Wed, Jul 01|
INTRO TO SPIRIT ART
Join Susan Barnes for a class combining mediumship and visual arts. Student will create and interpret.
Time & Location
Jul 01, 2020, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM
About the Event
Explore a new way to discover how to serve as a mediumistic link to the realms of Spirit through the creation of art. The course will include short lectures and includes automatic drawing, auragraphs, and spirit portraits. Students will both create the images and interpret them for the sitter. Interpreting color and symbols is essential because images are both symbolic and abstract. Art can communicate many spiritual messages. Both mediumistic and psychic skills are utilized depending on the art.
The course will explain the different levels of mediumship skills that accompany different styles of art. Original examples of the work of different international spirit artists and modern artists will be shown. Discussion is highly encouraged and discovering new spirit art styles is always welcome.
Art supplies will be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring their own personal art tools and creative work. Art experience is not necessary because Spirit will help in the creative process. This course is designed for novice and experienced spirit artists, psychics, and mediums.
Bio: Dr. Susan B. Barnes, CSNU is an intnational medium, communication professor, and spirit artist. She is a certificate holder of the Spiritualist Nation Union and a presenter at the Afterlife Research and Education Institute (AREI) Conferences and Zoom group. She regularly teaches mediumship and spirt art classes online and in Lily Dale. Her work has been featured in the Psychic Observer, Psychic News, We Don’t Die Radio and her Psychic Professor’s Show. Susan is the author of ten books including: Unfolding Physical Mediumship. Additionally, she owns the Spirit Art Gallery in Cassadaga, NY where she regularly teaches art classes.
Intro to Spirit Art
Online Admission to Intro to Spirit Art with Susan Barnes. A weblink will be sent to your email up to an hour before the event. Please enter the zoom room about 20 minute before the class if possible for attendance, and instructions.