Monday, November 12, 2012

"Wisdom Circles" Giveaway


"There is a wisdom of the head, and a wisdom of the heart."

~Charles Dickens
 



"The Circle has been universally accepted as a religious image of perfection, a shape of total symmetry, hermetically closed off from its surroundings. 
It is the most general shape, possessing the fewest individual features
 but serving at the same time as the matrix of all possible shapes." 
~Rudolf Arnheim.



Wisdom Circles is a beautiful, gentle, self-nurturing workshop that allows you to explore what limits and drives you through the ancient art of mandalas.  In Wisdom Circles we  journey into the sacred circle using myth, meditation, and creativity to help us connect to our very deepest dreams and desires.




I am so pleased to announce that this beautiful workshop is now open for registration as an independent class.  This is the class that was part of 21 Secrets in 2012.  It will be running throughout 2013 and registration is now open.


For so many of us, creativity lies in light, texture, and color, rather than life-like reproductions of the world around us. Free drawing is central to our artistic journey and is an indispensable tool which allows us to use symbols, shapes, and colors to journey deep into own creativity.


In Wisdom Circles, we use storytelling and visualization as a way to help us explore our dreams and desires. We create circles of wisdom, or mandalas, using our own symbols, color, and images. It's a powerful artistic expression, and one I've been practicing for many years.


To create a mandala we need have no 'skill' for drawing. On the contrary, we set aside any awareness of how we are drawing, and to a large extent, what we are drawing. It is the process of creating a mandala that allows us to follow the urge to make a mark--no matter how obscure it might seem.




This is what participants have said about Wisdom Circles:

"I am completely addicted to this. You were so right Dion. This has been the most creative and inspiring workshop I have ever taken. I don't know why, but the mandalas speak to me so deeply."
"Thank you Dion.  It has been such a powerful exercise getting to know the sacred art of mandala making."

"Dion, I have to tell you when I first saw the mandalas I thought I could never do that, But I am going through a lot of stress right now with my adult children so I thought I would give it a shot. I have to tell you it has helped the stress soooo much!!! I just got into a meditative state while I was doing this, I shocked myself when it was done! It calmed me down and helped me organize my thoughts. I still can't believe I was able to do this. I colored it in the colors of the 7 chakras. Thank you so much for your wonderful lesson! I enjoyed this so much and you really did a wonderful job of teaching it.So much wonderful information!! I plan on doing more, this was my first one. Namaste, Julie"


"So much fun.  Thank you for this introduction into the world of Mandala's.  I will definitely do this over and over."


"This has been so amazing and inspiring! I think I am hooked on more, more, MORE!! mandalas! You have taken the pickiness out of making them and kept the meditation."


"Thank you Dion. I have a quick story... I am an elementary school teacher and yesterday we started state testing. It's usually quite stressful for everyone. After the kids started testing, I started making Mandala's. It was quite amazing to feel the stress leave me, transformative really. I am going to show my students how to make simple Mandala's so that when they are done testing and sitting quietly waiting for the rest of the class, they too can make a mandala. Thank you for this great class"


"I go through phases with doing mandalas, especially when things seem a little up in the air. I find them centering, calming and organizing.  Thanks for this workshop. Its just so inspirational!"
 "Thank you Dion.  I have been having so much fun.  You are great inspiration."


 "I know I haven't posted much but it's because I'm too busy making mandalas!!! Dion, this is an addiction!! I have a small sketchbook that I've carried with me for years and never did much with but I am filling it with mandalas. When I feel angry or frustrated, I get out whatever's close at hand and start drawing. It is the best tool I know of!! Spent the day with my BFF recently and we worked on mandalas for nearly four hours!! Just the best, thank you!!"


To celebrate the launch of Wisdom Circles as an independent class, I am giving away 3 places to three lovely followers. If you would like to join me for this beautiful, self-nurturing, restorative, and gentle program, all you need to do is leave a comment below telling me what you do to nurture your artistic soul.  For a second chance to win, please blog, tweet, or share this giveaway on Facebook, then come back and leave me another comment.  Be sure to include your email so I can contact you when you win.


