Liberate Your Creative Spirit
Engage in a powerful artistic journey conducive to profound self expression that promotes and hones collaborative and team building skills.
Enhancing rapport, trust and confidence are just some of the beneficial outcomes of these group experiences.
This process aims to transform merit based activities and remove competitiveness from the field of art and creativity.
Our emphasis is on group process and creating conditions conducive to self expression and catharsis.
TEAM SPIRIT AND CREATIVE CONFIDENCE
We will work in teams and assist one an other with creative challenges.
In this environment we are able to express our artistic selves with movement and gestures, inspired by sounds.
This cathartic process evokes a wide range of emotions and heightens perception in our other senses, hence expanding our creative realm.
“My blindfolded painting experience was an eye opener for me!.”
"It showed me how far I was from my creative core and really helped me to let go of my “perfectionist syndrome” and to dig back in to my flow of creativity. To flow with the music and not to think of the next stroke was a relieving feeling. Being blindfolded was the key to hear my inner voice and follow my intuition. Definitely worth it.”
— Signy Oskarsdottir
“The weekend of blind painting was brilliant!.”
"Never having done this before, it was weird, intriguing, great fun and certainly opened up my painting technique and I have become a braver painter as a result. Michelle is warm and friendly and made sure we explored new ground and learnt an incredible amount, not only about our own painting styles, but some of our perceptions as well. "
— Katie Knight
“it’s fun, mind opening and gives your creativity a boost..”
“Ég mæli með námskeiðinu blind painting hjá Michelle Bird, það er skemmtilegt, opnar hugann og eykur sköpunarþrána. Michelle er hlý, opin og góður leiðbeinandi. Það er einkennilega frelsandi að mála án þess að hafa fulla stjórn á umhverfi eða útkomu og ég lauk námskeiðinu full af eldmóði og nýjum hugmyndum. "
— Steinunn Steinars