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This group is for anyone who wants to deepen or reclaim their creativity to use in their life, their work, and their own forms of expression - whether you consider yourself an artist or not. 

We provide inexpensive materials and group instruction and facilitation to support the focus on the creative process. 

Participants are encouraged to let go of outcome and paint from an intuitive place. 

We welcome images as they occur - even ill-formed, primitive, ugly, and unpleasant images that may emerge.

Goals may include 


The facilitator will help participants in working with the painting process, including understanding the less welcome parts of us, such as our inner critic, our fears about being seen and being good-enough, our concerns about death, and the darker more malevolent aspects of ourselves. They all have something to teach us. 

No previous experience is necessary. 















Call for our next session. Groups offered are that are open to all as well as specific groups for special topics, such as working with low desire.
Wonder

noun: wonder

  a feeling of surprise mingled with admiration, caused by something beautiful, unexpected, unfamiliar, or inexplicable.
synonyms:marvel, miracle, phenomenon, sensation, spectacle, beauty; curiosity
  a strange or remarkable person, thing, or event.
  having remarkable properties or abilities.
  a surprising event or situation.

verb: wonder

  desire or be curious to know something.
  synonyms:ponder, think about, meditate on, reflect on, muse on, puzzle   
    over, speculate about, conjecture; be curious about
  used to express a polite question or request
  feel doubt

  feel admiration and amazement; marvel
  synonyms:marvel, be amazed, be astonished, stand in awe, be
    dumbfounded, gape, goggle
Interested in joining the group?

Call for more information
(775) 329-4582 ext 8
​Creativity Group



​Intuitive Process Painting
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Sample of work by instructor
Mary Minten
Oil, 2008
Charcoal, 1998
Tempera Paint; Process Painting, 2001
(chair for proportion)
Watercolor, 2001
Acrylic; Process Painting, 2016