Amy is available for presenting workshops.
The Hunger for Hope: Spiritual Journeys of Vincent Van Gogh and Frida Kahlo 

Workshop Description: 
Remaining hopeful in times of adversity is the outcome of living a creative life. It’s about experiencing a passionate existence. Artists Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890), from Holland, and Frida Kahlo (1907 – 1954), from Mexico, endured many trials during their lives. However, each individual developed a truly astounding capacity for hope. Since neither Van Gogh nor Kahlo initially chose to become an artist, it appears that one’s most helpful asset might well be the ability to re-imagine life. During this one-day workshop, participants compare and explore some of the works of Van Gogh and Kahlo in order to fully understand how creativity supports the development of a hope-filled life.

Hands-on workshops or seminars, involving visual art and/or poetry,
are also available.   
Prices vary for different venues, locations and depending on the number of participants. Books are always included in the workshop fees.
For more information on scheduling a workshop and on the topic of the transformative power of the arts to help and to heal, contact Amy Kindred at