Peace of Art

Via Zoom; For ages 18+

Wednesday, March 3, 2021
7 – 8:15 PM

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Two Wednesdays, March 3 & 10

Discover the benefits of contemplative art and explore your “inner artist” with a relaxing and stress-free activity. Under the guidance of a skilled practitioner, you'll slow down, take a deep breath, and de-stress through a simple project. You’ll leave the class with simple meditation techniques you can rely on daily to calm and clear your mind so you can feel peaceful and content.

Don't forget your supplies!

Running low on supplies or just want to avoid going to the store? Purchase a Supplies-to-Go Bag, conveniently packed and quarantined for at least 72 hours and ready for curbside pick-up at a designated time. Available at registration. Limit one per participant.

Want to order your own materials? Click HERE for a supply list. Allow ample time for deliveries to ensure you are ready to go when class begins. Note: All participants will need access to Zoom.


Instructor Teresa Sedano is a retired adjunct faculty at American River College, instructing Sign Language interpreting students in the area of ethics and professional standards. She holds a master’s degree in contemplative education and has trained in contemplative art, which includes concepts such as mindfulness, presence, and breath work in order for each individual to explore the joy of self-expression during the creative process. She is the owner of Awakened Heart Designs, providing group workshops and one-on-one instruction in contemplative art concepts and basic meditation instruction.


$40 members
$65 nonmembers
$15 supply fee (optional)

Register by clicking the REGISTER button above, or email for assistance. Not a member? Click here to join today!

Image courtesy of the instructor.


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