Sunday, October 13, 2013

Transformative Power of Art Part III : Moving the Soul with Color

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“Color arises through the deeds and sufferings of the Light.” - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
In this third module of The Transformative Power of Art visual arts training course in the Philippines, artist, educator and art therapist Iris Sullivan will work with Goethe's Theory of Color and Liane Collot d’ Herbois' approach to Light, Darkness and Color.

This course offers participants the opportunity to experience, through sequential colored exercises, the journey of the human soul into incarnation through light and dark, or as Goethe said, through suffering and deeds.

Collot's path to art requires discipline in listening to color and not to oneself in the first steps.

This approach is to enliven the capacity to become a vessel for the creative and healing powers that move through color and art.

In this retreat-workshop, Ms Sullivan will do course work on the following:
• Light, Color and Darkness - Spirit, Soul and Body
• The Human Soul as a Lemniscape of Colored Movement
• Luster colors
• Image Colors
• Health and Color
• The Evolution of the Soul through Color Perception

October 14-18
San Lorenzo Multi-purpose Hall, !9 San Lorenzo Drive, San Lorenzo Village, Makati

For more information or to register, text +63 949 945 0817or email


Iris Sullivan has been working and exploring the meaning of color in relationship to color since she went to Emerson College 34 years ago. It was during a color spectrum course with Michael Wilson that she realized color is an evolution of experience. She has painted with Anne Stockton, Ted Mahle, Van James and did her art therapy training out of the school of Liane Collot d’ Herbois. Iris has her Masters in Art Therapy. She has taught adults worldwide and at Rudolf Steiner College in California with charcoal, color work, biography, Parzifal and veil painting. She is an accomplished artist and one can view her work at . Her four children have attended Waldorf schools and she is currently teaching art at the Sacramento Waldorf High School, gives private classes for adults, and has a private color therapeutic practice. Her color work has been the focus of her life’s work for over 30 years.

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