WILLIAM HENRY PRICE
We're coming into a new time now, and art is remembering forgotten ways.
We long for a more potent poetic language akin to the Bardic tradition. For the ancients, speech invoked the patterns of life, and art was a means of exchange with the invisible. It strikes me that modern physics has also had a keen fascination with the invisible, and as science continues to outgrow its materialist style, with its denatured language, we can return afresh to ancient ways with modern vigor. And we are called to deepen our uses of art, as well It is not far-fetched to think that the scientist of the future will be an artist.
We host workshops in wonderful natural settings where we work both in the studio and outdoors. Through painting, drawing and writing we form intimate contacts with trees, wildflowers, rocks and weather. With good food, laughter and a community of new artist friends, our poetic vocabulary blossoms, and our mastery with color and form grows.