I will be drawing the winners next weekend. If you'd like to know more about Wisdom Circles, or would like to register, please click here. And don't forget, it's Art Every Day Month...art is everything.

Thanks for checking in. xx

109 comments:

  1. Ive looked at this class longingly for a while. When I want to nurture my creative soul, I go out for a walk with my camera or sometimes I take seed to feed the birds. It settles my soul and fuels me to get creative.

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  2. I just shared the link on my timeline.

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  3. Looks like I am first. I blog, journal and read to keep feeding my passion. Presently I am part of a project - needing to be ready by Dec. Thanks for the contest and sure hope I win a spot. I am a winner.

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  4. I would love to win a place in this class. The mandalas really call out to me even though I've done some I think this class is special.

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  5. wow what a fantastic giveaway I would love to learn this very Zen art. I do yoga and meditation to prep myself and focus before I go into my studio. When I'm painting Im in the moment and its like meditating all over again. Its what I was born to do and I have the pleasure or teaching others how to release there creative spirit through Journaling.
    izmasshanti@gmail.com

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  6. Been a follower for a while : ) Painting nurtures my soul.

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  7. I try to immerse myself in Art. Doesn't matter what kind, just something that I can forget the world around me in.

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  8. oh dion i know this workshop with be one of the best on the web for 2013! i shared about it on facebook already. as for what i do to nurture my creativity - two things come to mind. 1. is workshops like this. 2. is to just do it! take the time to allow myself to be creative!

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  9. I shared the link on fb and will share it on twitter. I would like to try for one of the three free places.

    I just now found out about this blog, but find it very inspiring, and look forward to reading more into this blog. I will be adding this blog to the blogs I follow.

    My creativity comes from inside, it needs peace and love, time, and recollection.

    My email address is: bodinkaren@hotmail.com

    Karen

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  10. Actually I don't know how to to answer this as I'm new to art. Maybe I can learn what it even means to nurture my artist soul. At least I hope so.

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  11. This looks so awesome...I just got my first order of silks and can't wait to use them; I have an affinity for Mandalas and have painted some in years past/would love to join your class.

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  12. Shared the giveaway on my Facebook page. Email address nokillwis@gmail.com

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  13. I felt the wisdom in the comments by those who have participated in the class. I have never created a Mandala & look forward to an opportunity to take part. TY TY TY for offering these wonderful classes !!

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  14. Beautiful mandalas-doing art, seeing art, reading about art-it all nurtures my soul-would love to win a place in the class.

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  15. Would love to win a spot in this class!!

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  16. Thanks Dion. I love drawing Mandalas and yours looks pretty. It reminds me of Rangolis we create during Diwali in my country. Its Diwali right now so what better time to hope to win a spot. Love your work. The colors are mesmerizing.

    All the best to the participants.

    Love and Light
    Prerna Poojara
    prernapoojara@gmail.com

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  17. Hi Dion

    I posted at the following places. I know you said OR but I guess it was ok to let more people know :)

    1) Twitter - @artoholicslair
    2) Linkedin - http://www.linkedin.com/home?3) trk=guest_home
    4) FB - Personal prerna poojara and FB Page - artoholicslair
    5) Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/pin/17592254766002418/

    Hope you get some great response.

    Again all the best to all the participants.

    Love and Light
    Prerna Poojara
    India

    prernapoojara@gmail.com



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  18. mandalas are wonderful. you art is amazing. and it would be so much fun to take your class.

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  19. Thanks a million for offering such a great give away!!To nurture my soul, most often i meditate (zen meditation) or i take a walk with my dog and my camera and take a lot of close ups; my favorite ones are the hearts of flowers and cobwebs.

