Calling all Creatives!
In this class, we will focus on the act of painting itself and your experience while painting rather than the final art product. Wild and Free Painting is a nourishing Process Painting Art Studio and is coming to The Peto Museum to paint with us and support self-care, personal growth and exploration. Creative expression can serve as a tool to heal, connect, uncover, reclaim and discover. Join us and give yourself the opportunity to rediscover your Creative self-alongside others without pressure to perform, produce or succeed. All supplies will be provided. $40 per person. Led by Elissa Arbeitman, owner of Wild and Free Painting. Absolutely no prior art experience is necessary to enjoy the benefits of this process! All materials and tools will be provided so you can just show up.
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About the Instructor
Elissa earned a BFA in Graphic Design from The University of Michigan, holds a Masters degree in Art Therapy from New York University (MA) and is a Registered, Board-Certified Art Therapist (ATR-BC) by the Art Therapy Credentials Board. Since 2003 she has developed and implemented Art Therapy programs throughout New Jersey. In 2007 she opened Higher Art where she specialized in helping children, teenage girls, women and parents develop coping strategies for better social, emotional, and behavioral development. In 2018 she opened Wild and Free Painting and now facilitates self-care, personal growth and exploration workshops through Process Painting.