comments by participants

By Yvonne
Dreamharp WS 2017 02 031
 

Thank YOU for making this workshop possible and all your patience, knowledge, guidance and nurturing environment. It was truly a very soul enriching experience for me and I could not be happier with my precious and unique DreamHarp.

 

 

 

 

Read more: Workshop February 2017

By Kim Echammaal
Dreamharp WS 2016 10 044
 

Making my Dream Harp with Nis at Pulse Art Studio was a heartfelt and profound experience in many ways. Nis is such an expert and seamlessly guides you through the process.

 

 

 

 

Read more: Workshop October 2016

By  Laurie CochraneComment Laurie Cochrane
 
I have been playing my new Dreamharp today.
 
Thank you for sharing your skills, talents and patience with us.
 

 

 

Read more: Workshop December 2015

A GIFT OF HARMONYthedove
- BY Dr. JANE ANDERSON -


Several months ago, I was invited by the Baha’i Community to a Fundraising Dinner aimed at purchasing a Peace Pole for our community. Such a Pole serves to act as a silent prayer symbol for peace on earth; a peace that is sorely needed in these troubled times.
At the Dinner, the theme of peace was expressed through fellowship, speech, song and music.

Read more: Workshop unknown

A POEM BY - LYN MONTEL-Lyn Montel Dreamharp 2008


I wrote this poem after the workshop,
I hope you like it. 

I met a man who made a harp,
he carved it from a tree
He carved it all with love and care,
then shared his skills with me.

 

Read more: Workshop May 2008

The Making of a Dreamharp by Danica Wichtermann

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From November 23-25th 2007 I attended a Dreamharp workshop with Nis.



I have had little experience with carving and worked with wood a bit when I was at the Perth Waldorf School as a kid. I am now also studying Art at uni doing my majors in Painting and Ceramics, but creating a musical instrument out of a piece of wood has been a completely new experience of exploration of a unique material, which is able to express time, growth, colour, form and texture without you doing anything to it.

Read more: Workshop November 2007

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