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WHAT IS LIFEWORK

LIFEWORK, is the name I use for my `workshops' because, for me, art imitates life, When we are making art we are living, and even better, we are focused on the present moment which is the place where creativity emerges, isn't it? that's beautiful? being able to be in contact with the creative source of the universe for a few hours during the week?during the week? 

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LIFEWORK - FLOW PAITING

UNCOVERING A MAGIC KINGDOM

 

Flow Painting is the movement of water mixed with acrylic paints that create surprising shapes and patterns such as: creatures, waves, paths, clouds and textures that, when dry, reveal a magical kingdom, which will be the basis of all our creation.

 

This background will be our base that will stimulate our imagination.

 

We will learn not only to train our eyes to discover hidden shapes, but also to transform them with our intervention.

The result is always inspiring and will never cease because there is no end point, this art is infinite, it will always be alive, in motion, like a book that every time you read it you discover new information.

The most important thing for me is to teach something that you can apply in your daily life, and this art is just like life, it never stops, it is always in motion.

If we do not find hidden images within the painting, there is no reason to worry as the painting that will form after drying is already a beautiful work! and at any time we can decide to reveal it or not. It is a living, timeless and unique art.

SURPRISES ON THE WAY

OTHER INFORMATION

During classes I will share my experiences with meditations, breathwork and mixed painting techniques.

You will be welcome to the sound of my music playlist with a delicious tea

​CLASS DYNAMICS

My proposal is when you enter the Studio, leave all your tensions and tasks in the clouds, when you leave you can even download it... if you want :)

 

10' of Breathwork with meditation (optional)

 

 

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE

1 class of 2 hours per week

INDIVIDUAL MATERIALS:

Canvas​ 16 x20'

acrilc paints

brusches

paper tower

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