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We inspire people to find a more courageous and meaningful participation in their lives through the practice of process arts.
We inspire people to find a more courageous and meaningful participation in their lives through the practice of process arts.

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Giant straw animals take over the fields after harvest time in Northern Japan.
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Science takes a look at the emotional power of art.
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Stewart Cubley tells the second part of his story: How giving up a career as a scientist eventually led him first into the Alaskan woods and then to the founding of The Painting Experience.
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Take a moment to appreciate the Fall Equinox with this time-lapse video of fall arriving in New York's Central Park.
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We all have those moments — in painting and in life — when the harsh inner critic appears. In this episode of The Painting Experience podcast, Stewart Cubley considers the source of this all too familiar voice . . . and prescribes a surprising course of action.
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Four reasons why creative activity is a potent recipe for psychological well-being.
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We're sorry to say we had to cancel this month's workshop in the Pemberton/Whistler area because of low enrollment. The silver lining is that we're looking forward to seeing you on Granville Island in Vancouver again in January! Join us!
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"Solitude is not only a state of mind essential to the development of an individual’s consciousness — and conscience — but also a practice that prepares one for participation in social and political life. Before we can keep company with others, we must learn to keep company with ourselves."
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"Most of the time I start out with a plan and then, like a year later, I’ll realize that the painting was telling me what I needed to know about myself a year before." ~ Jim Carrey ~ I Need Color ~
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