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Labyrinth Art Journeys Vol. 1

Learn to Draw & Paint Classical Style Labyrinths Creativity • Meditation • Inspiration

Classical Labyrinth Art CollageThe Art of the Labyrinth - and the lure of an Ancient Symbol and Archetype

Labyrinths have been and continue to be used by people around the world as a way of finding simple moments of peace, seeking answers, creative recharging and so much more. This ancient tool, while often walked with feet and fingers, is also an ancient art motif that has been in our human awareness for over 4,000 years.

When we bring our creative selves to the labyrinth, we have a way to go deeper into ourselves with our art.

painted labyrinthIn this course you'll learn to draw, paint and engage with some of the oldest forms of the labyrinth:

  • learn how to draw and create a wide variety of Classical Labyrinth forms & seed patterns
  • Make your own Labyrinth Seed Journal
  • use pattern, color and form to 'walk' your drawn or painted labyrinth
  • the course also includes:
  • TWO Live Recorded Video Drawing clinics
  • Gently guided Video Tutorials
  • Audio/Visual Meditations,
  • Mixed Media Art Projects
  • Clay and Snow Labyrinths
  • Pattern/Tangled Labyrinths
  • Downloadable Guides

The self-serve course will be hosted LIVE again starting at the end of September 2019
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Course Curriculum


  Introduction to Labyrinth Art Journeys
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  Week/Unit 6 Video Clinic & Q & A
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The 12 Module Course Schedule Includes:

7 circuit Classical LabyrinthMan in the Maze LabyrinthChakra Vyuha Labyrinth

  • Baltic LabyrinthClassical labyrinth seed patterns
  • Processional Labyrinths,
  • Baltic Labyrinths,
  • Man in the Maze,
  • Chakhra-Vyuha Patterns,
  • Playing with Seeds & Circuits,
  • Drawing the Path instead of the Borders
  • Over 30 videos...
  • and more!
  • Ariadne's Thread - Making Snow Labyrinths


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Your Instructor


Sadelle
Sadelle

Sadelle Wiltshire is a contemplative teaching artist, based in Vermont, whose art and creations have been rooted in the focus and flow that comes when one is present with their inner voice. She enjoys sharing this love with others, in teaching, mentoring and inspiring people to create. Sadelle is a Fiber and Mixed Media artist, workshop and retreat leader, a Certified Zentangle®  Teacher (CZT#7), a Veriditas Certified Labyrinth Facilitator and a Quaker, with roots in spirit-led art. She has been facilitating and teaching in-person creative workshops for over 20 years, in the US and occasionally now abroad.


Frequently Asked Questions


How long do I have access to the course?
This course will remain available as a self-serve course ONGOING and can be accessed across any and all devices you own. If you are joining us before the end of September 2019, the course will hosted LIVE again in the course discussion areas along with two NEW live sessions on Zoom, and 12 emails, one a week - so you can follow along and ask questions.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
I would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact me in the first 30 days and I will give you a full refund.
Do I need to have any previous art or drawing experience?
Absolutely not! This is course is accessible for all art abilities, whether or not you've ever even picked up a pencil to draw. I will give you guided tutorials via video and you'll even have an opportunity to ask me direct questions during our two live group drawing sessions if you join us before February 1.
What about Medieval and Modern Labyrinths?
There are SO many forms of the labyrinth that I've decided to offer the Classical Labyrinths first as they provide a form and format that is easy to learn. I will be offering add-on labyrinth art course packs in the future, including both the Medieval style (labyrinths like the Chartres Cathedral) and Modern. I'll also be offering 'buy in advance' course bundles as well as discounts to previous students.when the new courses come out.
How do I mark a lesson as complete?
Click on the Complete and Continue buttons in the upper right-hand area of any lecture page, to mark that lecture as complete.. You can also read more here: https://support.teachable.com/hc/en-us/articles/360004258771-Navigate-and-View-Course-Content#MarkingYourCourseProgress

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"Your drawing tips are very helpful, and your patient approach to the drawing process reminds me not to get discouraged."

- Carolyn B.

"I think my favorite part is that I have all these practice sheets that when they are filled with labyrinths, I have been using for grocery lists, writing down an address I need to go to, schedules, in other words beautifying my everyday mundane life."

- Janet R.

"I am so excited to find your course and begin learning and drawing labyrinths. This is a great way to start. I love learning and drawing the 3, 7 and 11 circuit classical labyrinths, i never even knew they existed, or that that labyrinth was so ancient and found in so many cultures. Amazing! It feels like it is part of our humanity, a archtypical symbol that comes to people in all times and places. Thank you so very much, Sadelle. I am very grateful."

- Mary Helen F.

"This is a great course. Just what I needed in the middle of an NW snow storm! I love the idea of planting seeds after a long winter. Your descriptions and step by step process makes it easy and it builds on itself."

- Gwendolyn B.

"I love playing with the shapes! So many possibilities. I think this may be a whole new thing for me"

- Sheila G.