The creation of art can be a life-affirming, healing experience. The Cancer Center at El Camino Hospital with sponsorship from the El Camino Hospital Foundation offers Creative Expressions, a program of painting classes for cancer patients, established and run by professional artist and teacher Tehila Eisenstat.
Participants in these classes learn to create paintings with vibrant acrylic paints that are less toxic than oils but have the same luscious feel, and work with colors and shapes to create depth and movement in their paintings. Cancer patients with all levels of painting experience are welcome.
To register or for more information, please call the Cancer Center at 650-988-8338. The class is free of charge and supplies are included. Donations for the program can be made through the El Camino Hospital Foundation.
Day and Time:
Every Tuesday, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Every Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Tehila Eisenstat is an experienced teacher who demonstrates painting techniques in a supportive, non-judgmental atmosphere. She gives each student individual attention and encourages each of them to seek their own passion and style.
About The Artist
Tehila Eisenstat studied impressionistic painting with master artists in the united states and europe. A resident of Los Altos and the Monterey Peninsula, she has been teaching art for many years and travels extensively to teach and lecture. These journeys are a continuing source of inspiration and discovery for new techniques in her painting. Her works are displayed in galleries throughout the northwestern United States and in private collections around the world. For more information about Tehila, visit her website at: www.tehila-art.com.