If this was a dancing course it would be Salsa without rules but with all the rhythm
This is about letting go of perfection and expressing your emotion in full colour.
The end result we are looking for is the feeling of experimenting, bold lines, play and
a feeling of creativity without rules.
When you learn to let go and go outside the lines, you also let go of old stories and emotions that have been holding you back. You can find the keys to what has been holding you back in your painted stories, ideas on how to go further and heal emotions from stories that need to be told in a painting.
Expressive arts are used in healthcare to treat anxiety and depression.
Category: Flow and Core
6 exercises to play, express and let go
1. A dot that leads everywhere
2. A salsa in full colour
3. Amazing lines
4. If you would have been Jackson Pollock
5. Your waves
6 Your expressive chart
Each part has a reflection.
Every exercise takes 25 - 45 minutes, you can develop and repeat as many times as you like. Don't skip the reflection, it holds so many keys. A suggestion would be to do 1 or 2 per week,
but it is all up to you when you have the time and the need.
A creative toolmaker is only an email away to give you feedback and answer any questions.
What do you need?
Skill level from complete beginner to artist. You paint your story!
A sponge (kitchen one works)
Tissues or kitchen paper
Paper for acrylic or watercolour in the size you like, for this bigger, is better A3 works
A set of acrylic, ink or watercolour make sure you have blue, yellow, red, black
This course OPENS ON THE 15TH of September. Total of 25 students,
sign up now to have your spot.
This course is delivered straight to your mailbox, you can paint anywhere in the world.
The class will have a forum for interaction, for those that love sharing. Totaly optional.
This course costs less than most great shoes
"I loved taking Ingelas art workshop she is truly passionate about teaching art and that shines through in everything that she does." S.Wallin
Student work flow pattern in Zenart.