Wassily Kandinsky’s explosive compensations of colorful forms and gestures suggest a synesthetic quality in his paintings. Sparked by Kandinsky’s concentric circles, and influenced by contemporary observations of pattern and rhythms, art educator and specialist in mindfulness education, Lark Keeler, will guide participants in exploring unseen patterns in our breathing, thinking, and biochemistry while working with repetition in art and rhythms.
Creativity Exploration is NSU Art Museum’s new workshop series that promotes the benefits of creative exploration and the mind-to-body experience. Studies have proven that 45 minutes of creative activity a day can significantly lessen stress in the body and increase mental clarity and relaxation. In addition to producing a sense of wellbeing, the one-hour interactive sessions heighten participants’ perceptions of forms, while increasing brain connectivity through visual and cognitive stimulation.
$10 museum members; $15 non-members. RSVP here or call 954-262-0258.