Join our growing community of painters for a much-needed respite where you can reduce stress and connect to the creative community you’ve been looking for.
Wild and Free Painting is an indulgent and nourishing Process Painting Art Studio for self-care and personal growth. We focus on the act of painting itself and your experience while painting rather than the final art product. We celebrate your creativity in all of its authentic form and return to the idea that creative expression can serve as a tool to heal, connect, de-stress, reclaim and discover.
Experiencing this process helps people feel a deeper connection within themselves and in turn feel more satisfied and grounded.
Absolutely no prior art experience is necessary to enjoy the benefits of this process.
About Elissa Arbeitman
Elissa earned a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Michigan, holds a Master’s degree in Art Therapy from New York University, is a Licensed, Registered Board-Certified Art Therapist and Process Painting Facilitator. She also provides individual Art Therapy sessions for children, teens, young adults and women.
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The John F. Peto Studio Museum received funding this year from a grant administered by the Ocean County Cultural & Heritage Commission from funds granted by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a division of the Department of State.