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  20. I posted on my FB page Jeanne-Sylvie Bellet and on my tweeter page Mdamereiko.My email adress is
    videfleur@gmail.com
    Blessings

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  21. dion - not sure why i haven't commented here already.i sit here thinking about what moves, or stirs, my artistic soul. i come up with 2 thoughts: the scriptures and inspirational thoughts, and my photography. i've gotten really burned out on photography and i have 2 weddings coming up that i really don't want to do, but i'm committed to them. i wish i could get over this burned-out feeling because for years now photography was my go-to when i needed to think through things, or plan, or feel useful and creative. this class sounds wonderful to me. feeling useful again - that would be an incredible feeling.

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  22. dion - i also posted a link on my The Creator's Leaf page on FB. i am going to post it on my home school student page Treasured Tangles also :) i would love it if one of my kids won this class! love it!

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  23. This course looks awesome! I have many creative outlets, but currently I am enjoying art journaling. Thanks for a chance to win!

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  24. Hi Dion, My heart skipped a beat when i saw there was a posting from you....you know i have been waiting to do this class with you for ages,I cannot believe the time is nearly here to start. I am addicted to mandalas, they are the food for my soul. I do the geometric ones but sometimes find the mathematical side of my brain is not working!!! I have been doing some embroidered ones, each one depicting a specific embroidery stitch and have had and amazing peace come over me when doing them, there is just no rush or deadline to meet and they just grow and grow on their own. This is one of the reasons I want to do the Wisdom Circles with you, I just want to sit down and put my pen to paper and let them flow. Apart from the Stitching side of me i also paint and draw love mixed media and charcoal and portraits are my favourite. I also keep a Doodle journal when I just pick up and do some doodling,to keep the creative juices flowing and because I LOVE pattern work this is very inspiring. I am a retired junior school art teacher and have been indulging in art for myself the past 7 years,it is My time now and all this keeps me very busy.
    I cannot wait to start, It would be great to win a special place, but i will be there regardless. Thanks for all the inspiration and wonderful colour on your blog which I subscribe to.
    Take Care ,
    Regard, Heather, Cape Town, South Africa

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  25. Hi Dion, this looks like another fantastic class. I get up early every day and write my Morning Pages and then go for a walk and watch the sunrise. That really helps me stay in touch with my creative self. Thanks for this opportunity to enter the giveaway. cabjuhasz@gmail.com

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  26. Dion, I love your beautiful art and it is very inspiring. I would love to learn about your Mandala Wisdom Circles. I will be tweeting and posting on FB & my blog about your generous offer but I hope to win too! Jacqueline: newbold0505@bendbroadband.com
    Colorful hugs!

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  27. Hi, I would love to win this class. When I get too stressed I start working on one of my art mediums. I love mixed media, watercolor (Twinks), found object 3D art, Zentangle and really anything to do with ink, paint or paper. I love to try new things. I have colored a few Mandalas for ATC cards and they are so beautiful.

    Your pieces are so lovely. I would like to have your talent when it comes to painting.
    Thanks
    Dena
    Dena.cottrell@cox.net

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  28. I listen to music and take a walk around my neighborhood to clear my mind and look for inspiration. Thank you so much for a chance to win a spot, I am a huge fan!

    Emarie803@hotmail.com

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  29. OMG Dion, I am so here. Please count me in for a chance to win a spot in this class. I took it with you in 21 Secrets and I want more! LOL! I learned so much from you! It is awesome that you are offering a more intensive version!
    Hugs,
    Beth P
    http://elisabetpollock[dot]blogspot[dot]com

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  30. Hi Dion, I just posted this on my FB page as well... fingers crossed :D
    Hugs and thanks for these chances to win a seat...
    Beth P
    http://elisabetpollock[dot]blogspot[dot]com

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  31. What an honour it would be to participate in this class.As for nurturing my artistic soul, every morning, I sit outside and listen to the silence and the wind blowing across the ravine. It starts my day in the perfect way!

