Kamikaze Art & Low-Flying Creativity workshop
Liberating Your Creative Voice with Wild Abandon, Whimsy, and Watercolor
In this fun one-day workshop, you will discover how sketching and watercolor painting can made be easier, addictive, and reality defying.
You will learn how to quickly, render realistic scenes with abbreviated whimsy, intuitive freedom, and added fancy. Kamikaze is a Japanese word for “divine wind.” We will be drawing with such gale force as to blow the inner critic away and float on the bliss of creativity.
Jill will teach you methods of drawing, painting, and even some art related writing using intuitive techniques that can imaginatively inspire fresh directions and define your artistic voice. Fleeting multimedia projections, poetry, music, and the absurd will trick you into effortlessly colliding with your true creative voice without overthinking or scaring it away.
The perfectionistic tendencies, hesitancy, and/or immobilizing self-judgment that stop many people from accessing deeper levels of creativity or even feel free to “begin,” will be terribly confused and ask to be excused from this workshop.
About the instructor
Jill Badonsky has been teaching creativity/art/writing workshops since 1997. She is author/illustrator of three books on creativity, gives workshops all over the country, in Europe, and bi-annual retreats in Taos, New Mexico. Jill trains individuals to be creative mentors for blocked creative seekers through Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching Certification Training.