We are excited to announce that our community has come together to form a focus group of Color of Woman Teacher and Coach graduates called the Intentional Creatives Guild. Together we will work towards bringing a global calendar of Intentional Creativity to provide this education where it is most needed and wanted. We will keep you updated as our calendar and our projects begin to unfold. To find a teacher in your area, just go to the Teachers tab!
Our work combines inquiry, intention, imagination and actions to bring about stories that provide insights and awareness.
Color of Woman graduates have a chance to participate in a global Guild of Intentional Creatives post training. We thought it might be wonderful to feature a few of them with you that actively have classes happening as well as art work developing! Some of these sites are in process, but we think it will be enjoyable to see them and see the diversity of how Intentional Creativity can be used.
Emily K. Grieves
I approach my art making as an opportunity to embark on a journey, to open doorways and to walk along that fine line that separates the visible and invisible worlds, attempting to build bridges of connection between the two.
I am passionate about helping individuals & groups discover core truths, move through transitions with more ease, & live Legendary lives! As we change our stories, we can change our lives, and that ripples out to our families and communities.
Mary Ann Matthys
Each and everyday you have the choice to make a difference in the world. What will you do with this day? Choose to make a difference.
To create with intention: to let go of the old stories that no longer serve us, and to think of our lives as legends that we create, and not allowing life to just happen to us.
Open to Mystery, Explore Life’s Depth Dimensions, Deepen Our Freedom
My desire and intention is to share what I have gained and learned from my life long experiences as an artist and as a trained Colour of Woman teacher and Intentional Creativity Coach with a growing tribe of women who are seeking to explore and express their inner artist.
Playful Creative Exploration with other women nurtures you as we connect with others. You discover, as you relax, renew and rejuvenate, that we all require useful tools and techniques to find clarity in our life and define our authentic purpose.
Elizabeth leads her students on vision quests and creative adventures utilizing universal sacred symbols and archetypes and the Jungian process of “active imagination”.
Kerry Lee is a transformational catalyst in community guiding artists and “non” artists in Intentional Creativity, where introspection ignites innovation through group retreats, corporate team building and individual coaching.
The approaches we use to help you find a deeper sense of self through embodied practice are dedicated to bridging the intersection of science AND mythology, neuroscience AND theology, creative practice AND ancient changework tools that actually work.
Through my work I endeavour to make the invisible visible. To assist in the understandings of the illusionary world. Exploring what is behind the veils to see the space between the spaces.
Art’s ability to awaken the internal muse – or inner voice—and quiet the inner critic was revolutionary to me. I want to bring that out into the world and back to the professionals who ensure the safety and health of children and nurture healthy families.
I am a woman who has always believed in the web that connects all life and the innate worthiness of every living being. This belief has helped me find the good – the lessons – in the many challenges that life has brought my way.
I create with the intention of honoring the earth upon whom I walk as well as providing opportunities for others to step into a deeper connection with their heart and their planet through art doctoring and intentional sketching.
Heidi Sequoia Moondancer
Imagine a safe community of women who believe in you, support you, and challenge you to live loud and on purpose… a tribe of women in a safe and nurturing space to be honest and wildly creative, all without judgement.
The thing is I don’t really create anything, I just listen. I listen and I follow. With any media at my disposal. Music. Movement. Poetry. Canvas. My job is to open spaces where life can be expressed freely, where emotions can be moved, where I can find my identity, where connection can happen, starting with my body.
I believe that women gathering in circle is an opportunity for an extremely nourishing shared experience. Creating with intention and making time for the sacred inside the ordinary are some of the gifts my workshops offer.
You have such great capabilities, such great potential and one way to explore your creative genius is to allow the artist in you to come out.
Amber Kuileimailani Bonnici
is an intuitive creativity coach who helps exhausted women unwind, have fun and recreate the lives they want by teaching them to access their creative power.
Suzanne Grace Michell
I am devoted to helping women connect with self, spirit and creativity and to consciously choose to take charge of how they are telling their stories – to themselves and to the world.
At the heart of my images I’m investigating our interconnectedness, compassion and the expansiveness of Love.
I am a Shaman Muse for the Soul and HeARTist.
My work, my passion, is to clear away the “I’m not creative, I don’t matter” self-imposed limitations to living fully and freely.
Eileen Nash is a Visionary Path-Finding Artist, Nurse & Health Professional who Loves working with Nurses & Healers to help You find the Source of Your ‘Mojo’!
Our feminine flow has a rhythm all it’s own, but the busyness of the world makes it easy to disconnect. I can help you re-member how to deeply listen – feeling when it’s time to move and when to be still, when to charge forward, and when to sit in our breath.
Crystal Charlotte Easton
Visionary Art is just as astonishing to the Artist as it is to the viewer. This much is certain: the work does not come from the artists… it comes through us.
Maybe you don’t feel creative. Or that artful play is worthwhile. Maybe you’ve tried art journaling or painting before. I am here to say to you that so many things that are good, and nearly everything that is necessary, starts with resistance.
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