Discover inner revelations by examining visual art
SELF-REFLECTION WRITING THROUGH EXAMINING AN ART WORK
Everyone carries an autobiography within themselves. Discover some inner revelations about yourself by selecting a work of art that speaks to you and write why you selected the work. Unpeel the layers of your preferences, passions and things in the artwork that may trigger cherished memories. Cynthia Kukla has been a lifelong artist and an art critic for 40+ years. She finds writing expressively about art is as joyful as it is revelatory. We will spark this activity by visiting the Edgewood Orchard Galleries in Fish Creek which has regional and national artists’ work in many inspiring mediums. After picking art that resonates with you, we return to Write On to spontaneously write how we are experiencing the art work and why. Cynthia will have her artist’s book which pairs her writings with her artwork as a sample along with copies of art reviews she has written.
This session will take place at both Write On, Door County and Edgewood Orchard Galleries, less than a 5-minute drive from Write On.
Tuition for the three-hour workshop is $30.00. Write On members receive a 10% discount. To become a member and save, please click here. To register online for this program, please click the button above. For other registration options, please call 920.868.1457.
Cynthia Kukla exhibits paintings, watercolors, drawings and sculptures in curated museum exhibits since graduate school on four continents, in over fifty solo shows and nearly three-hundred curated or group exhibitions. In 2004, she was a keynote speaker for the symposium for the exhibition “Coming of Age in Ancient Greece,” at the Cincinnati Art Museum. In 2006, she was inducted into the Watercolor Honor Society. International exhibits include Japan in 2010, and Viet Nam in 2011. In 2012, she was one of four artists invited for the yearlong “No Greater Gods” exhibition at the University of Virginia. In 2015, she was invited to “Silk Roads Festival Exhibition at the Shaanxi Provincial Museum, China. Her sculptural tableaux Aras Paxis (Altar of Peace) was on view at “S.O.S. Art 2020” in Cincinnati. She writES for DialogUe art journal Aeqai.