Fall Art Series: LET IT FLOW- intuitive painting with watercolour

Tue Sep 26 2023 at 12:00 pm to 02:00 pm

1025 Queen St W | Toronto

RBC Patient and Family Learning Space at CAMH
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Fall Art Series: LET IT FLOW- intuitive painting with watercolour
Artist and educator, Taryn Lee, will facilitate the first of Fall 2023's art workshop series
About this Event

Let it Flow: intuitive painting with water colour workshop

Artist and educator, Taryn Lee, will be teaching a 2 hour workshop to support creativity and mindfulness.

Participants will be introduced to the magical, vibrant world of watercolour. Participants will learn about materials and tools, then try some basic techniques that highlight the special properties of the medium. We will explore a variety of guided painting activities that allow us time to slow down, practice being in the moment, quiet our inner critic and tune into our intuition. After the guided painting exercises, participants will create their own expressive watercolour painting while experimenting with colours, brushstrokes, shapes and unexpected outcomes.

Workshop goals:

- Practice self-expression and self-care through creative activities

- Encourage play, experimentation and curiosity

- Cultivate connections and engagement

- Promote a supportive community for sharing art and personal insights

This workshop is open to all ages and no previous art-making experience is required.

Pre-registration is required as space is limited.

About the facilitator:

Taryn Lee is a neurodivergent artist and educator with lived experience from Oakville, Ontario. She has a Bachelor of Design from Toronto Metropolitan University in Fashion Communication. Her own art practice focuses on colourful, representational figurative works, portraits and stylized fashion sketches.

She’s had experience teaching art to youth in a classroom setting and teaching two online art courses with Workman Arts. She is a Fellow of the CAMH Yale Let(s) Lead program and a longtime Workman Arts member. She’s completed CAMHs Collaborative Learning College peer support and facilitation training courses and recently completed peer support training with the Mood Disorders Society of Canada.

She believes the act of creating art in safe and encouraging community spaces builds connections, encourages mindfulness, and ignites ideas that lead towards transformations.


Event Venue & Nearby Stays

1025 Queen St W, 1025 Queen Street West, Toronto, Canada


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