LUNCHTIME LECTURES AT THE LEGACY
Lessons for Professionalism
Tuesday, November 3rd — 11:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Pearson Legacy Gallery, 13 Dow Road, Deer Isle — (207) 348-2535
“Stimulating Creativity Through Feng Shui”
with Katy Allgeyer
Have you ever jumped out of bed with a great idea for a new project, gulped down breakfast, fed the cats, and raced to your studio only to suddenly feel inhibited and not so enthusiastic anymore? Something to do with the environment. Or, (different scenario) maybe you’ve just moved and have the unusual opportunity to make a brand new studio but you want it to be “just right” so that you can do your work seamlessly – and yet, you are stymied about how to do that so that it indeed fits you perfectly.
In order to create freely, you need an environment that will support your full potential. Katy Allgeyer will give a presentation on helping artists create their studio spaces to enhance rather than dampen creativity. She will cover a general overview of the principles of Feng Shui and the Bagua Map, removing elements that block creativity, and personal ways to let creativity flow naturally and without stress.
Katy Allgeyer is a recognized Feng Shui master with over twenty years experience which she blends with her highly developed intuitive ability, metaphysical shamanic healing methods, and her formal art and design training that make her uniquely qualified to help people realign their environments to support their full potential. She became, after graduation from the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC, a leading fashion designer for Liz Claiborne and her travels for that company gave her a rather global outlook. She now has a studio and gallery in Stonington and continues her painting in High Point, NC during the winter months producing work that is exhibited nationally. She invites you to visit her Feng Shui by Fishgirl blog (http://fengshuibyfishgirl.com) and also her artist’s website, http://www.katyallgeyer.com for more insight into her background.
Lecture fee: $10 at the door. Bring a lunch – coffee, tea and cookies will be provided. For more information and/or to let Carolyn Hecker know if you are planning to attend (don’t want to run out of cookies), call 348-2535 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at the Gallery at 348-6848.