ART IS A WAY OF SEEING

It takes one small step to tap into the creative side of your brain and enable you to “see” in a different way. All you need to do is make the decision to attend a workshop and then walk away with a feeling of re-charged empowerment.

Margaret Campbell LLB Hons.
Legal Consultant. Dubai, U.A.E.
“Advising my clients can result in long and stressful hours. Lynda’s workshops enable me to relax and replenish my energy levels.”

Mark Rivenbark
Packers Plus Energy Solutions Houston, Texas.
“My day to day corporate life functions in an aggressively competitive environmnent. During Lynda's painting workshop, I am not competing with anyone and I like this fact. Her workshops are liberating as well as endlessly throught provoking. I highly recommend them.”



Current times are proving more challenging, workloads are increasing and the demands of the day are becoming more complex.

In our fast paced world of global corporation, professional men and women are looking for different ways to reduce their stress levels. Some find it in sport, some in music, some in yoga.

Painting taps in to the most creative area of the brain. Studies have shown a direct connection between painting and a reduction in stress levels.

Painting Help You To


  • Reduce Stress Levels
  • Move away from limited thinking
  • Maximise resourcefulness
  • Build confidence
  • Problem solve
  • Take risks
  • Accept new ideas
  • Find innovative solutions

These skills naturally transfer to the working environment and can help improve your performance, whether at your own desk or as part of a dynamic team in the Conference Room.

If you believe that you cannot learn to paint or even draw a straight line, then you are happily mistaken. We are born with the impulse to express ourselves visually. We doodle and scribble from the moment we are able to pick up a pencil.



THE ANSWERS LIE IN THE BRUSH, THE
PAPER AND THE
FLOWING WATERCOLOURS

A choice of two or four hour workshops is available. Instruction and all materials are provided.

Lynda J Shephard B.Ed Hons.
Art and Psychology (Cambridge University)
Colour Therapy (S.N.H.S. London)


An established artist, Lynda has
been an independent mentor in
the field of art and psychology
since 1988.
She travels extensively and works
from her studios in Dubai, England,
New Zealand and the U.S.A.

HERE ARE TWO POWERFUL, SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE
who found painting to be their answer to both reducing stress as well as giving more power to their thought processes.

SIR PAUL McCARTNEY : "Painting is a magical process that I like where you conjure something out of nothing; you get a little idea that leads you through. You can go in to a trance while doing it so it's a nice contrast to real life."

SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL : "Happy are the painters for they shall not be lonely. Light and colour, peace and hope will keep them company to the end of their days."