One Hour/One Painting—The Grotto

Saturday, Mar 23, 2013  2pm–3pm iCal

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Enjoy the uncommon luxury of exploring a single artwork—Miriam Wosk’s The Grotto—for one full hour. A rich experience for the eyes and mind, “One Hour/One Painting” trains visitors in a method of meditative, concentrated looking developed by art educator Peter Clothier. Clothier leads the group with brief instructions throughout.

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About Peter Clothier:
Peter Clothier is an internationally-known writer who believes in avoiding the jargon that obscures current art writing. He seeks to achieve a harmony of mind, heart, and body in his work, and looks for this quality in the artists he writes about. A reformed academic, Clothier has returned to teaching, in mostly non-traditional ways: workshops, continuing groups, and individual coaching and mentoring for artists and writers.