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  32. This class looks fascinating and gorgeous! I simply try to craft, especially scrapbook to keep myself going creatively.

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  33. I tweeted this: https://twitter.com/jengd1/status/268044589364035584

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  34. And I"ve shared on FB-thanks for the opportunity to win!!

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  35. I just shared on FB. Hope all the artsy soul's out there in FB land will come and sign up!

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  36. I just signed up for the awesome course! When I saw it published on FB I just knew I needed to sign up. I love to doodle and it just calms my soul so much. But, when I saw Wisdom Circles being offered I just had to sign up. We just lost our only son in an auto accident a month ago and this class just spoke to me. I know it will help me heal and perhaps bring peace to my heart!

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  37. Hello Dion Dior,

    I find that I nurture my artistic soul through memories, photography, collecting & writing an I put them into my drawings. I believe that life is a composite of who we are. Life is a gathering of family & friends or the simplicity of enjoying time along looking at family pictures. I find myself writing on napkins, papers, and anything that it lends itself for marking and leaving my words on it. I collect memories by keeping pictures, birthday cards, treasure items, coffee cups or plates and I use these to create art to capture its memories…

    <3

    Elizabeth Aviles

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  38. Dear Dion,
    For the past few weeks, I have been drawn to doing mandalas... I have received some Twinks and Silks and the last 2 weeks, and am beginning to use them in my mandalas.... I find that my artistic soul is nourished by my yoga pratice, looking at colors, listening to the sound of nature, and playing with my 2 beautiful daughters. Thank you so much Dion for sharing your art and your heart so fully.
    Isabelle
    tendramisa@yahoo.com

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  39. After retiring from teaching 2nd grade for 38 years I realized I was wonderful at nurturing children but didn't know how to nurture myself. I have turned to art journaling as a creative outlet and through that I have been exposed to mandalas. They have intrigued me and I want to know more. I have learned so much from your watercolor pencil class (thank you very much) and this class sounds like the next step in my creative journey.

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  40. Wow, this is a marvelous idea, the gentle green lace placed over a gentle watercolor. Love this idea so much, I am going to try it myself tonight when I paint. You are an incredible artist, and love it when you post new ideas for your fellow artists! I admire your style. : )

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  41. This is so amazing! I would love to win a spot! Right now all I do for my peace is simple repetitive knitting. I seem to have lost my mojo for arting. I'd love to get it back. Thank you for the chance to perhaps be one of the winners!

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  42. oh, what a great giveaway! I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to win a spot in your class... such a big fan!!

    sandi tygar
    atygar@yahoo.com

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  43. Shared on my facebook page and tweeted!

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  44. Listening to beautiful music sometimes inspire me, sometimes silence...
    depending on my mood, Your class looks amazing, thanks for the opportunity.

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  45. Fantastic! What I do to nurture my creative soul......take art classes (in person and on-line). My creativity will get kicked into high gear because I get to meet you next week-end when I take your class in Excelsior Springs. My creative soul is rarin' to go....and winning this class would be absolutely WONDERFUL!
    pendergrafts@missouri.edu

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  46. I find lots of inspiration on blogs like yours, full of beautiful art. I enjoy making cards, I generally find that restful. I enjoy knitting, also a relaxing activity for me. I'm looking to expand my artistic endeavors, move beyond other people's patterns and drawings to something more personally created. Your class sounds ideal for that.

    Niki
    nrw745 at yahoo dot com

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  48. Woot, woot Dion DIor!

    I love your art work and when there is a giveaway I look forward to entering and see if I win! ; ) Winning a course with Dion Dior is adding to your art career and to have amazing techniques learned! ; ) I shared your post on Facebook, Twitter, and Google +! That way many other artists can enter too for a chance to win!



    Elizabeth Aviles
    navintos38@gmail.com

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  49. Fabulous giveaway!!! I would love to win this course of yours!!! I will share on Facebook wall and page, my blog if I can figure that out(new at it) and twitter!

