is a painter, facilitator, teacher, and art program director at the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center (www.oaec.org) in Sonoma County, Calif. He has offered workshops and exhibited extensively throughout California.
Painting can be a profound experience — one that engages all of our senses, our minds, and our spirits. It brings together observation with introspection, contemplation, and healing. One of the most rewarding ways to explore painting is by painting outside. Faced with nature’s dynamic forces, we develop visual sensitivity, flexibility, and resilience. We come into deeper relationship with nature and with ourselves. We begin to see the world as never before, and our paintings give evidence of that new vision.
Skillful collaboration is facilitated by an open mind and heart, keen powers of observation of self and others, compassionate communication, a whole-systems view, and a willingness to witness and experience transformation. This program, led by artist and facilitator Adam Wolpert, will promote these qualities while enhancing leadership skills, self-awareness, and capacity to contribute to positive change at any scale.