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I only list classes that are available to the public. Here are the upcoming classes:
Meditative Drawing: Tangles and Doodles Zentangle Inspired Art Wildwood Library, Mahtomedi, Minnesota Saturday, April 9, 2016
Hardwood Creek Library, Forest Lake, Minnesota Saturday, April 23, 2016
Email me for registration information at email@example.com
I wil have a vendor booth at the North Central Healing Touch gathering on Friday April 1 open from 4:00 - 9:00 and Saturday April 2 open from 10:00 - 3:00. It is in Plymouth, Minnesota. Let me know if you would like to stop by to shop during the conference.
If you wish to schedule a class for your group, please let me know.
Custom orders are always welcome. Email me with your ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for supporting local artists. We all appreciate it!
Sue Swanson MDiv, is an artist who helps people find Sabbath time in their busy lives by teaching them how to practice spiritual patterns together. She calls her work Prayercraft, which is combining craftwork with different patterns of prayer. She is interested in how we can learn to use artistic creativity both individually and in a group to express our faith. Sue teaches classes and retreats exploring spiritual concepts such as: prayer, breath, simplicity, creativity and Sabbath. Her beadwork has been published by Beadwork Magazine and Bead and Button Magazine. Her company, Purple Apple Arts, provides opportunities to explore traditional crafts including music, beadwork, collage, knitting and labyrinth walking. She studies traditional craft techniques in order to make them meaningful in our 21st Century lives.
Sue lives in Woodbury, Minnesota with her husband Roger. She is the mother of two sons, Jeremy and Matthew and Nana of Victoria, Robert and William. She holds a BA degree in Professional Communications from Metropolitan State University and a Master of Divinity degree from United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. She is trained by Dr. Lauren Artess as an advanced certified Veridatas Labyrinth facilitator. Sue is a member of the Labyrinth Society.
Sue’s artistic vision is: as the beads are woven together, the thread disappears, but its presence provides all of the underlying structure. Similarly, the Holy Spirit invisibly, yet essentially, weaves together the fabric of our lives and connects us with our spiritual community.