Meditative Geometric Painting Workshop
Sunday, March 3rd
$80 person, includes all materials
Instructor: Natasha Mistry
Embark on an artistic journey with artist-in-residence Natasha Mistry, and immerse yourself in the creation of a one-of-a-kind geometric painting on canvas. This exclusive workshop offers you the opportunity to work with water-based paint, shimmering mica-based paint and real mica, harvested locally – all on a generously sized hand-stretched 14”x14” natural raw canvas.
Under the guidance of Natasha, you will be led into a meditative state, facilitated by a curated selection of music designed to enhance your creative process. From this place of centered calm, you will create a painting, inspired by one of Natasha’s latest creations. You can either create one like Natasha’s, or after given the initial framework, follow your own intuition. Natasha creates along-side you, taking the journey with you.
The culmination of your workshop experience will be a fully realized painting. Each piece will be pre-wired for your convenience, ensuring that your artwork is ready to be displayed as you return home. This is a rare opportunity to explore the intersection of art and mindfulness, to connect with your creative spirit, and to bring home a piece of art that is both deeply personal and beautifully crafted.
Natasha Mistry is a British contemporary artist currently residing in Boulder, Colorado. Natasha has exhibited across the UK, the United States, South Korea, and South America. She's had artist residencies in Andalucia, Spain, The Peruvian Amazon, and in educational institutions in England and South Korea. Her most recent solo show, "Imaginearia”, curated by the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, was recognized as one of the top shows of 2022 by Southwest Contemporary Magazine. Other recent exhibitions were “Sacred Geometries” at Seidel City and “Contemplation” at the Dairy Arts Center. Past clients include: Ernst and Young, Boulder Museum Of Contemporary Art, Cobra Beer, Drop Music, Westminster Council, Sarah Vaile Design and Nathan Turner.