Creativity workshop+photo day!
EXHALE negativity and stress from your life COMMIT to chose joy. ACT like a little child EXPRESS your deepest feelings CREATIVITY - BRINGING FORTH YOUR OWN EXCITING, PASSIONATE, SPONTANEOUS ACTIONS INTO MUNDANE CIRCUMSTANCES IN ORDER TO START ENJOYING LIFE NOW. How excited were you when you got your new job? So proud of passing the interview you were probably dressed up and a little bit nervous of meeting new people. You were so motivated to show how great, smart, ambitious and talented you are. What happened with that drive and why is waking up in the morning feeling like everyday responsibility instead of an adventure? How happy were you stepping in your new apartment and feeling that right here, right now starts you new life in your new home. You were purchasing furniture and choosing home accent pieces that were supposed to make you feel safe, charged and relaxed in your place. You were on cloud nine after meeting your partner. How much love, passion and joy you were bringing into life that it filled both of you up and everyone was asking where did you get that silly happy smile on your face? Creativity is a skill that we all learn as kids but most of us stop using it later in life. And it is this quality that makes you feel that SPARKLE that you lose every time in a daily routine. Being creative means sometimes stepping out of your social role to become a different person for a moment in order to find unordinary solution. Let's get together this Saturday to shake off the winter from our shoulders, PAINT WITH WATERCOLOR realistic roses and have a photographer take PROFESSIONAL PICTURES of you, inspired by Dior commercial. What to expect: - chill out music -paper for watercolor will be provided, please bring your watercolor and couple brushes - you will take finished art work home - 2 retouched photos inspired by Dior commercial 3 days after the event. - "mimosas" for the spring mood
Owner of Artfitnessflow, creativity classes facilitator, NPC athlete and photographer
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