Mindfulness through creative expression
I am a London based visual artist and educator, exploring the evolving notions of beauty in our society and how art can be a powerful force in the search for holistic wellness.
I work to raise the profile of the arts in my community in West London by organising art trails, events, social groups and exhibitions. I also represent the arts community on the Ealing Community Network board of executives.
Constantly learning and evolving as a person as well as an artist, I aim to share my work as well as my knowledge and experience with others. A firm believer in the transformative nature of individual creative expression, I try to encourage and nurture this in my students.
10 Week Abstract Acrylic & Acrylic Painting Courses
Wednesdays 14:30 - 17:30
Abstract Acrylic Painting
20 March 2020 - 12 June 2020 (excluding April 7, 10, 14, 17 and 8 May). See the bottom of this page for a full list of class dates.
St Andrews Church
Mount Park Road
How much does it cost?
Full Fee: £210
Senior (65+) and Concessionary Fee*: £175
Full Fee Drop-In: £25
Senior (65+) and Concessionary Fee* Drop-In: £20
*Concessionary fees are available if you receive housing and council tax benefits, income support or jobseeker’s allowance. You will be required to provide evidence at the time of booking.
Can I pay in installments? Yes – please get in touch to discuss this further.
Who's the course for? Artists of all levels. No previous experience necessary.
What will I need? Some materials will be provided – please bring your own paints and brushes. Please request a materials list when booking.
What are the courses about? The courses are split into three projects, consisting of three classes each.
At the beginning of each project, we will explore a principle, concept or technique along with the work of relevant artists, after which you will be set a brief.
Acrylic Painting: At the beginning of each project, we will explore a principle or technique along with the work of relevant artists, after which you will be set a brief using your own source material as inspiration. This could, for example, be an object, a memory or a photograph you have found or taken.
You will interpret and be supported to work on the brief over the course of 3 classes, completing your work in the final class or at home. This means that you will have three finished pieces by the end of the course. This course also includes a gallery visit day, details of which will be provided in class.
You will have the opportunity to explore a variety of abstract painting techniques and methods, stimulating your creativity and building your personal painting 'toolkit'.
About the classes: I am an experienced art teacher and aim to create a safe and supportive environment for all my students, where you are encouraged to explore your creativity without fear of judgment from others. Artwork created on these courses has been exhibited, with students going on to sell some of their pieces.
April 1, 22, 29 (Gallery visit)
May 6, 13, 20, 27
June 3, 10
March 20, 27
April 3, 24 (Gallery visit)
May 1, 15, 22, 29
June 5, 12