No-one should underestimate the POWER of creative thinking. In this fast paced world, whatever you do in life, creativity and imagination are just as important as getting good grades at school. 

Children often believe they are not good enough to be considered artistic. Pablo Picasso once said “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” and who are we to argue with one of the all time greatest artists in history. BUT....in the classroom I hear cries of ‘I can’t draw!’ and ‘My work is terrible!’ This combined with the fact that creativity can get stifled in schools means children are fearful to put pencil to paper and let their imaginations go wild. 

Well.....TOOT TOOT....enter stage right my drawing workshops! I designed these workshops to open children’s minds! To introduce them to the fact that everyone can draw, it just takes practise! To help them build confidence in sharing and developing their own ideas! To show them that making mistakes is a necessary part of the process! It starts with drawing and it ends......WHEREVER YOU WANT IT TO! 

Reach for your pencil and reach for the stars!

Post workshop relaxing reading session!

Post workshop relaxing reading session!

Can’t argue with a genius. Too true Einstein!

Can’t argue with a genius. Too true Einstein!

Drawing at the Barnes Children’s Literary Festival May 2019

Drawing at the Barnes Children’s Literary Festival May 2019

After a brilliant drawing session, we relax with a bit of ‘Bumbelinda’!

After a brilliant drawing session, we relax with a bit of ‘Bumbelinda’!

Yes thank you Maya Angelou!

Yes thank you Maya Angelou!