Pirates of Irish Persuasion & Extraction (PIPE), Seton Hall's Irish cultural
society, presents a Sacred Arts workshop for beginners: Painting and Gilding
Join us for an all-new painting workshop to explore the
sacred mystery of the Celtic spiral inspired by Ireland's Book of Kells.
At this event, co-sponsored by Campus Ministry, the Center for Catholic
Studies, and the Department of Communication and the Arts, and supported
by a grant from the Office of Alumni Relations, we'll time-travel to
the Emerald Isle in brilliant colors and gold!
just one Saturday, February 2, 2013, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. in the Living Room of the
Bishop Dougherty University Center, Seton Hall University, we will host our
exploration of the mystery of the creation of Ireland's famous Book of Kells.
Come to enjoy Celtic music and an introductory art film describing the symbols
and techniques of illumination by the monks of Iona and Kells. Is this a book by
the hands of angels or men?
At this workshop, we will learn from Workshop Facilitator Terry Galvin
Anderson about the traditional art of manuscript illumination and the pigments
and minerals that were ground to create beautiful, jeweled colors such as lapis
lazuli, malachite and other brilliant materials. We'll also explore the mystery
of Creation from the perspective of Celtic spirituality while you learn the art
of gilding (laying 24K gold) and painting your own Celtic spiral. You will go
home with a finished piece!
This workshop is for you whether you are a beginner or love to paint.
All instruction, materials, brushes, gold and lunch will be provided for a
fee of $20 for full-time Seton Hall University students and $40 for all others.
To register, call PIPE President Carlie Wheeler at (732) 763-7221 or
Space is limited to 20 participants; register today!
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