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Books I recommend:
Free Play by Stephen Nachmanovich Stephen writes about improvisation from his expertise as a musician. I have found this to be a bible of guidance applied to my intuitive style of painting.
I – Thou (link is video 4 minute summary) by Martin Buber. The relationship “I-Thou” describes my experience when painting.
Wild Mind by Natalie Goldberg Great exercises for bypassing the "judge" and accessing the free flow of intuition. Although this is for writers, it also applies excellently to painting.
The Rocky Mountain Wildlife Foundation Guffey CO 80820 Mark Johnson originally founded this sanctuary because of "Cheyenne the healing wolf." He needs money for fencing to give his "pack" of captive born wolves more space.
The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center Divide, CO 80814 Is a beautiful sanctuary and education facility with wolves, foxes and a fun gift shop
Wolfwood Refuge Ignacio, CO Paula and Craig Watson are a selfless couple who have dedicated their lives to provide a safe haven for wolves and wolfdogs who would otherwise be put to death.
The Medicine Horse Program in Boulder, Colorado is a great program for helping at-risk youth, veterans and wild mustangs.
The Cloud Foundation is dedicated to the protection and preservation of wild horses and burros on our western public lands with a focus on Cloud's herd in the Arrowhead Mountains of Montana.
Places to stay near WolfMuse Studio:
Pine Grove Cabins - adorable rustic cabins right across the road from my WolfMuse Studio in The Old Gallery. Call Bob Wesel (303) 747-2529
Sunshine Mountain Lodge is about 3 miles south of WolfMuse Studio on Hwy 72. Cathy and Cory are wonderful hosts and Certified Health Ministers. Their book Sunshine Mountain Fuel has "everything from health food to comfort food to living food."
Meeker Parkis about 3 miles north but is full due to Conference during the June 19-23 Workshop
Pinebrook Vacation Rentals Link shows pictures of a number of cabins and rooms in and around Allenspark. Email or call to see what is available - (303) 747-2325
Open Mic Review July 29. 2011
Open Microphone at The Old Gallery "TOG Open Mic Flyer"