“Most of us from time to time experience a state of flow—being completely absorbed in what we’re doing. Researchers are finding that in addition to contributing to our work satisfaction, creativity and flow are connected to positive emotions and our overall happiness.” – PBS
"We see things not as they are but as we are."
Free Your Creative Self
Why Intuitive Art?
- Its mixture of meditation and art-making helps us practice being more mindful
- It helps us reconnect with the inner creative voice that we often forget to engage
- With practice we become more mindful, expressive, and ultimately happier
- It’s judgement free and supportive
Who is this course for?
- Anyone who would like to learn about creative flow and intuitive art
- Active and occasional artists looking for more tools and strategies
- Anyone looking for a source of relaxation, enjoyment and self development
Starting Nov 18 2015 until Dec 9 2015 (4 weeks)
Classes are wednesday evenings from 7pm – 10pm.
A course on intuitive drawing and painting to explore inner abilities we all possess.
Unleash your creative flow
In our everyday lives, we see through filters of acquired knowledge, social conditioning and individual psychology. But, behind these external influences we have perceptions, dreams and personal imagery that make up our unique internal landscapes. Intuitive art-making is a process of discovering this inner world and allowing it to be expressed through art.
Through meditation, visual exercises, movement, and experimenting with a variety of materials, participants will be exposed to techniques to help explore and develop their own intuitive images.
Over the course of four sessions we will:
- Learn about art-making tools and strategies
- Participate in a process of creative discovery in a safe, supportive setting
- Create conditions for entering the state of flow
- Connect with ourselves and with other like-minded seekers
Talia’s Peckel is a Toronto-based artist with a BFA from OCAD University in Drawing and Painting. After four years of being immersed in the academic sphere of art school and being introduced to the elusive “art world”, she decided to take a different path, by pursuing alternative, accessible forms of art instruction. She has been an art instructor to a number of age groups including children (ages 7 – 12) and adults with special needs. She currently leads various visual art workshops for adults.
Talia has a special interest in alternative and holistic approaches to art and creativity, which involve strategies for intuitive art, mindfulness, and meditative practices. Using art as a tool for communication and expression, with ourselves as much as with each other, it has the power to lighten our spirits, heal our emotions, and connect us to one another. For more information go to www.taliapeckel.format.com
Join the hundreds of people who have taken their journey with us though our Intuitive art-making sessions.
Ami ShahEntrepreneur / Peekapak
I have a very busy and stressful job. The intuitive art and yoga class gave me a chance to slow things down and reconnect with myself. I loved it!
Andrew YangFounder, Content Strategist / 3 Avenues
Whenever I feel like I hit a brick wall in creativity and need a spur of inspiration, I go to the Artless Hub. Artless has not only helped me get to know more people, but also allowed me to tap into creative activities I never thought I would before.
Krys GrayEntrepreneur / Beefy Jerks
Artless Hub is one of Toronto's secret gems! Its a great space to be creative, meet fascinating people, and learn new skills. Take my word for it!
Tanzina AminSupply Chain Manager (moonlighting as an artist) / Sears Canada Inc.
This is a wonderful space to work in, I love the ever-changing atmosphere whether I am there to just hang out, work on my art, attend an event or conduct a workshop.