My aim as a facilitator is to draw the artist out of the participant – to elicit their authentic autographic gesture while also teaching technical and visual language skills. I want to give them the tools and confidence to express themselves in the fullest possible way. I also aim to encourage a reflective practice.
Workshops take place in schools, colleges, galleries, museums, youth centres, hospitals, prisons, community centres, theatres, parks, festivals and art centres.
“The most valuable part of the course was being given tools, in the form of exercises, to approach drawing using many senses. Freedom and uses of technique were combined to enhance my learning process and allow me to ‘awaken’ something in myself.”
Connected Drawing 2017, Trigonos – course for Adults
“The most valuable part of this workshop was reconnecting me with the true nature of the art experience. Brilliant teaching approach, tempo and delivery.”
Eglywsbach Art Society workshop 2017
“I discovered confidence in my observational drawing, by connecting breathing/emotion to mark making and colour work.”
Mindfulness Drawing workshop 2018