Building off of the success of March Pratibimba's art retreat and in person classes and workshops!, here is the June Art and Leadership Retreat in Scenic WatsonVille Sign Up

Pratibimba | Sujata Tibrewala

It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that the Pratibimba March Art were some of the most fulfilling days not just for us at Pratibimba but for all the participants. We began our days with walks by the riverside, practiced yoga and mediation. Feasted on vegan food that nourished the body and soul. There was so many creative outlets to learn from — from astrophotography classes to mandala making to learning making structures like "Seattle Space Needle" out of waste cardboard boxes. Participants got to paint a starry night city on canvas in art science classes which will adorn their houses and will serve as beautiful reminder of this bonding that we developed over the weekend. Insta Reel

We moved along as friends who talked about life, the world, art and science. We really built a new family we can’t wait to see again! Sign Up here

In the ongoing art classes participants pick what want to paint while they learn the concepts of light and color, human proportions, optics of painting the eye and other masterpieces. They walk away with a finished piece of art at the end of each class, be it "Raya and the Dragon", Van Gogh's "Starry Night" or a landscape that means something to them. Creative sessions such as these and many more await you at our workshops and classes. Choose from Mandala making, Art-i-science, character drawing, and many more classes.

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WHILE YOU'RE HERE, check out Sujata Tibrewala's tribute to the legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, also known as the nightingale of bollywood. Watch Sujata paint a stunning portrait of the singer in her video short. According to her, "Lataji was and [will] remain a part of our lives. Her songs [will] live and teach newer generations to love and belong with a passion. Here’s to the voice that has impacted each one of us."