Vedic Art is a method of painting which guides you step by step to paint beyond the limitations of the intellectual thinking. You are invited to experience the flow of your creativity and go beyond the pressure of technical perfection and achievement. You are offered tools to explore your potential beyond “right/wrong” and to open up for your personal creative expression. Vedic Art’s 17 principles highlights aspects of both art and life.
What you can expect from the Vedic Art course:
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No previous experience in painting is needed.
Structure of the sessions is like this:
The sessions take place through conference calls via a platform called Zoom, where we see and hear each other. During each meeting, we go through a specific principle and have a set time when we paint together, each in their own space. When we all have had the chance to work with this particular principle, we gather again and I give a more in depth reflection of the principle that offer a greater understanding now that we have a direct experience of the principle and its aspects of in our own painting practice. We open up for questions and reflections from the group and I am available to answer and share from my own experience.
If you want to go on painting after we finished our session and between meetings, it is obviously a plus and I highly recommend it for your own further deepen your knowledge of the Vedic Art principles.
You can register on the course by emailing me by clicking on the register now button by the relevant course. If you are registering from Sweden you can make a payment to bankgiro number 5057-1322. If you are registering from any other country you will be asked to pay via PayPal. Once I have received your payment you will receive a confirmation email, and closer to the starting date of the course you will receive another email containing all the technical and practical details you need before the course starts.
If you have any further questions you can email me at: email@example.com
If you change your mind and want to cancel a course that you have booked and paid for you can do that up to 7 days prior to the course starting and you will get your money back minus an administrative fee of 200 sek. If you wish to cancel after that you need to show a doctor’s note to get your money back. Once the course has started there are no refunds given.
PLEASE NOTE: the course will only run with 3 or more participants. If the course does not happen you will be notified via email and receive a full refund.
For the online Vedic Art courses, you will need:
The Vedic Art method is NOT a technical course. The focus is in supporting you to access your creative power, your unique voice of creative expression. You are given impulses to find the playfulness and exploration that will guide you to WHAT you want to express. To find out HOW to express it can be done by just keeping on practicing and painting, or by doing technical courses that will give you the practical skills.
To be very clear: in the Vedic Art courses you will not learn the how to paint technically.
To attend the course you need:
Yes, I am available to meet with you before the course starts, either on a special occasion that we agree on, or 30 minutes before the first session of the course. We can then go through the technical aspects that you need to know to be able to attend the course.
Signing up for the course means you take full responsibility to attend each session. If you cannot attend a session it is your responsibility to notify me.
If you are unable to join a course session it is important that you notify me in advance so that I know and the group is not waiting for you to join the session.
To get the missed principle you contact me and we agree on a time for a 20 minute meeting via Skype where I will share the principle with you verbally and where you can take notes. You then make sure to do paint according to this principle before the next session with the group. The cost for this extra meeting is 250 SEK.
The Vedic Art method is not to be recorded digitally in any way and this is why the principle must be given verbally.
No, no one is forced to show their paintings in the course. It is, however, a great learning tool to see and share the paintings we create. We learn so much from each other and inspire one another in this way. We are all in the same boat in this course and we are all well aware that most of the work that is shown are works in progress and not final. Showing them anyway, even if it does not feel comfortable, is a wonderful path to personal growth, building your self-confidence and gaining security in your creativity and integrity. I would suggest sharing your work with others in the group as much as you can. It is a gift to everyone, including yourself!