Join us for our New Year’s Resolution Series for an evening of art journaling. Learn a creative process that can be used for accessing emotions and inspiring new ideas. Art journaling can be a way to memorialize someone or something you have lost and also to imagine and create your future by pulling together images, photos and inspiring words, your memories, thoughts, and dreams come together in a pocket-sized Japanese-accordion book.
This workshop will give you everything you need to get started, including the journal and materials. All you need to bring is your story and your inspiration. (You are welcome to bring personal items and photos to add to your journal if desired). Also, includes your first 8oz pour of cider.
Sharon Wharton, LCSW is a psychotherapist in Longmont specializing in grief and loss. Before becoming a therapist, she was a photographer, and art journaling gives her an outlet for her creative side. She has found art journaling to be therapeutic for herself and loves sharing the technique with others.