The widest part of the paintbrush is called shoulder. That is just where most artists hold their paintbrush to allow it to bounce and be … Try This about Paintbrush I love
45 min sessions are available in my studio, on the Los Angeles Eastside. Explore a new way to live well and make well. Play with your senses in a space dedicated to practice creative skills.
You can benefit from online coaching sessions. From anywhere in the world, with the tools and objects you love. Mindful observation is the entry point for living well and making well.
45 min sessions are available in your workspace or home. Explore moving, breathing and living well alongside the objects and tools that makes your studio a studio and your home a home.
Tag your friends along, designers and artists, and bring your learning in the workroom. Explore together the economics of your hands and the whole body, to live well and make well.
12 WEEK PLAN
Dedicate 12 weeks of training to cultivate the practice of Body Economics in your life. Move, breathe, and discover how to connect through your senses. Find the alertness to live well and make well.
For students of design, architecture and the visual arts, donation only sessions are provided at my studio, with proceeds to revitalize historic architectural landmarks in Los Angeles.
“For me, the resonance that remains from our contact was Marco's process. The ways he guided my attention reminded me so much about my ability to choose how and where to focus that attention...
...it is so easy to get caught up in making what we produce into something we consider good enough for others, that we can lose the sense of ourselves doing the listening, the asking, the choice making. More and more now I am able to pause and ask - what do I value in this moment, in this drawing, how do I allow what I value to continue to assert itself even as my habits and fears struggle to dominate my expression. It was such a gift to have spent the time with him that I did, and I often think about our sessions as I construct an artistic practice that truly suits me.”
Abby Walsh, Artist