Saturday, November 10, 3-7pm, Haw Creek Commons:
Artists, Fair Trade Crafts, African Food and Art Exhibition . . .
Join me for refreshments and a tour of the renovated Bethesda Methodist Church and the co-op community project of Haw Creek Commons at 315 Old Haw Creek Road in East Asheville.
See the gorgeous sanctuary, the co-op office spaces (ground floor), a spectacular commercial kitchen, meeting rooms and my new studio in the creative space on the 2nd floor! Learn more about the community project which includes the garden, chickens and bees, the many public rental opportunities and the vision of Missional Wisdom at https://www.hawcreekcommons.com
GALLERY & BOOK SIGNING at 4 + 6pm: You can view the full exhibit of photographer, author and artist, Carrie Wagner; Portraits of Uganda: Timeless Tapestry. Learn more about her vision and passion at: carriewagner.com
ENCAUSTICS, MONO-PRINTS + SACRED SYMBOLS: Iwill have new encaustic works, poetry and two slide presentations running; The Shaman’s Drum and Sacred Bundles . You can view my collection of shamanic tools, ceremonial pieces from around the world and my Sacred Symbols, (from the Sangoma tradition of Southern Africa), which I use in my Intuitive Readings and Shamanic Energy Sessions.
SACRED SYMBOLS READINGS: My readings have evolved from training with colleague and mentor, Gogo Gretchen Krilly McKay. Her initiation as a sangoma came through many years of mentorship with TD P.H. Mtshali and the Sangoma tradition of Southern Africa. You can learn more about this ancestral healing work at http://www.ancestralwisdom.com/about.html
The shamanic world view reminds us that everything is alive, consciously connected and inter-dependent. You can call 312.437.4325 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the grand opening or my new studio.
Photo by Carrie Wagner. Prints from her photo exhibit will be available.