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Matthew Aberline - +61 (0)408 463 809

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Creative Chill Sessions

Super-sizing your creative mind in three fun live

art sessions

Fast track your creative intuition, and beat creative block & negative self judgement

“Creativity is the single most important

skill in the world right now"

Paul Petrone, the Linkedin Blog

We are presenting Live Online Art Classes that are really about Creative Thinking

 

We use Abstract Art to:

 

  • Develop techniques to beat creative block

  • Stop negative self judgement

  • Access your creative flow and intuition 

  • Build creative skills and discipline 

Early bird special: $196 for Three LIVE Sessions including art materials (that we post you!)

Early bird special until

12 April - then

$249

We call them Creative Chill Sessions

They're not like any art class you've seen before... It's about connecting to your creative brain. They're delivered Online. Live. Small Groups.

And we post you the art materials.

You'll learn to:

  • ​Find freedom and confidence in composition

  • Explore a bold use of colour

  • Experiment with form and scale

  • Make some exciting art

Session One: 90 mins

 

This session is a confidence and skill builder.

You'll get a package from us in the post with your art materials.

But don't open it

until class ⭐️

You'll learn:

• The power of great composition

• Being courageous with colour

• How music can transform your creative ability

Session Two: 90 mins

 

This session breaks through old barriers.

You will learn how to:

• Switch on your intuitive creativity... and switch off negative mental judgement

• Confidently use colour and expressive movement in your creative flow

• Shortcut the process to create awesome abstract artworks... anytime

Session Three: 90 mins

 

This session is about fun and making bold choices. Together we'll be making a large work.

 

You will learn:

• How to give your creative-self the room to experiment

• To create creative discipline and a powerful step by step process to develop your ideas

• The confidence to produce large dynamic works

Creative Chill Sessions

Current Sessions:

  • Saturdays 9.30am:  18, 25 April, 2 May

or

  • Wednesdays 6.30pm: 22, 29 April, 6 May

 

Australian Eastern Standard Time

About the Goldberg Aberline Studio

'GAS' have a global reputation for producing colourful and energetic art. Their works centre around ideas of creativity, wellness, fun and community.

 

Their influential works have been shown at the United Nations General Assembly, The World Trade Centre and throughout Europe. Their studio is based in Sydney.

Artist / Teacher

Maurice Goldberg

Maurice has been an architect and business leader before adding "artist" to his list of accomplishments. He loves engaging with individuals and communities to create new ideas and opportunities. He sees creativity as a way of thinking that can be applied to every part of our lives

Artist / Teacher

Matthew Aberline

Matt has been an artist and designer for over twenty years. He was a mentor and tutor for postgraduate design students before concentrating on his own artistic career. He is particularly passionate about putting the "public" into "public art" and loves engaging with communities

* I can't make it to these dates but let me know when there are more workshops

"78 % of college-educated workers older than 25 wish they had more creative ability"

Adode

"Engaging in creative activities contributes to an “upward spiral” of positive emotions, psychological well-being, and feelings of “flourishing” in life"

Huffington Post

"Engaging in creative activities contributes to an “upward spiral” of positive emotions, psychological well-being, and feelings of “flourishing” in life"

Huffington Post

"Creativity is one of the last remaining legal ways of gaining an unfair advantage over the competition."

Ed McCabe