“DOWSING: The Best Gift Ever”
Marty Cain will give a slide presentation and share some of her worldwide dowsing adventures over a lifetime. She is known as a great story teller and appreciates answering your questions as time permits. So bring lots of questions and be ready for a few hours of exploring and learning.She researches ancient sacred sites in Europe and the Americas, such as the Well at Chichen Itza seen below. Martydiscovers what makes specific places sacred and recreates that experience for others today. Integrating art and GEOMANCY, she amplifies the potential of site-specific art and invokes wide public participation in Earth healing attitudes.
She is a life member of the American Society of Dowsers, where she co-directed the National Convention’s Beginning Dowsing School for six years. She is a member of the Appalachian Chapter in NC and the Living Waters Chapter in NH and served on the Board of Trustees of ASD as secretary and co-vice president.
and institutions. She has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, Blanche E. Colman Foundation, the Edna St. Vincent Millay Colony and Boreal/Art/Nature of Quebec, Canada. Her art works are celebrations of nature, taking the form of site-specific environmental sculptures, photo/drawing collages of her installations and ancient sacred sites and portrait drawings. Her labyrinth designs are located across North America (from Maine to California and Canada to Hawaii), Brazil and South Africa. She was a founding member of the Labyrinth Society.
Marty first learned dowsing as a child from her Lithuanian grandfather, Frank Witkus. In 1986 she attended the American Society of Dowser’s school and convention in Danville, Vermont and added formalized dowsing training to her life.