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Creative Landscape Workshop

At the age of four, you were an artist. And at seven, you were a poet.
- Seth Godin

Do you remember what that was like? Do you yearn to create the art that is truly you? On October 23rd, we're going to give it a go together. It's a photography workshop to bring the vision back. Come on out and play.

I've been talking about doing this workshop for years and I'm really looking forward to it. Here are the details.

The Creative Landscape Photography Workshop
October 23 2010, 9am - 5pm
Kellar Mahaney Gallery, Zionsville, IN

Explore your creative vision to make images that are authentically you. We'll spend part of the day at the Kellar Mahaney Gallery considering artistic values and approaches. And then we'll be out around the parks of Zionsville with our cameras. We'll take plenty of pictures and likely a lot of bad ones. Why? Because we're going to experiment and be stretched. You'll finish the day with new direction and inspiration.

Kellar Mahaney Gallery
We'll start out at the Kellar Mahaney Gallery, right on the brick main street of downtown Zionsvile, IN and then venture out from there. Lunch is included.

I gave talk about creativity at the gallery earlier this year. View the video.

Registration is $95. It's going to be well worth our time.

Register here.

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