    Thank you so much for this opportunity!
    nydia1@cox.net

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  50. Awesome giveaway.....You always make beautiful art, your mandalas are no exception:)

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  51. I've been wishing to take this class! I love losing myself in either doodling or goopy mediums. I would love to add mandalas to my toolbox. Thanks for the opportunity!

    Heidi
    artiql8.heidi@gmail.com

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  52. I've had this class recommended to me! I like to write out my stresses into my journal and then make Art over what I've written. It helps turn what has been bothering me into something beautiful.

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  53. Consider yourself Tweeted! @mitzizohar

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  54. Hi, I would love to win this for my Dad that just retired last week. I think this would be perfect for him.

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  55. I would love to win this class. Thank you for the opportunity to learn how to paint mandalas.

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  56. i am very intrigued by this class and see it as a vehicle for personal growth and creativity. Thanbk you for the opportunity.

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  57. I actually feel very non-creative. But, I love to look at beautiful artwork(such as yours) and listen to soothing music. These help me dream and hope will open up any creativity I may have.

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  58. I always look for inspiration everywhere and try to do creative things in each free minute.. and I try to incorporate my creative path into my complete day... do all what you do with all your heart.
    Sometimes it is difficult ..but it makes happy and it is the best for my soul!

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  59. When I feel my Soul needs nurturing, I turn to my drum to guide me and give me inspiration for my creativity. I am fascinated by Mandalas and would love to win a spot in your class.
    Jude

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  60. I love mandalas, and do my own but i would so love to take ths class and learn more ways to create them! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  61. Hi, I added it to my facebook page.

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  62. I am not on facebook but would love a chance to win this class. I am new to this type of creating and find it to be meditative. I live in constant pain and it is so relaxing and beneficial--almost takes you to another place. It would be a blessing to win. :)

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      soulcomfort (at) gmail (dot) com
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  63. I grab a pen and "doodle". I recently have discovered zentangling and do that on mandalas-it soothes my soul! Cathycusson54@Gmail.com

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  64. What a great opportunity to have a play with these magical colours and to learn a new design and skill kmvk3@hotmail.com

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  65. Error in email address should be kmck3@hotmail.com

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  67. Glorious colors, shapes, and symbols are all represented here to feed one's soul. Wonderful!

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  68. I walk among the trees.......

    nuleaf at comcast dot net

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  69. Mandalas are so lovely to create and look at and yours are so beautiful.

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  70. I am a Mandala making addict and yours are sooooooo wonderful!! I would love to be in your class!

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  71. I just started creating mandalas and your work is fabulous. I'd love to learn more for you!

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  72. I once made a quilt of the chakra signs which all involve circles. I use the quilt to meditate. Mandalas would be such a welcome addition to the quilt and the many Tibetan bowls I have and play.

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  73. want want want!melmgh@yahoo,com

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  74. Your Mandala's are stunning! I absolutely love the one you have on your blog. The design is spectacular and the color just blows me away.
    I will be signing up for your class soon!! Kat..

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  75. I'm always drawn to your colours. As a silk painter I nurture my soul by playing with all kinds of media in the brightest colours possible. I would love to do your class!

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  76. Hi ~ To nurture my creative soul, I draw, paint, make jewelry, and make cards. I would love to be part of this workshop. Coincidentally, I'm working on a mandala, prompted by a lesson from Life Book 2012 Willowing. I would love to delve into this further. :)

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  77. I sculpt clay and cloth dolls and paint..trying to draw and paint more. I only recently discovered mandalas and I'm fascinated! creationsbyaj at yahoo dot com

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  78. I try to incorporate my creative impulses into my work, such as by taking sketch notes in meetings instead of just writing words or brainstorming with pictures and colors in mind maps instead of just lists. Even though I don't always find time to paint, I do try to find at least a few moments to draw every day.

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  79. Love your mandalas Dion! Such beautiful blending and colorwork! I have done Zendalas, using Zentangle patterns, but would love to learn how to use your blending and shading techniques to add color and drama!

