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Are you exhausted, overwhelmed, or feeling burnt out? Begin to put an end to your inner critic and reconnect with your art and yourself!

Give yourself the opportunity to rediscover your creative self alongside other art teachers without pressure to perform, produce or succeed. Designed for professionals, this workshop will cover the guiding principles of Process Painting including: Not Knowing, Listening, Respecting, Following the Energy, Working with Difficulty, Not Interpreting and Completion, so you can feel reconnected and reenergized about the unique service you provide.

Join art therapist Elissa Arbeitman from  her Wild and Free Painting studio for a therapeutic creative experience! Feel rejuvenated and reconnected to yourself after focusing on the act of painting itself rather than the finished product.Saturday, May 16th from 10-12pm: Wild and Free Painting

Online (using Zoom)

Wild and Free Painting, LLC

660 Tennent Road, Suite 106

Manalapan, NJ 07726


It’s not necessary to have paint when joining from home. We do encourage you to work with color, but there are many options for that: colored markers, pens, crayons, pastels—or any kind of paint you have that you find easy to work with.

You also have many options for paper. Choose whatever will support your paint, markers, pens, or crayons. Paper, paper taped together to make it larger or cardboard. For a pallet, you can use something like the lid from a plastic tub; think big yogurt container. For a pallet knife, any plastic knife will work.






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