Expressive Art Retreats and Workshops

Cheryl teaches classes, workshops and retreats both locally and traveling by invitation to your location.
The farm and Studio are located between Kitchener and Stratford Ontario, Canada.

Contact Cheryl to register or to make arrangements.


A six part expressive art series designed as a support for moving through and beyond depression or feeling caught in cycles. Topics are coordinated with “playing” with paint, paper and fabric materials provided for you to open your creative side, relax, and gently encourage inner healing. Projects are “safe” for those who are new to artists’ materials.
Wednesday evenings beginning May 1 6 weeks = $120.00
Available for adults or teens.
Arrangements can be made to travel to you location if a group is interested.
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B) Expressive Art Retreats and Workshops

Art to express emotions is safe, relaxing and powerful. Let go, enjoy childlike play, as art shows the way to gain insight and channel whatever you're going through. It's a place to be quiet, rest, escape, pull inward, to refuel, and honour inner wisdom.

Bring balance and vitality to your life by seeing yourself as creative. As you flow with your creative energy, there is more connection with harmony in life.

Cheryl is a caring facilitator focusing on finding the unique vibrancy of each student. She creates an atmosphere to support the art process and release judgment.

Cheryl is aware of the link between art and mental health after walking from depression and will gently walk with you as you open your creativity

  • Expressive Art Workshop
  • If you're new to artist materials or not, you'll fit in! This class is about expression, non-judgment, and exploration of various materials and tools.

    I will prepare and present an inspiration, technique, instruction, or some sort of gentle challenge at the beginning of each session to get you going... then I step back, watch, and provide support for what you choose to do with it.

    You may come with a project in mind to work on, perhaps you need a time and place reserved in your week to give yourself a creative outlet, maybe you just need to create, you may need an inspiration or instruction, or perhaps you enjoy the energy of being with other wonderful creative people. All is good. Will be offered soon 6 weeks = $120.00 plus $20.00 supply fee

    includes basic, cheap supplies. You can bump up the quality by bringing your own.

    Expressive Art Workshop

    same as above but as a retreat weekend

    upcoming dates announced soon or travel to your group $225.00 includes:

    -simple meals

    -basic artist supplies

    -shared accommodation in the farm house; -single bed or bunk -queen bedroom is $40.00 extra (=$265.00 total), -or bring a tent

    KIDZart CAMP!!! Join full time mixed media artist Cheryl Weber Good to explore art in a non-judgement atmosphere. For March Break this year you can come on a day basis instead of signing up for the entire week. The theme: SPRING includes; -making a flock of birds from fabric or paper -various egg decorating techniques with blown eggs -a hike to the bush to select and cut a "tree" -assembling and decorating the tree (we have an Easter tree tradition at our house) -a seeding experience in our greenhouse The setting is a working vegetable farm and artist studios close to highway 7&8 between Stratford and Kitchener. The groups are kept very small for individual attention. 9:00-3:30 x 1 day = $39.00 ($6.00 per hour) with options to negotiate late pick up or early arrivals -includes materials except for special projects -bring a lunch and old clothes and shoes that can get painty or farm dirty. Week long relaxed playful Summer Camps are on the horizon.

    If you would like more information about visiting The Stonehouse Gallery, or you would like to hire Cheryl to facilitate a workshop for your group or organization, please contact her by filling out this form.

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