Acrylic Pour Workshop by Surekha Sundaram
The word mindfulness is everywhere and it’s generating a lot of buzz. But what is mindfulness? And how can we practice it through our daily activities?Mindfulness is a process where we learn to be present non-judgmentally in our self and to the different aspects of the self such as the mind or the body. It allows us to observe ourselves in the moment and pay close attention to what we need and want. When practiced through everyday activities, it helps us disengage from our subconscious programming where our routine is automated and instead experience our moments more consciously thereby making our experiences all the more richer. The process is also known to have a number of immediate benefits such as stress relief, lowered anxiety, and disconnecting from all the uncontrollable thoughts in the mind.
Discover and practice mindfulness in its simplest form and through various activities such as free writing, creative visualization, and through art. You’ll learn multiple acrylic pour techniques to create an abstract painting that will be a reflection of you and an expression your inner self. No prior experience required.
If you are already familiar with the process, we invite you to practice with us through these simple activities and to have some fun making art.
What you take away:
- Acrylic pour painting made by you
- A bunch of mindfulness tools that you can use on your own
About the facilitator: Surekha Sundaram teaches French and has been practicing art in various mediums for the past couple of years. She recently organized an Indian art exhibition in Paris. She is exploring mindfulness techniques through art to promote holistic well-being.
The canvases are 10"*10" or 12”x12” and will require at least 24 hours to dry, participants can pick their artwork the next day.
The Zwende Space
2140, HAL 2nd Stage, 16th B Main Rd, 1st B Cross Rd, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008