Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon
The Creative Spirit in Elders: Touching the Divine Within
Wednesday, September 6, 2017
Since her senior year in college, Mary Landor, now in her 80s, has been devoted to visual art. She earned a Ph.D. in art history, then teaching and publishing about Italian Renaissance sculpture. Recently, her professional work has focused on the medieval poet Christine de Pizan, a strong advocate of women’s rights. Says Mary: "Eight years ago, my daughter, Elizabeth Gibbons, introduced me to intentional creativity, which has made the last journey of my life unbelievably fruitful. It has awakened a dormant world of expression, freed me to live in the present, and touch the divine within." Learn more in this inspiring interview!