Experience the power of play and creativity with Nature in a Self Pollinate Nature Mandala Workshop. Dive into the process of Mandala making, enriched with ancient meaning, intuition, personal insight and joy, inviting Nature and her elements to reveal more than meets the eye.
Expect to reconnect with your natural creative centre in a playful, peaceful and intriguing way. We will create a number of Mandalas alone as well as in a group in a supportive and gentle environment.
Come and join me for the afternoon to PLAY, CREATE & SELF POLLINATE!
Adelaide - To Be Announced.
Experience the power of play and creativity with nature in an exclusive Self Pollinate Nature Mandala Workshop at Peter Lehmann Wines Cellar Door in the Barossa Valley. Join me for this beautiful workshop during my 2017 SALA Exhibition “Still Point”.
Using an array of locally grown foliage as inspiration, I will demonstrate the traditions of mandala making and invite you to dive into your own unique mandala expression, enriched with ancient meaning, intuition, personal insight and joy. Expect to reconnect with your natural creative centre in a playful, peaceful and intriguing way.
Limited to only 20 guests, your ticket includes morning tea, lunch and a glass of wine by the warm open fire to keep you inspired as you play the day away.
When: Friday 18th August 2017, 10am -1:30pm
Investment: $95 per person
Where: Peter Lehmann Wines Cellar Door, Para Road, Tanunda
What to bring: Camera (iphone is great) to capture your creations, any flowers/foliage from your garden/environment that hold meaning for you (not compulsory - flowers and foliage will be provided), and an open mind.
What is provided: Morning tea, lunch and one glass of wine, flowers, foliage and workshop bits and bobs.
Further details will be sent to you via email on ticket purchase. Purchase tickets HERE
Please note: This particular workshop content will be focused towards adult themes and therefore not recommended for children.
Any questions please drop me an email firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to spending a play filled day with you! Janelle xx
Sunday 30th October 2016
10am - 3pm
Langmeil Winery, Tanunda
With a growing number of artisan producers in SA's Barossa Valley, it's not just the world-famous wines that draw people to the area. And, to celebrate some of the region's makers, Country Style Magazine is hosting a special reader event at Langmeil Winery in Tanunda, on Sunday 30th October, that includes a series of 4 workshops, and long table lunch, in a day presented by local producers.
Sourdough bread making for home bakers with William Wood
Kombucha brewing with Scullery Made Tea
Rustic spoon making with reclaimed materials by Ottimade
Nature mandalas with Self Pollinate
Home bakers will delight in making delicious sourdough with chef William Wood from Careme Pastry. Referred to locally as the 'Bread Jedi', William will share his expert knowledge to help you create the kind of sourdough bread normally only found in artisan bakeries, at home.
Baking is thirsty work, so Cherie Hausler of Scullery Made Tea will demonstrate the art of brewing kombucha, a fermented tea that is lauded for its health benefits. Cherie originally made this blend for a select group of regular customers at the Barossa Farmers' Market and will share her secret recipe for the first time with Country Style readers for this event.
You'll also get to take home a keepsake of your experience in the Barossa, thanks to a spoon-making session with artist Ilona Glastonbury from Otti Made. Using reclaimed copper, Ilona will help you create a beautiful, rustic spoon to treasure.
Finally, unleash your creativity by making a nature mandala with Janelle Amos of Self Pollinate. Using an array of locally grown foliage as inspiration, Janelle will demonstrate the traditions of mandala making so that you can create your own expression of nature's beauty. As a memento, you'll receive a photograph of your mandala to print at home.
Along with hands-on skills from the day, you will also take home starter kits with all you need for sourdough bread baking and kombucha making, and a beautiful bottle of Langmeil Wine, amongst other Barossa goodies.
A locally sourced, organic, whole food lunch will be included in the day, handcrafted by the Barossa's favourite foodies, Little & Often.
Tickets are limited, and are inclusive of all 4 workshops, lunch and extra goodies.