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Mindful Drawing

The purpose of this workshop is to learn the art of mindfulness in our daily life through the relaxed process of drawing in imaginative and creative ways. You will not only
learn to draw well, but also learn to practice habits that will help you control your mental focus and attention.

You will make drawings in a state of restful alertness- similar to meditation- that is optimum for the drawing experience. Mindful drawing and meditation are mutually beneficial for physical, mental, spiritual and creative growth. You will learn to relax, have fun, and be present as you draw without an agenda for success and the fear of failure. You will find that drawing can become pure enjoyment. Some of the many benefits of this workshop are:

  • Improved drawing skill
  • A sense of peace
  • Focused purposeful attention-mindfulness
  • Finding your creative voice
  • Fully experiencing with your senses
  • Seeing with the heart, hand, and eyes
  • Stillness of being

Through a variety of fascinating methods and subjects you will experience how easy and
enjoyable drawing can be in this new and innovative workshop.

Robert Regis Dvorák has been making drawing and painting fun and easy to learn for 35 years. He has sketched and painted in 70 countries including all of Western and Eastern Europe, Russia, Southeast Asia, China, Japan, North Africa, the Middle East and India. He has exhibited and sold work in the USA, Europe, Japan, and China. He has authored and illustrated: Travel Drawing and Painting, The Practice of Drawing as Meditation, Drawing Without Fear, The Magic of Drawing, Experiential Drawing, The Pocket Drawing Book and his latest book of drawings and verses, The Book About Nothing.


Faculty: Robert Dvorak

Dates: 1-day workshop on June 23, 2023 at 9 am

Tuition: $215

Tuition, room and board: $362

Lab Fee: $25, includes pencil and pen, handout materials, a Pocket Drawing Pad 4 x5, with 160 pages and The Pocket Drawing Book with 160 pages.

Skill Level: All levels

Enrollment limited to 16 students

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