Creative Art Workshops are run by contemporary visual artist, Froyle Neideck and engage participants in a discussion of what hope looks like for them using mixed media and collage. What does it feel like? What colour is it?
Using the painting style of abstract expressionism, it is about the process of the painting. The development of the art comes with the journey of creating it. It’s not about what you see, but rather what you feel and it is painting from the heart.
Perfect for beginners, there is no drawing required and you can’t get it wrong! Lots of fun and step by step instruction will lead each person into a personal creative expression that will be encouraging, uplifting and inspirational. Each person will finish the workshop with a completed collage.
Froyle Neideck is a contemporary visual artist specialising in creating bold paintings of dramatic colour and rich texture. Froyle is passionate about seeing people realise their full potential by understanding their true identity. Froyle has been painting and exhibiting for over twenty years and has a Bachelor of Ministry. Froyle exhibits both nationally and internationally and is the Director of ‘Colours of Hope’.
‘Creativity is a personal expression of the heart and as we allow ourselves to embrace and express our creativity, we can release healing and breakthrough in our own lives, which directly then effects everyone else around us. Art is spiritual and as we allow ourselves to create from this place, we inspire hope, release healing and gain a greater understanding of our true identity'.