heart.
Together, we make a community where ideas are shared and innovation is cultivated and sustained.
At some point, we've all said,
"I can do that!"
What happened next?
In most cases, we didn't even get started. Why wait?
Color Theory catches every artists off guard at one point or another.
In this free virtual offering, you will learn how to create colors using a variety of materials. I also share with you some myths about mastering color theory that might be or become a sizable stumbling block to your current art making.
Preventing Perfectionism. Free Webinar.
Work independantly with a community striving to make their way towards a better creative practice. Learn more about this creative challenge.Reserve your space
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THE GREAT ESCAPEMore about Mary Jennings
I'm telling you, it is the best gift you could give yourself to spend a day under her creative guidance.
She could make a stone paint! A gentle guide that'll help you tap your own creative juices.
Sign up for one of her classes.
You'll thank me.
Mary did an amazing job guiding our team through the painting session. Her ability to share the fundamentals of painting allowed folks to learn something that was fun and not too heavy. Her personality was a perfect match for the dynamics of our group. Everyone on our team expressed how much fun they had during the painting session and how it set the right tone for great team cohesiveness – trust, variety, teamwork, etc.
Mary did an outstanding job with our painting/team-building event. Not only is she clearly a gifted artist, but she is also a skilled teacher and facilitator. By working with the group on paintings that were their own, building in the shift from their own painting to another’s and leveraging the language we asked her to use, she made it easy for the group to make connections to the other work they were doing. And, she even sparked the topic of stewardship which was very helpful! She is a gem!