TLS Members e-Newsletter

Members eNewsletter
At least four times a year, TLS members are rewarded at their inboxes with a copy of the Labyrinth Society e-newsletter. It serves as a means of direct communication with the membership and provides an historical record of the Society.

Judy Hopen 1961-2012

The entire World Labyrinth Community mourns the passage of Judy Hopen from the physical plane and celebrates the physical and spiritual legacies she left for us.  In her own words, Judy was a “labyrinth artiste extraordinaire.” Her physical legacy includes approximately 1,000 canvas labyrinths she painted – probably no one knows the exact number – and many labyrinth installations with which she assisted while working at Labyrinth Enterprises. Her spiritual legacies include her fun-loving, bubbly personality, as well as her indefatigable positive attitude and spirit.  Lea Goode-Harris’ beautiful remembrance and photos of Judy are provided here with Lea’s permission.  Judy’s obituary is in the South East Missourian.  Judy Hopen was affiliated with The Labyrinth Society from its infancy.  She was an active participant in TLS initiatives and was a familiar figure at many TLS Gatherings.  Judy's vibrant presence, enthusiasm, delight in life and 'all things labyrinth' will be greatly missed and surely celebrated as those who knew her walk labyrinths all over the world in her memory.

Judy at Labyrinth Enterprises

photo: Labyrinth Enterprises