Arts

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“Creativity is not a noun or even a verb – it is a place, a space,
a gathering, a union wherein the Divine powers of creativity
& the human power of imagination join forces.
Where the two come together is where beauty and grace happens,
and indeed, explodes.
Creativity constitutes the ultimate in intimacy, for it is the place
where the Divine and the human are most destined to interact.”

Matthew Fox

Exhibits and Presentations by Anne Ierardi is available for Galleries and Organizations – Contact Anne at 508-375-0918. 

 www.amifinearts.com

Cahoon Museum Alhambra

“Landscapes of the Imagination”
“Landscapes of the Imagination” depict Anne’s travels over the past six years to Sicily,  Portugal, Spain, Umbria, and California.  Each trip involved an aspect of her love of art, music, psychology and spiritual life and the people she encountered there.

To read a review of Landscapes of the Imagination see this Barnstable Patriot article.

Spirituality, Healing and the Arts

Anne is available to give talks and retreats to groups and organizations on loss and authenticity.

Authenticity in the Lives and Music of Ladies of Jazz, a multi-media presentation of Jazz portraits.  This presentation can be combined with an art show of the portraits and music.  In 2009 Anne presented to physicians and psychotherapists at the Creativity & Madness Conference in Barcelona, Spain and at the Zion Union Heritage Museum in Hyannis, MA.

 

Hosting a Walking with Grief: A Healing Journey Book Signing or Exhibit.  A workshop on healing from loss, a service of healing, a tea with lecture are possible venues.

The Sacred Arts Interview – Anne Ierardi was featured on the website “Abbey of the Arts.”  Highlights her work and views on the relationship between spirituality and the arts.  Click on the link below to read the interview:
http://abbeyofthearts.com/blog/2008/10/13/sacred-artist-interview-anne-ierardi/

Ask not what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive…then go do it.Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.   Howard Thurman