FIND YOURSELF THROUGH MAKING ART
Take a break, take a breath, and start a new creative conversation.
Help your brain and make room for more positive thoughts and feelings by distracting it with creativity.
Head to @lizzyduncanart for 5 minute art take aways to help your well-being and mental health.
Also, check out my YouTube channel for guided videos to relax your mind and send a clear
message of calm to your brain...just adding things so keep checking in.
Downloads are free to encourage creativity and art making at home on your own or with family and friends.
Just click here and you should be good to go!
LEARN HOW TO MAKE YOUR MARK
Having a therapeutic approach in a school setting can help us all understand the importance of supporting good mental health through creativity.
I have been very lucky to have been able to teach art, with the emphasis on the individual, allowing each participant to express themselves while building
confidence and resilience through creativity.
Online classes available.
As a qualified art therapist and workshop leader, working in education and corporate settings I can provide a professional bespoke art service for your company. A creative safe space, focusing on mental health and well-being within the workplace. At this time Zoom is providing a great space to focus on taking a break and being mindful of our mental health. Please get in touch for more information.
click on the telly for more info
Join me on instagram for some free art take aways and also online classes are available.
Virtual art classes are for anyone who needs to take a break and take a breath and also learn techniques to help you grow in confidence in your art making skills.
Watch this space and please feel free to contact me if you have any requests. I really look forward to hearing from you.
Check out the downloadable worksheets that you can do at home...its all about doing it your way - there is no right or wrong wa, just your way of making art.
Art is one of the most amazing ways for us to find out how we think and how we see things and I continue to be amazed by the affect that the art making process can have on our mental and physical wellbeing. We all need to make our mark.