6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
FLOURISHING FLOWERS – live online class with Mychelle Mahar via Zoom.
A GARDEN OF BLOOMING CREATIVITY!
Flowers are the incandescent dancers of Earth.
They offer tranquilly and celebrate the feminine through their explosions of light, movement and colour.
In this six-lesson workshop series of art full creating you will experiment with a variety of water based media, harnessing the magic of vibrant, powerful combinations of colour, line and shape.
You will discover and experience Mychelle’s mindful approach to the ease and creative flow of drawing, composing and creating your very own Flourishing Flowers work of art.
Lesson times: MONDAY EVENINGS 6.30-7.30PM and SATURDAY MORNINGS 10-11AM, for six sessions (over three weeks). These are ONLINE CLASSES via ZOOM.
After booking into this class we will send you confirmation, please check your emails.
We will email you the link to join each class before the start date. You will need a computer or phone that uses Zoom software, you can watch a video on how to join a Zoom meeting here. If you need technical help with setting up and using Zoom please let us know at time of booking.
Your own materials will be required, info to be added here soon.
A little about me…
I am inspired by all things organic; the natural world we live in is so beautiful. My works amplify what I see and feel in my world; the birds, flora, fauna, sunlight, moonlight, the child like innocence and infinite power and strength of people.
It is just such a magical phenomenon that this planet and all its inhabitants continue to live and breathe without prompting.
The media I work with is selected according to the way it responds and interacts with surfaces and other material, particularly for its light reflecting properties.
Vibrant, joy filled colour combinations in watercolour paint, inks, and Golden acrylics are among my most favourites to use. Tools like paint markers, pens, brushes, stencils and stamps (I create with kitchen utensils and organic material) I apply upon varying surfaces such as bamboo paper, cotton, canvas and plywood.
The process of producing my works has become a self care practice, a way of immersing my self into peaceful world where I am free to connect with the biggest wisest part of me; this is the birthplace of the Tiny Morsels.