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Meriel GoldArtist

SAND14_Meriel-GoldWhat Meriel Gold (Hoare) finds she loves about drawing and painting is the “stop” as her brush or hand touches the canvas or paper, like a rest. It seems in this pause or rest that we simply meet the quietness of ourSelf, which she feels is what we are all really yearning for, and which in fact, is always here, just waiting to be noticed!  Having found this aspect of rest in ourSelf, it is much easier to taste it in the day to day  activities of our living.

Meriel has been painting and drawing all her life. She studied at the Slade School of Art in London, with Oscar Kokoschka in his “School of Seeing” in Salzburg and with Cecil Collins

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4 Responses to “Meriel Gold”

  1. March 13, 2015 at 4:21 pm, Kalyana mitra said:

    I Absolutely Loved! Merial Gold’s Art class! It was surely no ‘regular’ exploration of Art; it was more so, a “journey into the human soul” through the adventure of movement and expression in the course of just a few hours… A few hours that ripple a deep impression in the pool of a lifetime! I was a part of the class at the Science and Nonduality conference/ 2014 at the Dolce Mansion in San Jose, but Love! the fact that Meriel will be present for others in Italy, what a Gift! 🙂

  2. March 13, 2015 at 4:27 pm, Kalyana mitra said:

    Meriel Gold’s Art workshop: at Science & Nonduality/ Dolce Hayes Mansion, San Jose/ 2014.

  3. March 13, 2015 at 4:29 pm, Kalyana mitra said:

    Meriel’s techniques of incorporating the Human expression into Art goes beyond the paint brush! The human instrument as the direct expression of the Art form/ Form that your Art takes!

  4. March 13, 2015 at 4:33 pm, Kalyana mitra said:

    (A few other photos from Meriel’s previous workshops): These are just a few of the instruments she brings as part of her Amazing workshop! You might never have considered something you previously saw to be considered a ‘tool of expression’… such as a Leaf, ?! 😉

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