Buddha at the Gas Pump
An interview with Rick Archer, show host and founder of the popular website batgap.com. Rick has interviewed hundreds of spiritual teachers over the years, and he spoke with Stewart on November 16, 2013 about the connection between process painting and non-duality. Watch the interview or listen to the podcast on iTunes.
"I heard Stewart Cubely speak of his work and I realized its coming from Source -- and yet Stewart did not use any non-duality jargon."
Painting Process and Spirituality
A short synopsis of the principles underlying The Painting Experience.
Read What Recent Participants are Saying....
“For as long as I have been teaching mindfulness, I have also been painting and exploring creative expression as a vital part of my spiritual life. Just as we meet ourselves with mindfulness on the cushion, we also meet ourselves in the moment-to-moment movement of the brush on the page. Stewart Cubley knows the delicate skill of entering the process with you and guiding you ever so gently and playfully into the deeper waters of your soul's exploration. The result is an expansion of being and creative possibility.”
"What was so fabulous about this weekend was taking the inward journey in a safe environment where you are your own facilitator. There is nurturing, gentle assistance, if you want it.
You can see (experience) places where you may be stuck, things you don't like, places you don't want to go. Things that bring you joy, things you'd like to repeat, things you wouldn't. And it's all up to you. The journey you take is your own. You can travel, watch, resist, whatever you like... you are the travel agent, the map, the trip tick, the driver and the passenger. Yeeha!"
~ Rasa Lofley July 15, 2013
"I didn't come to the painting experience knowing that I could paint like this! It was a total discovery to me, that I had this ability to draw with a brush and that these "Ideas" or themes were even inside of me. This "Other World" that came out of me is very intense, and it has enriched my life."
~ Kathryn Le Page May 20, 2013
An Interview with Stewart Cubley
Listen to (or read) an interview with Stewart Cubley by Aletta de Wal, founder of ACT (Artists Career Training) on the role of process in the life of a professional artist.
Individual Coaching for Your At-Home Painting Practice
We are pleased to announce several programs designed to support your personal process painting practice at home. These programs are led by senior facilitators of the Painting Experience and provide you with the opportunity to grow into your capacity for living creatively and wakefully.
A great choice for firing up your own creative conversation.
The Painting Experience is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization that depends on the generosity of individuals like you to fund expenses that our program fees cannot fully cover. We invite you to join us in creating a new Painting Experience Scholarship Fund to help us make our programs available to those who would not otherwise be able to participate. Contribute $75.00 or more and receive a smock embroidered with The Painting Experience logo.
Bring the Painting Experience to a location near you!
CE Credits for Nurses (as well as MFT/LCSW)
Creating Community Through Study Groups - an article by Annie Rousseau
Poems and Quotes