Reflections and Photos from the November Workshop

Thanks to Martha Loving and all these wonderful participants pictured below for all the exciting painting and fellowship in our December 12th workshop. We will have many memories to reflect upon.

The amazing group — Photo by Martha Loving Orgain

Personally, for me this is a time for thanks, giving, sharing, believing, and hoping for an incredible New Year leading to better seasons. I hope new windows open for all of us, promising fresh new “eyes” for seeing the light, experiencing the darkness, and manifesting all our colors in our rainbows that surround us. – Helen Chamberlain

Celebrating Deanna’s Birthday — Photo by Kendal Hasty
Students working on their projects — Photo by Tony Amezquita

The colors used for our veil paintings in this workshop were orange and turquoise, which reflects the fall landscape.

The Final Lineup — Photo by Martha Loving Orgain

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A Thank You from Martha

Hello Light & Darkness Friends,

Thank you very much for attending our Light and Darkness Veil Painting course [November 12th, 2021] with Helen and me last weekend in Nashville. We are thrilled at your interest in furthering the work of Liane Collot d’Herbois in Nashville. We are proud of each and every one of you in the execution of painting with difficult concepts, and for taking up this important meditative approach in connecting to the Spiritual World through ART – through Light, Color, and Darkness.

We are looking forward to doing another workshop soon, so practice your veil painting skills that you just learned in the meantime, making way for ascending to the next level ; When you have any questions or concerns, call Helen. Just kidding. You can call me anytime, too. Please leave a message and I will get back to you asap. Sometimes I won’t answer my phone if I don’t recognize the number. However, now that you are all entered into my computer address book, your names will come up on my phone, too. Ah, the benefit of working on compatible Apple systems is sometimes a delight.

While giving out thank yous, I’d like to thank Barbara Bittles for her ongoing and generous support of Helen and me, and the work of Liane Collot d’Herbois. Thank you for hosting both Deanna and me, and for your generous scholarship support.

Our time was short yet magical! The stag graced us at the end. Deer medicine is all about gentleness, unconditional love, and kindness.Thank you again and I look forward to hearing from you anytime.

Loving Martha