It is our nature to create. Within each of us, there is a force that tugs at us from within to create and it often feels like a deep longing.
1. Free Your Creative Spirit through a 2-day intensive workshop
Take two days to dig deep and discover and express your creativity through your medium and activity of choice. This workshop is for anyone who wants to be more creative and innovative in anything that they do, whether work, the arts, hobbies or relationships. During the workshop, you will learn about the creative process in general and explore your own creative process in a safe confidential environment free of criticism or judgement. You will learn to recognize obstacles or blocks that interfere with your creativity, and you will set your own set of creative goals. A combination of presentations, interactive discussion, meditation, writing, journaling and painting will be used to uncover your blocks, set your goals and unleash your creativity. On the second day, you will complete a short creative project.
Following the workshop, attendees may choose to have a one-on-one session with the facilitator to discuss their specific creative issues.
Contact the artist for workshop dates/schedule.
2. Creativity Group Sessions
Explore and discuss your own creative process in a series of 8 weekly 2 hour meetings with a small group of 5 to 6 individuals. Work on finding your process, inspiration and setting personal creative goals through a series of discussions and exercises to free and stimulate your creativity. This workshop is suited for anyone who wants to be more creative or innovative, whether at work, in the arts, sports or hobbies.
SKYPE group - Contact the artist for workshop dates/schedule.
Visit www.CarlaWeaver.ca or www.CarlaWeaver.com for more workshop information. Register at www.CarlaWeaver.ca
I am a member of the Federation of Canadian Artists Arrowsmith Chapter and the DeCosmos Fine Art Society on Vancouver Island. In the past, I have been a member of the South Delta Artists’ Guild, the Vancouver Arts Council, Delta Arts Council, and the Surrey Arts Council. I have been on the Boards of Directors of the Delta Arts Council and on the South Delta Artists’ Guild as Secretary, Chair of the Gallery Committee, President, and Past President.
My studio, located in Parksville, BC, is open by appointment.
I currently have work up at the Parksville Community Centre on Jensen Street in Parksville.
I will be participating in the Mother Earth Show at The Old School House Gallery in Qualicum Beach in September.
From time to time, my work is also shown at the Federation Gallery on Granville Island.
1992 - Alice E. Wilson Award, Canadian Federation of University Women
My work is in various private collections in Canada, the United States and Mexico.
My work was published on the cover of 'Exemplary Research' by Dr. Peter Frost. I also participated in the Poets and Painters book published by the South Delta Artists Guild (2009). Contact me or visit www.SouthDeltaArtistsGuild.com to purchase the Poets and Painters book.
Prints of my work are available in various sizes on canvas. They are also available on paper matted and ready for framing in either a 16 x 20 or 11 x 14 standard frame. Purchases can be made on this website (under catalog) using Paypal. If you have questions, contact the artist by email for more information.
Art cards and matted prints are available with any of my images on them. The cards are 5 x 7, blank inside, and come with a plain envelope. Cards are $5.00 each or buy 5, get 1 free, and can be ordered by emailing the artist.