Based in Clifton Hill, Louella Kennedy is a creative artist and educator with a special interest in using art for wellbeing.
Louella runs a variety of art classes for different age groups and interests. Take a look below:
Cry Baby Sessions: For Mammas and their babies 0 - 12 months, this intimate weekly group session allows you to explore your creativity and wellbeing through art. Bring your bubba along, have a cuppa, meet other mums and create art for relaxation.
Preschool & Parent: In this session, pre-schoolers (ages 2-3) and parents explore visual art materials and methods together, creating both collaborative and individual artworks.
After School Art: This weekly art-making session gives primary school children (prep - year 6) the opportunity to explore different materials, methods and artists.
Free Play Studio Time For Adults: Come and work on your own art project in a safe and supportive environment. Use all the art painting and drawing materials; paints, pastels. markers and more! In this hour it’s your time to create whatever you like. Try pastels one week then acrylics the next. Use watercolours, inks, pencils, charcoal, stencils, stamps, printmaking – you name it, they have it!
Art For Mindfulness And Relaxation: We eat right, work out in the gym and do yoga, yet we fail to look after our very essence – our mind! In this weekly session, you will explore different art mediums and techniques to explore your own inner creativity and self-expression.
Archetype Art Journalling – A Journey Of Self Discovery: Discover the answer to the question “Who am I?” by exploring your archetypes. Create beautiful mixed media artwork in a relaxed, fun and supportive environment.
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