A Passionate Exploration

I am teaching two classes this summer: Open Book for the Altered Ego at Wellington County Museum (see page 3 of the brochure) and Stitched Paper Explorations at Southampton Art School & Gallery.

I am passionate about working with paper. Its marvellous capacity to accept any mark making method I throw at it (sometimes literally), every stitch I take through it, every cut, tear, and fold I put into it, never fails to excite and delight me.

I want to share that excitement with you.

When I teach a course, it is more of a collaboration than a teacher-student relationship. I love to discover the skills of others, learn what they have to say. The particular roomful of abilities and views soon magnifies. Every one is encouraged, and all expand.

None of this will happen unless you sign up (no pressure :-D). I want to meet you, you would like to meet me ~ let’s dance through some wonderful art making together.

A Whirl of Creativity

The moment in between what you once were, and who you are now becoming, is where the dance of life really takes place.
…………~ Barbara de Angelis

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About CarolWiebe

Art entices, inspires, and delights me. Art is a vehicle for laughter, tears, wonder, enlightenment--taking me on a constant path of discovery. You can't say that about housework (except, perhaps, for the crying part).
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7 Responses to A Passionate Exploration

  1. Pingback: A Sample | Carol Wiebe Wonders Out Loud

  2. I wish i could be in the open book class!! I know i would have fun!
    I want to wish you good luck with this…. Hope the word gets out about these dynamic classes you are offering.
    xxx
    dk

    • CarolWiebe says:

      Oh my, YES! Having worked with you a number of times, I have a real appetite for it!

      Thanks, Diane!

  3. Kit Lang says:

    Unwanted input here, be warned! ;)

    I just came here from the plug on the SAQA site, and I don’t know if YOU know – but your post is IMPOSSIBLE to read because of the background photo of sand and rocks. Your piece is really beautiful though.

    • CarolWiebe says:

      Nice of you to tell me, Kit.

      Few people have the guts to say–you have broccoli between your teeth, or your skirt is caught in your panties in the back, or your post looks terrible!

  4. Hedy Campbell says:

    Hi! This looks like a course I would love; but……where is the Wellington County Museum? I am in Picton, Ontario, Canada.

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