Coral Ryder – Soul to Soul Art of Auragraphs
In this class will explore the Soul -to-Soul art of Auragraphs. Let us delve into the meaning of colour, as we explore the colourful and symbolic world of Auragraphs, creating and interpreting unique pieces of artwork for psychic readings. This class is designed to enable you with the tools in which to further explore your own potential, psychic, and mediumistic abilities through art. “Art is a wonderful way in which to explore your Mediumistic & Psychic abilities, and you do not need to be a trained artist, in which to begin that journey of discovering the spirit artist within.” Coral Ryder CSNU art
Resources: To get the best out of this class, we recommend that you have ready to hand: paper, chalk pastels, hair spray, paper towels, colour pencils and/or felt tips and pencil sharpener.
Coral Ryder is an Internationally renowned Spirit Portrait and Psychic Artist from Billingham in the Northeast of England. She grew up with an awareness of spirit in a household where mediumship was deemed a normal natural ability. In 2005 she heard a voice from spirit asking her to put down what she was doing and to draw. Following in the footsteps of pioneering spirit artists Frank Leah, Coral Polge, and Harold Sharp, Coral combines her innate talents as a Medium and Artist. Working with a variety of media, pencils, pens, pastels, acrylics, and clay and with spirit guiding her hand she produces thought provoking evidentiary portraits of spirits. She also draws inspiration from nature, the ethereal and spiritual realms to create Auragraphs, a form of soul-to-soul art exploring colours and symbolism in relation to the individual.
Coral is passionate about her calling and work for the spirit world and is known for her no-nonsense down to earth approach to mediumship. She is an award holder of the Spiritualist National Union and in 2012 became the first person to gain a CSNU in demonstrating Spirit Art “CSNU art”. Her work has appeared in “Psychic News” Magazine and “Sun Journal” newspaper. She was voted best Spirit Artist of the Year 2015 in Time Square Press’s “Lightworkers of the Year Awards” and featured in the book “Spirit Paintings and Art from the Afterlife” by Maximilien de Lafayette.