imperfect workshops for the creatively curious
Everyone is born creative
But it's an instinct that gets crushed in so many people, often at school. Little kids love to draw, but by high school so many kids have decided that they can't draw.
The tighter people hold onto their perfectionism, the more their work becomes stiff and brittle and unoriginal. It's hard to create if your inner critic is hissing in your ear all the time.
I've designed my imperfect workshops to loosen and lighten you up, to rid you of the demon of perfectionism that's squatting on your shoulder.
LookDrawPrint and Alter-Ego are hands-on experiences for the creatively curious, where I teach how to embrace chance and imperfection and focus on process.
My workshops gently ease you back into a more forgiving mindset, allow to you to experience flow and to create something uniquely yours, made with your own hands.
Imperfect workshops are about creative recovery
Some of my LookDrawPrint workshops happen in Sydney and some are held further afield. Over the years I've taught all over the country - at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Koskela and North Sydney Community Centre in Sydney, Ministry of Handmade and Side Gallery in Brisbane, Armidale Regional Gallery, Grampians Texture at Halls Gap and a wee church hall in Coonamble.
Scroll down to see what I've got coming up...
When and where
My favourite place to run a workshop is in my studio space in Blackheath NSW, right next to the Blue Mountains National Park above the Grand Canyon Walk.
There are some planned LookDrawPrint workshops listed below, but if you want a bespoke workshop, please get in touch.
And if you do one of my Blue Mountains workshops, the best thing is, you can also book to stay on our land in one of our cosy ironstone cabins.
Workshops at my place
Everyone is born creative, and every day is an opportunity to perform a new creative act.
- The Imperfect Manifesto -