Prerequisites: The ability to hold a paintbrush. Painting-Play is multi-generational, inclusive and egalitarian.
Painting-Play is a process-based approach to painting, play, self-expression and well-being.
Participants agree to leave their paintings in the care of the Closlieu, where they will be named, dated and carefully preserved by Lucy Shaw, a certified practitioner. Lucy has been trained personally by Arno Stern in Paris to discreetly ensure that the conditions are right for painting-play to occur and natural, spontaneous self-expression to arise (“la formulation”), for example by facilitating the access to materials, making sure every one is comfortable and adopting a completely non-judgemental stance.
In this alternative art studio, there will be no exhibitions. However, if painting-players would like their family or friends to see their paintings, they are welcome to invite them to make a private appointment at the Closlieu.
Learning, skill development and a heightened sense of wellbeing will increasingly be noticed over time, therefore it is highly recommended to attend Painting-Play sessions regularly – ideally around once a week, month upon month, year upon year. Of course, this can take school holidays into account.
PRICING – sessions are 60 or 90 minutes.
Standard pricing is SGD60 for 90 minutes and SGD40 for 60 minutes, but look out for my special offers for long term commitment, groups and family members