Education in the Fine Arts in watercolor painting
based on the methods of Liane Collot d’Herbois
in Light, Darkness, and Color.
On-on-one Painting Therapy
in your school, home, my studio or office.
Examples as follows:
Classes ~ Workshops ~ Retreats
Consultations ~ ReadingsSchool and Institution Classes:
All grade levels K-12;
one week and up to 6 to 8-week blocks
Faculty Continuing Education and Enrichment; Board and/or Faculty Retreats: Week-end retreats
Introduction and ongoing training in Light, Darkness, and Color in Painting Therapy according to the methods of Liane Collot d’Herbois
Healing Arts ~ Light, Color, and Darkness in Painting Therapy
Color Sessions in Wet-on-wet, moist-on-moist, veil painting
Drawing exercises in:
Charcoal, pastel, and colored pencil
Individual or group Veil Painting classes, Retreats and workshops
Color Consulting in new or renovated spaces Lazure wall painting commissioned murals for homes, schools, churches
Spiritual Astrology Readings: Natal, Relationship and Transit chart interpretation
based on the work of Rudolf Steiner and Willie Sucher in Astrosophy working with the Sidereal Emphemeris
Classes, retreats and workshops are given in Ms. Loving’s private studio. Ms. Loving is also available to travel to YOUR SCHOOL or YOUR AREA to teach and/or do Painting Therapy. A typical visit would be as short as a weekend retreat and as long as 6 to 8 weeks.
2001-2002 AND 2002-2003
Three 6-week blocks each year
Lake Champlain Waldorf School, Shelburne, Vermont
Taught Light, Color, and Darkness in watercolor to Faculty once each week for first 2 blocks,
(6 weeks each block X 2 = 12 sessions);
Veil Painting for 2 weeks, 1st block,
Wet-on-wet for 2 weeks, 2nd block;
Worked with children (K-10) and adults, average 15 to 20 clients twice weekly for 6 weeks;
Consulted with Anthroposophical Physician for each client;
Offered veil painting and/or wet-on-wet watercolor workshops open to the broader community during the 6-week block. Workshops were as short as a half day and up to 6 Saturday mornings.
Faculty, student and artist’s works exhibited in the school.
References are available upon request.