FOCUSED ON THE WHOLE LANDSCAPE AND THE WALL’S PLACE WITHIN IT WITH MARTIN SUMMER
What happens when you look through a hole on the wall? Do you see gnomes and fairies playing on silken violins, dwarves beating steely hammers on shining blades of glory, or lovers riding fearlessly at full gallop into the sunset? Whatever it might be, we all want to look through the hole in the wall to see the world beyond, the world of greater reality, greater magic, greater experience of wholeness. But sometimes we have to build the wall with the whole in mind to get there. Through my years of building with stone, I found it to be a very helpful medium to connecting with the world of the elementals, and of nature, while offering something that helps create a greater whole. Now I am offering a weekend of building with stone and seeing what we can experience through the whole in the wall. Hope to see you through the whole.
The workshop will take place at the Woody End in East Chatham, NY
Saturday and Sunday, November 4th and 5th from 12 noon until 5 pm
Lunch will be served followed by wall building.
Suggested donation, sliding scale $0 to $75.
Please RSVP by a call or a text at 518-821-4320.
Spend the weekend working with stone, in an attempt to experience more of the whole of nature.