Call to Artists:

  • Take your work to the next level of recognition.

  • Learn to rock your creativity in the time you have.

  • Crispen up your game in a sisterhood of artists / writers.

Get on your path to fulfillment by joining the Practicing Artists' Lab.

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After 25 years of helping artists to fulfill their creative longings and to find their own brand of success in private sessions, I'm thrilled to have launched this group coaching program specifically designed to address the longings of artists.

 

In response to your requests, I'm offering a Wednesday morning lab in the village of Putney, Vermont. The Spring Practicing Artists' Lab is a series of three bi-weekly sessions from 10:00am to 12:30pm on April 4, April 18, and May 2.

Is this for you?

  • Are you a practicing artist?
  • Are you looking to cultivate a devoted following and to find powerful representation?
  • Do you know how to build the perceived value of your work effectively?
  • Would you like to manage your time such that you actually potentiate your creativity?
  • How well developed is your capacity for the discipline that is required to manifest anything?
  • How well do you respond to the call of the work itself?
  • Would you like to open more fully and consistently to "the muse”?
  • What would happen if you were guided by inspiration and grounded in practical action?

If even a few of these questions resonate with you, then the Practicing Artists' Lab is for you.

Working the creative process—getting to know it better and to use that knowledge effectively to develop discipline—is at the heart of the coaching I do with artists.  Then there is finding and forging new ways to place your work in the marketplace and promote it successfully—taking the work to the next level of recognition. These are essential aspects of the challenges that artists generally bring to me.  At the outset, I ask that you begin to see your Self as an instrument of creativity and we set out to hone that instrument.  Everything we take up—from the practical, to the sublime, to the seemingly ridiculous—flows from that.

Scroll down to register now to save your spot and get the early bird price.

"This woman is a practical mystic of a high order. If you are looking for a breakthrough. Lyedie is your gal."  J.T  Artist, New York, NY

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The Practicing Artists' Lab:

Join a potent learning community of six practicing artists looking to:

  • cultivate a devoted following and find powerful representation,
  • build the perceived value of their work,
  • manage their time in a way that supports creativity,
  • and respond to the call of the work itself.

Enjoy three 2-1/2 hour morning sessions in a beautiful, light-filled meeting space.

Engage between sessions in projects and practices that I've developed in my 25 years of helping artists become more successful. (Yes, there will be homework between the bi-weekly sessions.)

It is my honor to be structuring these conversations, and a joy to see what sparks and flows from all the women artists participating in this lab!

Spring Practicing Artists' Lab

Where - The village of Putney, Vermont

When - Three Wednesdays on a bi-weekly basis:

  • April 4th - 10:00-12:30
  • April 18th - 10:00-12:30
  • May 2nd - 10:00-12:30

Register below by March 9th to get the early bird price for this Practicing Artists' Lab - three 2-1/2 hour sessions: $225 (Regular price is $300).

Register Now

  1. Select the April 4th, 10:00am start date link below. It will open a simple registration window. When you've filled out the information, click the "Schedule Appointment" button to submit your registration.
  2. After you complete your registration you will receive an email from me containing preliminary materials so that you can get started right away.
  3. Contact me if you have any questions at all.
  4. Please feel free to share far and wide. I'm developing the on-line coaching format for the Practicing Artists' Lab and I'll be launching it in late 2018.