Center for Spiritual Care

Integrating Body, Mind, Spirit & Creativity

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Marcy Von Kohorn "Eastern Spirit, Western World" Exhibit

Artist Reception Wednesday, May 24th from 5:00-7:00 p.m.

Marcy Von Kohorn’s exhibit, “Eastern Spirit, Western World,” at the Center for Spiritual Care, caps more than six decades of her artistic career.  Von Kohorn’s work has evolved from an early interest in Asian brush painting to sophisticated work that has shown in the Norton Gallery, Lincoln Center, the National Arts Club, and the Pen and Brush Club in New York City, among other venues.

Painting on rice paper, silk, gold leaf and gold leaf boards, Von Kohorn’s  results are stunningly beautiful in their depth and complexity.  Her balance of the Yin (feminine) and Yang (masculine) energies infuses her work with Chi, the essence of spirit or life itself.

Her awards include solo and first prizes from the Norton Gallery of Art in Palm Beach, the Old Greenwich Art Society, the National League of American Pen Women, the Sumi-e Society of America, and the Wang Chi-Yuan Memorial Award in Washington, D.C.

Over the years, Von Kohorn has been represented by galleries in Old Lyme and Westport, CT, Orlando and Stuart, FL, Southern Exposure in West Palm Beach, and most recently at the Darby Gallery in Vero Beach.

Works by Von Kohorn are in selected collections around the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Egypt.  One of the highlights of her extensive career was her 1970s exhibit in Cairo at the Center for International Cultural Cooperation.

Please call to view 772-567-1233.



Transcendental Meditation Presentation with Nancy and Sue Dudley

Friday, June 2nd from 7:00-8:00 pm

The most effective meditation technique is also the easiest to learn and most enjoyable to practice.  Widely studied at medical schools and research institutes, benefits of TM include eliminating stress and anxiety and developing creativity, focus and memory.  Donations are appreciated.



Fifteenth Annual Icon Workshop with Father Richard Cannuli

Monday thru Saturday, June 19th - 24th from 9:30-4:30 pm

During our six-day workshop students will create an icon using ancient techniques and natural materials rich with symbolic meaning: wood panels prepared with gesso, finely ground clay, 23-karat Italian gold leaf, and mineral pigments in an emulsion made from egg yolk.  Previous artistic experience is not required, since icon painting is as much a contemplative form of prayer as an artistic discipline.  Each student will complete an icon under Father Richard's guidance and instruction.  All materials will be provided.

Augustinian Friar Richard: Villanova University’s Art Gallery director, a professor of studio art, a well-known water-colorist, liturgical design consultant, and has designed and constructed hand-sewn religious vestments, furnishings and accessories for churches worldwide.   His 2012 icon exhibit tour of Italy, the Czech Republic and Poland led to a gift of one of his icons to Pope Francis I.

Tuition is $600 (A non-refundable 300.00 deposit is required by May 15th to hold your place)  Please register below or by check to the Center for Spiritual Care, 1550 24th Street, Vero Beach, FL  32960.  Workshop location is First Presbyterian Church, 520 Royal Palm Blvd., Vero Beach.

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