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Act Belong Commit Art of the Soul Workshop with Lynda Howitt

Published on Saturday, 13 April 2024 at 11:42:19 AM

About the Artist:

Lynda Howitt, an award-winning contemporary artist hailing from Geraldton, is celebrated for her intuitive abstract soulcircle paintings, crafted with ink and water on paper. Her unique blend of art, design, and spirituality, combined with her free-flowing intuitive process, explores the depths of self-discovery and aims to illuminate the soul, inspiring inner wellbeing.

Workshop Experience:

Join us for an inspiring and interactive experience that promises to immerse you in the captivating world of abstract art and self-discovery. Under Lynda's guidance, participants will delve into their emotions, finding encouragement and freedom to express themselves through art. Through Lynda's signature intuitive Soulcircle painting style, participants will explore the transformative power of creating in the present moment. Let go, find mindfulness, and reconnect with the flow state of the soul as you embark on a journey of self-expression and self-discovery.

Workshop Highlights:

  • Discover a way of expressing yourself freely through art
  • Deepen your knowledge of yourself through a fun and engaging process
  • Learn intuitive, spontaneous painting techniques
  • Let go and experience the benefits of creating in the now moment
  • Uncover insights into your emotions through colour and symbolism
  • Take home your own unique artwork
  • Be part of a collaborative artwork with the group
  • Spend time with like-minded individuals
  • No prior experience in art required

Event Details:

  • Date: 4th & 11th May 2024
  • Time: 10:30am to 12:30pm
  • Location: GRAG, 24 Chapman Road, Geraldton
  • Parking: Available onsite
  • There is no cost to participate in this workshop

    Book your Tickets here: Art of the Soul Workshop with Lynda Howitt

This workshop, proudly promoting the Act Belong Commit message, is made possible thanks to support from Healthway and the Mid West Development Commission.

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