Eye of the Dove,
Tender & Strong as the Dawn
Ice to cool the flames
A branch to hold onto
A grotto for refuge
A wreathe of evergreens
to refresh the spirit
Feathers the colors of the earth
And an eye, as tender & strong as the
PhotoPoem from Akiba & Maryam
Birch trees casting swords of light,
Piercing the darkness.
PhotoHaiku from Akiba & Maryam
Expressions of the transcendent self created by the marvelous women in the Expressive Arts for Peace and Joy class as part of the Prevention and Healthy Living Program at the Maine Medical Center.
Candles Lighting the Way designed by the incredible artists from the Women's Healing Arts Circle at The Center for Wisdom's Women.
My blue grey feathers
and the blue grey stones,
we keep each other company
with our stillness.
In early morning love,
the dreamy reflections
PhotoPoem offering from Akiba & Maryam
Inspiring Painted Mandalas from Expressive Arts for Peace & Joy class at Maine General Hospital Prevention & Healthy Living Program. Mandalas painted by : Amanda, Dawn, Kathy, Liz, Cindy, and Andrea. Beautiful Jewelry from Making Jewelry to Express Inner Jewels Workshop at Stained Glass Express and Morning Glory Arts Therapy. Fusing jewelry by Elnas, Sara, Eileen, and Sara D.
Awe~inspiring jewelry by artists at Making Jewelry to Express Inner Jewels Workshop at Stained Glass Express.
Glass paintings with stringer & confetti glass to express the balance between holding on and letting go... Creations by the gifted and noble women in the Healing Arts Circle at The Center for Wisdom's Women.
Young female watches for fish
Our kayaks are still
Haiku by Maryam
If you splash one way
and I splash the other way
PhotoHaiku ~ Akiba & Maryam
Bold and beautiful artists sharing their jewelry and watercolor paintings from the Women's Healing Arts Circle at The Center for Wisdom's Women. Inspired by the themes of playfulness and the human voice as an instrument of kindness they wish to share their creative power. In order of appearance from left to right the artists are: Gaudence Ntawembarira, Ines Mugisha, Jodi Hilliard, Sue Coker, Nicole Johnson, Alicia and Jaylin Wright.
Playful glass creations by the Women's Healing Arts Circle at The Center for Wisdom's Women