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Art Journalling Workshop using creativity as a tool to develop intuition

I have personally used a journal all of my adult life, and have found it to be a wonderful way to download thoughts, ideas, connect with my spirituality and discover the meaning of my dreams. Nowadays, I feel lost without one and take a journal pretty much everywhere I go. One of the things that is wonderful about journalling is the spontaneity it brings; pages can be ripped out, and images can be made with collage, inks, pencil and pen, making the process very forgiving and nurturing. Journalling in this way is also a great tool to develop ideas for larger paintings and artworks.

All materials provided, including an A4 size art journal. Light lunch provided. This workshop is suitable for people with all levels of art experience.

In this full day workshop you will:

* Take part in guided meditations designed to help you find images and/or words to include in your journal.

* Experiement with a range of materials including watercolour, paper collage, inks, fineliner, pencils and paint. I will teach how to utilise a variety of mediums, and how to prepare an interesting and textured background to build on.

* Discover the symbolism in animals, insects and other elements that come across your path. The world is full of messages and meanings that can bring direction and confirmation to your personal life journey.

Date: Saturday the 11th of May

Time: 10:00 a.m-4:00 p.m

Location: Art Garden Home Studio, 12 Heylmore Road Medina

Cost: $60

Contact: hyeonmin809@gmail.com or pm my Facebook page, ‘Alyssa’s Art Garden’

*spaces limited to 8 participants

Alyssa Kanitsch

As an artist, I am deeply inspired by imagery that explores tangible metaphors. This is perhaps why I am drawn to the world of fairytale, fantasy, dreams and iconic or religious artwork; especially from artists in the early renaissance. In many of my paintings, I try to use images, landscapes and objects to weave together a story or a sense of nostalgia and distant memory. My favourite art medium is acrylics, however, I also love mucking around with mixed media and pastel, and I occasionally work with oils. I have been known to paint furniture, murals and surfboards, mostly because I love to surround myself with the energy of colour.

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