|Saturday, November 9, 2002, the Atherton Arts Committee invited the public to attend a presentation on the ancient art of Feng Shui with Menlo Park designer, Linda Lenore. Learn how to incorporate art into living and working interiors and outdoor areas during this one-day workshop. The lecture will begin at 10:00 a.m., followed by a luncheon at 12:00 p.m. in Stent Hall of Menlo School, Atherton|
Whether Lenore is sharing the fundamentals of Feng Shui for commercial, community, or residential environments, her approach is always one of an intuitive individual. Much of her work concentrates on transforming stagnant objects within the space they inhabit. The house, for example, can be used as a metaphor for ones body and life. Lenore teaches how to correct the flow of energy in environments that fuel the physical body and impacts the psyche, stimulating a positive reaction to rejuvenate body and mind.
Lenores impressive professional background includes the founding of Interior Spaces, an interior design firm, and A Beautiful Center of Light, an educational and research organization. As an instructor, Lenore travels internationally, leading continuing education classes on the art of Feng Shui, and creating sacred spaces for the design community with the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) at colleges and universities. She is a member of the National Speakers Association (NSA), Ozark Research Institute (ORI), an affiliate member of ASID, and a 1998 graduate of Redwood City/ San Carlos / Belmont Leadership.
1998 HIGHLIGHTS Published Lenores first book, The Gift of the Red
Envelope: A Guide to Designing Balance, Order, and Beauty in Your Home,
with first book signing in Kansas City, Kansas. Her continued success
lead to the sponsorship of DuPont Canada at the Designer's Weekend 1998
"Environments Inside Out, and the five California HIGHLIGHTS
Home & Garden Shows in 1999, where Lenore was invited to be the featured