Izzul Syafiq Mazlan Live at Kamalaya
Visual Medicine Painting Classes
With Natacha Ledwidge
Friday 22nd January
Monday 25th January
Friday 29th January
11.00 – 13.00 at the Kamalaya Gallery
Introductory Talk to be held
21st Thursday, 18.30 at the Kamalaya Gallery
"Inside you there's an artist you don't know about... Say yes quickly, if you know, if you've known it from before the beginning of the universe."
Visual Medicine is a creative spiritual practice, using a deceptively simple painting technique, it can be both deeply fulfilling and also huge fun!
This amazing painting process enables everyone to explore, unblock and enrich their lives and their own creativity through painting.
The paintings that emerge can be seen as energetic templates of the painter’s own soul landscape, which can offer rich oracular wisdom and guidance. Natacha loves to facilitate and encourage others to bring out their own unique creativity, expressing their own vision
***No previous painting experience is necessary and all are welcome
About: Natacha trained in London at Chelsea College of Art and went on to become Art Editor of Harpers & Queen magazine and a freelance Illustrator. In 2009 she started running painting classes from her London studio. Visual Medicine was originated by Australian painter and psychotherapist Suzette Clough, with whom Natacha has painted and trained with for many years. Natacha is also an ordained One Spirit Interfaith Minister.
“Natacha's Visual Medicine classes provide a safe, nurturing, insightful and inspiring space to express my self through painting. The meditation helps me to paint from within and the sharing of our thoughts and feelings of our paintings produces such wisdom that not only has increased my creativity in my art but in my life too. I'm forever grateful to have met Natacha, she has nurtured my inner artist with kindness, grace and love and given me a belief in myself that goes beyond myself as an artist.”
Entrance fee is 300 baht for Samui residents and vacationers. All proceeds will go toward Kamalaya's Charity Fund.