Icon Painting Workshops for 2023
March 6th to March 10th
St Cecilia's Church Episcopal
contact Kelly Barnhill
Kelly.firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
OCTOBER 23 to OCTOBER 27
ST CLARE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
contact Rev Liz Schellingerhoudt firstname.lastname@example.org
OCTOBER 30 to NOVEMBER 3RD
HOLY INNOCENTS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH
contact Rev Bill Murray email@example.com
Don’t miss the opportunity, to take time out from your busy life. The icon retreats offer ample instruction, discussion, and time to meditate on what an amazing thing it is to be alive, here and now. We begin with a Hand Blessing and close with blessing your work.
The church meeting rooms are filled with light, quiet, and beautifully situated in the Georgia and Texas Hills. In Delaware you have the ocean!
ST PETERS EPISCOPAL CHURCH LEWIS DELAWARE
Dates in November 2023 to be announced
Lewes, Delaware, is on the ocean. The town is a lovely harbor to stroll and contemplate —a beautiful setting for insights, teaching, and study.
The meeting rooms in St Peter's Episcopal Church are comfortable, the church is a delight, and their peaceful community makes you feel welcome and cared for. 400.00 USD
2,000 Years of Iconography Tradition
During Contemplative Icon Retreats , participants complete painting an icon in egg tempera. The keys for preserving this ancient technique are housed in prayer and spirituality. Your created image when finished lives on as a call to beauty and meditation. Art retreats in Iconography has value in our society because it speaks of the divine, the heart and potential for art to raise our consciousness.
The completion of an icon is an organic and dynamic process. Contemplative Icon art retreats are designed to merge the heart and mind with our contemporary brush strokes. The creation of each icon is a spiritual journey steeped in tradition and culture passed down from the Byzantine Era. The sacred stone, rock and dust of the Earth are full of color and texture that we mix with egg yolk. The act of moving small particles of our planet earth remind us of the beauty of creation and it vast diversity in shape and form. Books available t