LYNN RAE IS YOUR CONDUIT FOR CREATIVITY
Just as Socrates and Plato sought to bring forth our innately human and divine qualities in an everyday, wonderful, and inspiring quest they called philosophy, so does Lynn Rae through the quest to illuminate one’s own imagination. For them, philosophy was about what the word literally denotes – love, wisdom, and by extension all that is meaningful in life. For her, the quest is about letting your light shine to find your authentic unique self (soul’s hearts desire).
WORKSHOPS WITH LYNN RAE
The INITIAL Workshop
Your Initial is the Embarkation of this imaginative journey. Using black paper and white pencil then enhancing the image with blending the three primary colors, you will create an image bringing to life your personal name.
The 90 minute introductory workshop is the basis of all future classes. January workshops now available.
DRAWING IT OUT
The aim of "Drawing It Out” is to discover new ways to access and nurture creative thinking as you experience simple art-making. Beginning with guided imagery, music and your choice of 18 of Lynn Rae’s iconoglyphic symbols, you’ll expand your intuition– while drawing with white pencils on black paper to create a mandala. This is an enjoyable tool to explore how artistic metaphors can be applied to life transitions and empower one’s personal journey.
A SPIRITUAL JOURNEY
Lynn Rae offers a multi-sensory exploration of Shechina, the mystical concept of nurturing and transcendent presence in our lives. No prior knowledge/experience is needed as participants draw, write, share stories, and listen to selected music in a safe and relaxing environment.
PRESENTATIONS BY LYNN RAE
THE INFLUENCE OF 20TH CENTURY JEWISH ARTISTS
Immigrant Jewish artists influenced the geographical shift of artistic expression from Paris to America.
Enjoy light refreshments and tour the exhibit.
FEMINISM AND JEWISH ARTISTS
Jewish female artists rose to prominence in the 20th century. Lynn Rae will explore the triumphs and trade-offs they experienced in a predominately male world and how Judaism influenced their work.