When we connect with our creativity, we live with a stronger sense of purpose, freedom and meaning. All humans are innately creative, despite how things seem from the outside. Read on to find out how you can tap into your own creativity.
Brittany Metka lets her intuition and inner wisdom guide her with her colourful abstract paintings. She embraces the process and feels the colours as she paints; viewing any "accidental" marks made, as a moment of collaboration between herself and the painting. Abstract art allows Brittany to connect to herself and feel present. Brittany shares her creative process and art rituals with us, and talks about how she manages feelings of anxiety and moments of waiting and wanting.
Artist and Yoga Teacher Kate Hiley opens up about how yoga has impacted on her life and how it proceeds to influence her creative process. As you will discover, yoga is more than movement; it is a way of being. It shows up in the lighter moments and in the dark ones; it provides a healing tool, teaching us to lean into pain and discomfort in order to grow and be present. Some could say, it is the ideal companion to creativity, encouraging artists of all kinds to trust the process.
Gillian Brett is a UK based Figurative Sculptor who is fascinated by body language and the unspoken nature of human connection as she explores the relationship between isolation and connection. Gillian embraces the imperfections and happy accidents when she works; experimenting and repurposing materials such as paper, fabric and latex to work more sustainably.