    Ann

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    2. This would be so up my alley and would be so nourishing. Now I doodle and collage in my daily planner so that I can do a bit of art on the days that have no time to really get into it. Thanks for the great giveaway. cooper@swva.net

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  80. What really helps nurture my creative soul is walking around outside with my camera. At times, I feel I'm as creatively blank as the substrate in front of me. All I need to do is grab my camera, walk my gardens, and find lots of inspiration. It's so soothing being outside too, listening to the birds, getting fresh air, feeling the breeze. Thanks for this chance to win a spot in your class. shaynola@gmail.com

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  81. Just posted on my timeline... Thx again! shaynola@gmail.com

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  82. I loved doing one while in 21 Days at the beginning of this year. I would love to do more!

    Karen Phanco
    Karenphanco@hotmail.com

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  83. Mandalas definitely are one way I nurture my creative soul, albeit not frequently enough. I love discovering new ways to create them as this re-ignites the process for me again. Thanks, Dion!
    Cheryl(at)inspirations-studio(dot)com

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  84. Just posted on my timeline, Dion....thanks again.
    Cheryl(at)inspirations-studio(dot)com

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  85. I took a basic class on mandalas and had so much fun. Your work takes it to the next level, though!
    obragg(at)gmail(dot)com

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  86. Having recently experienced end of life - as close as you can get without actually completing the event - I find myself getting "lost" in thought. Perhaps mandalas are a way to "find" whatever it is that I am looking for when I get "lost". I am a glass artist and love how things can flow in art, however, I can't take that with me when I go places. I own the complete set of prismacolour pencil crayons and think it's time I learned how to use them! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  87. the pleasure of sleep is to escape time itself and venture into a realm of creation that wasn't created.

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  88. I would love to win this opportunity. I love seeing your work. It is stunning. For me I do a number of things to nurture my creative side. Being out in Nature is always a good start. Or immersing myself in my studio and just playing with whatever is at hand. Or walking through a museum or art gallery and soaking up all the beautiful artwork that is out there.

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  89. To nurture my artistic soul, I read excellent blogs like yours! Love your work.

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  90. This is the first time to your site, Sandra Strait mentioned your giveaway on her blog. I would love to take your mandala class. Thanks for the chance.

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  91. Dion, Thank you for your generosity,I'd love to be one of the 3!I try to do many things to nurture my soul(and I need to as well for sanity) I do embroider,craft esp seasonal and bake and cook and love reading blogs!!
    "This would be probably the most calming and energizing workshop of many that I have taken"!mominco@gmail.com

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  92. I would love to win a place! To nurture my art, I find that looking at all the beautiful work on the many blogs and other sites that mixed media artists have works. I find so many ideas and I love to read about other's work.

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  93. I also put a link on my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/gshillitani/posts/415111391893234

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  94. I would be honored to be a part of this class. Thank you for the opportunity and for all the wonderful tutorials and inspiration you provide to all of us! Cheers! Joanna

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  95. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway! I love mandalas and this workshop looks amazing. To nurture my creative soul I like to read inspiring books about art and creativity, read blogs, spend time on pinterest, visit exhibitions, go for walks in nature, take photos of the world around me and have good conversations with friends over a cuppa. My email address is artlovejoy99 AT gmail.com. Thanks again and have a lovely day! Wini

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  96. Thank you for this wonderful giveaway! I love mandalas and this workshop looks amazing. To nurture my creative soul I like to read inspiring books about art and creativity, read blogs, spend time on pinterest, visit exhibitions, go for walks in nature, take photos of the world around me and have good conversations with friends over a cuppa. My email address is artlovejoy99 AT gmail.com. Thanks again and have a lovely day! Wini

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  97. Dion, I love mandelas & how there is a never ending creativity to do them over & over & be unique each time. I will post this to my timeline to let others know of your wonderful workshops. Blessing my friend~

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