The creative individual is a source of the continuing power of evolution that can give birth to the dawn of a new wholeness. We need a greater capacity to access our unconscious creative potential, that values Mother Earth and includes both the masculine and the feminine principles. A renewing (balancing) and rising feminine can be seen today, in the world and in each one of us. We are gathering together to explore and pursue these principles through art, psychology and creativity.
We invite you to join us.
THIS IS US; CREATIVE, CONCERNED AND COMPASSIONATE PEOPLE:
COEleen Kiebert, MS
ARTIST & TEACHER
Coeleen has for many decades taught art and ceramic sculpture along with the deepening psychological influences of C. G. Jung, Abraham Maslow and Frank Barron. She continues to produce sculpture and teach in her Aptos, California studio.
PSYCHIATRIST & TEACHER
Jon is an award-winning poet and has worked in radio for most of his life. He’s a former Chair and Board Member of the Numina Center for Spirituality & the Arts. He currently facilitates a Rilke reading group sponsored by the Friends of the San Francisco Jung Institute.
EXECUTIVE & TEACHER
PAINTER & POET
Sherrie is a painter, poet and calligrapher, exploring where these three disciplines meet. Her art and poems are published in her award winning book, On Softer Ground. From 1978-1985 she co-created a yearly back-to-the-land festival and co-produced Homesteaders News magazine.
ARTIST / PHILOSOPHER
Tim is the first American artist ever invited to give a solo exhibit at the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia, the world’s largest art museum, where his sculptures remain on permanent display. His work has gained notice also among some of the world’s peacemakers.
PAStor & poet
Judith wrote with Poets and Astronomers in San Francisco, studied Creative Writing at San Diego State University and Chico State University, and with Iris Jamal Dunkle, in Sebastopol. She has been an advocate for women, LGBTQIA, and other social justice issues, in the church and out, since the 1970’s.