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Artist Talk with Robin Wiltse
November 29 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
We welcome you to an artist talk given by Robin Wiltse in partnership with the Kutenai Art Therapy Institute (KATI). The talk will explore Robin’s artist-in-residence project completed through Touchstones Nelson and Selkirk College. With the guidance of Monica Carpendale from KATI, the conversation will be centered on art as mechanism for healing and working through grief.
This is a free event open to all.
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About Robin Wiltse:
Of her work, Robin Wiltse says: As an artist I observe and absorb colours, inspired by the play of light and the spaces in between. Working with fibre I am drawn to the weightless, familiar and tactile luminosity of wool. I have been striving for control and detail with a single needle, entangling loose strands into patterns, forms and illustrations. I am building stories with layers, delighting in the harmonies and discords that occur in the relationships of colours. Wrestling in soapy water a painting of a million strands emerges, invoking memory and feeling. It is through this process, this art of felting, that I am able to be physically connected and sensitive to the unfolding. http://robinwiltse.com/
About Monica Carpendale:
Monica is the founder of and academic dean at the Kutenai Art Therapy Institute. She has 25 years of experience in art therapy, teaching, supervising and clinical practice. In 2009, Monica published her first book entitled Essence and Praxis in the Art Therapy Studio and her first art therapy DVD entitled An Angel with a Broken Wing. https://info.kutenaiarttherapy.com