Build your confidence
lET YOUR CREATIVITY SPILL OUT ONTO THE PAGE
A process art and painting workshop for adults. Here you’ll splatter paint onto the page, make 3 pieces of abstract art and leave with the tools to overcome perfection and revive your creative spark.
Tuesday, November 5 at 7:00 - 9:00 PM
Location: Gravelle Family Chiropractic
350 Oxford St W Suite 304, London, ON
In this workshop you’ll be given the materials, guidance and space to let your creativity pour out onto the page.
You’ll leave with 3 pieces of your very own abstract art and the resources and tools to bring even more creativity into your life!
The art you make here will remind you of your creativity and of the JOY that’s found when we let ourselves play and make a mess!
This Workshop Includes:
All the supplies you need to create your 3 pieces of process art (acrylic paint, chalk and oil pastels and mixed media paper - small, medium and large sheets)
Tips and a worksheet to help you build a creative practice, so the mess-making can continue after the workshop
A list of 25 abstract art prompts so that making that first mark on a blank page is less daunting
Guidance and support throughout the workshop
Instructions and a worksheet to help you rebel against perfection, so you can keep letting your creativity spill out
GET INSPIRED +
FEEL CREATIVE AGAIN
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 AT 7 PM
Register by October 21st
only 5 spaces left
Regular registration $67+tax (October 22 onward)
>> Can’t make it? Don’t miss out…. Find dates for more Messy on Purpose Workshops here
This Workshop Is For You If…
You've collected some paint supplies, but they're gathering dust while you wait for the “perfect time” to get started.
You find the blank page or empty canvas incredibly daunting, thanks to that pesky voice of the inner critic.
You’re in a creative hibernation, surrounded by screens, and spreadsheets.
You can’t remember the last time you PLAYED or made something JUST for the FUN of it.
You’ve been scrolling and admiring everyone else’s art, while not so secretly wanting to try making your own.
This workshop isn’t about making the perfect masterpiece.
It’s about giving yourself permission. Permission to enjoy the process. Permission to PLAY. Permission to create. And most of all permission to be messy.
What they’re saying about attending revel workshops….
MEET YOUR FACILITATOR + FELLOW MESS MAKER
Hey, I’m Krista Kankula, owner/founder of Revel in the Mess, obsessor of the colour pink, vegan poutine and the CREATIVE PROCESS.
When I say I’m usually found covered in paint, it’s not a cute marketing thing, it’s true. I own more clothing with paint splatter than I do clothing without.
Painting helped me embrace imperfection, rediscover my creativity and feel the joy of making something just for FUN.
I teach and facilitate because I believe we’re all creative and I know you have ideas + art inside you (and your notebooks and sticky notes) that are worthy of being expressed and shared!
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if I need to cancel?
Registrations are non-refundable. Your registration; however can be transferred to another person or another Messy on Purpose Workshop in 2019 (subject to availability). Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to have your registration transferred if you can no longer attend.
What if I don’t consider myself creative?
Let me start by saying, I get where you’re coming from. I didn’t consider myself creative for a long time, I always had messy writing, my drawings we’re limited to 3D cubes and stick figures and still to this day I can’t cut straight with scissors and it irritates me. BUT what I’ve come to learn is that WE’RE ALL CREATIVE. It’s just that we need the chance to reconnect with our creativity. And often we also need to unlearn what we think creativity is. So often we limit creativity to someone who’s a talented painter, cartoonist, a novelist or playwright. But how we express our creativity really is limitless. Trust me, you are creative and Messy on Purpose will help you reconnect with your creativity.
When you say “MESSY” how messy are we talking?
The paint marks and splattering will be directed at the paper during the activities. I recommend you dress comfortably and if you’d prefer to be on the safe side, wear something you wouldn’t mind getting a touch (or two) of paint on. That is of course if you’re a messy painter like I am and even though you try to be neat, somehow you always get paint on yourself.
Need another question answered? Email me at Krista@revelinthemess.com