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Beverage of choice
Watercolors (any make or set you have is suitable)
Watercolor paper, 140 lb. (300 gsm) is best
Watercolor brush (a medium round and small round or detailer is ideal)
pencil and something round for drawing the wreath shape
Journal for note taking
A quiet place
Journal Prompts (If you're keeping a Magical Mindfulness journal)
What was your takeaway from today's sessions?
About Lucy Brydon
Lucy Brydon is a mixed media artist living in Scotland. She previously worked for nearly 15 years as a primary school art specialist teacher and now works as a self-employed artist and art tutor. Her work combines printmaking, watercolor and gouache, which reflects her love of nature, layers, texture, and storytelling. She is mainly influenced by Scottish folklore, children's book illustrations, and the natural world. She has published a variety of online courses and teaches both adults and children, including a monthly subscription based "art lab" in watercolor and gouache. She teaches multiple in-person courses, including a yearly art retreat held in a castle, along with artist Karen Campbell. Lucy is currently working on her first non-fiction art book, which will feature tutorials in gelatin mono printing in an illustrative style.
About Dagmar Bauer-Prigatano
A dedicated alternative healthcare practitioner for over 26 years, integrative health and wellness coach, and licensed acupuncturist, Dagmar Bauer-Prigatano offers guidance to women and men from around the world to look and feel vital and vibrant, with a focus on breaking-through chronic pain and chronic illness related concerns. Dagmar applies a holistic approach of timeless Eastern principles and up-to-date Western information, which allows individuals to take a more active role in self-care toward their health and well-being.