Greetings!

We survived January and the Polar Vortex! Twenty degrees now feels great!

Here's my new schedule of classes starting up in February and March!

Consider taking the Wholistic Arts class as an entry level experience and "sampler" blending various art therapy techniques that I teach.

Or, for those who have taken beginning drawing with me, Drawing II starts in early April.

Join me in one of the classes below to begin your creative journey!
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Here's to creative new beginnings!
Donna Webb
Creativity is the perfect antidote for our increasingly busy lives.

Intuitive Painting Class

1-4:30 PM,  Feb. 16, March 30, or April 27, 2019

Each session includes instruction and is complete in itself. Come to one or several!
Image and Archetype
March 1 - 2, 2019
  Join me for a weekend intensive working in charcoal with the primordial archetypes of light and darkness, inspired by the Collot methods of "Light, Color and Darkness".

Through the light of the thinking and nerve-sense process we are able to become more conscious, awake and focused, and able to respond in the moment. Through the warmth and darkness of the will and metabolic system, we hold, cherish and digest all that life brings to us.
Drawing II
Continued Skill Development

In this advanced drawing class we will work with the skills and techniques learned in Beginning Drawing and apply them to new exercises. The class will conclude with the student drawing a self-portrait.

A previous drawing class with Donna is required.

Wednesdays, noon - 2 PM April 3 - May 8, 2019
WHOLISTIC ARTS
We will explore the intersection of art therapy techniques and fine arts using pastels, charcoal, colored pencils, watercolor and collage. Students will use a new exercise each week to access their unique inner voice and creativity.

Mondays, noon - 2 PM, March 4 - April 8, 2019
Classes at the Edina Senior Center
Introduction to Intuitive Painting
Edina Art Center
Singel session class
Monday, 12 - 2 PM May 20, 2019
Beginning Drawing
at the Edina Art Center
Artists are “See-ers”. They literally see the world around them in a different way than the rest of us. Yet, all of us have the ability to be “see-ers”.
To learn how to draw, we must first learn to “look” without preconceptions. We will practice this artist’s way of looking and drawing from observation, and experiment with a number of drawing techniques that have been used by artists over the centuries.
Starts June 5, 2019
Donna Webb
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Donna Webb is an artist whose works are in the permanent collection of The Walker Art Center, The Plains Art Museum, and numerous private collections. She taught art at Normandale Community College for ten years, Spring Hill Waldorf School for seven years, the Center for Wholeness for twenty years, and currently teaches in collaboration with the Edina Art Center,  Novalis Institute , and at her studio #302 at  The Casket Arts Carriage House.
[612-518-2378]  [ donna@donnawebb.com]  [ donnawebb.com]