Sunday, August 8, 2010

How-To, Mother Henna

The amazing Mother Henna has a series of really awesome How-To videos for creating heART. As part of our dedication to inspiring you to create as well as sit with art, I asked Kara if she was willing to share some of those videos on still life 365. And she was. YAY!

Her original post on the subject can be found on her blog, Mother Henna. This is only part one of the series and her blog has part two, part three as well as links to her amazing art dream journals. I found these immensely useful in creating my own art journal at home, as well as for the traveling journal. Enjoy them.


about Kara L.C. Jones.
Kara L.C. Jones, aka Mother Henna, is the Radical Creative behind all things In 1999, after the death of their son Dakota, Kara and her partner Hawk co-founded Kota Press (KOTA: Knowing Ourselves Thru Art), an expressive arts outreach. Through their KOTA work and in partnership with the MISS Foundation, they have been mentoring other bereaved parents and caregivers around the world, offering creative perspectives on learning to life again after loss. As a coach to private clients, Kara facilitates the exploration of grief and creativity using many tools for alternative mind, body, spiritual health. Some of her specialties include henna art, heART-making, co-active coaching, Reiki, Tapping, asking the answerable questions and more. Kara keeps a radical creativity blog at Mother HennaKota Loss & Compassion Blog.Kara has been featured three times on still life 365 with her scrapbook page for her son Dakota, her poem Take-out Order, and her poem the After Life

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