Is it time for you to reconnect with                       your creative side?

Are you looking for a way to manage                  the stress in your life?

Would you like to meet people of all                    ages and form some great


About Studio Yellow

Studio Yellow is the place to learn how to make art. Whatever your previous Art experience, I can teach you how to use lots of different art materials and guide you through exciting and achievable activities to open your heart to the wonderful world of creativity.

I understand that making art is a great way to maintain good mental health and connect with the community. I know making art is therapeutic and I know art-making can be a soothing hobby and/or a new source of income.

When you do things that bring value and enjoyment to your life, it benefits everyone around you as well.

Don’t wait for ‘one day’. Change the way you think and feel about your life by booking a class with me today.

The Studio is located in Manly West, Brisbane.

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For hints and tips on living a more creative life, art challenges, health and wellness ideas, and an opportunity to share or sell what you create, I invite you to join my private Facebook group. This is a a place to connect with a community of likeminded people!! See you there! #creativeconnections #artcommunities #howtosellart #shareyourlight #communitymatters #jointhetribe #findyourtribe #findyourpurpose #joinnow #stayuptodate #endloneliness
One of the things that has changed about my life in recent years is the flexibility I have to schedule my work and leisure activities at various times of the week. When I worked in schools my life was so timetabled. Year in and year out, as a full time teacher, every part of my week was programmed. I even had to wait for a bell to ring to be able to go to the bathroom! I still consider myself a full time worker, and I’m still do ‘preparation and planning’ in the evenings and work on weekends, but I now have flexibility to do different things on weekdays. Here I’m having coffee with others who were widowed young, at the Brisbane Bayside catch-up, organised through the @firstlightwidowedassociation Networking with these people has helped me become a #badasswidow (just like the coffee cup, I purchased at #campwidowaustralia , says!) Almost 15 years since my husband left this world, I have morphed into a more independent, empathetic and life-loving person. If you’re longing to connect with like-minded people, you don’t have to wait for tragedy to strike. Join my networking/social club for arty people. Connecting with others can change your whole perspective on life and inspire you to do even more things that can make you happier. Contact me to learn more about becoming a member of my #clubyellow 👍🏻 Our next catch-up is on Sunday, June 23, at 2:30 pm. ☕️🥂 Contact me to learn more. Let’s chat to see if you think this group would be a good fit for YOU. 📞 🎨#endloneliness #artnetwork #socialclub #nonmemberswelcome
Whether you’re dealing with a life altering change such as the loss of a loved one, or you’re sitting at a table staring at a blank piece of paper ready to give up on your dream of becoming an accomplished artist, remember… with each new day comes new strength, new thoughts, new possibilities, new opportunities, new people, new perspectives! #nevergiveup💪 #freshstart #findyourtribe #helpisontheway One day at a time, things can slowly fall into place and gradually you’ll feel better. 💛#widowedbysuicide 😢
Meet Mandy, a busy mum and grandma who is very tuned into her needs and knows when it’s time to get out and get arty!  When she needs an ‘Art break’, she calls me! It’s like a feel good tonic! Here she has visualised her inner goddess! A reminder of her strength and power! 

What are some of the signs that you need an ART break? 

1. You’re feeling very blah about everything. Half the year is over and nothing much has changed. 

2. You consistently feel overwhelmed by all the ‘stuff’ in your life and how you will manage it. 

3. Maybe you feel guilty about the fact that you haven’t made any progress on any goals? 

4. Everything just feels harder to do! Everything seems to be working against you! 

It’s important to take time to reflect on these things and NOT ignore your feelings. It may sound counterintuitive to add more to your schedule, but taking an art break gives you time out to relax and recuperate! Time to recharge the batteries! 

Life is easier when you balance the things you HAVE to do with the things you WANT to do! 

New weekend workshops for (July-September) have just been published on my website so check out what’s on offer and book your next ‘art break’ today!!#weekendart #rechargeyoursoul #artbreak #recuperation #gainenergy
Remember, every stroke counts so don’t give up! Every ‘mistake’ or ‘failure’ really is an essential step on the path to greatness. I have heaps of ugly art filed away! It’s about never giving up!! If you enjoy the process, be prolific!! Eventually you’ll succeed beyond your wildest dreams and in the meantime you’ll have a lot of fun 🎨✨ #ArtistJourney #EmbraceTheProcess #alwayslearningalwaysgrowing #mistakesarelessons #failureisnotanoption #makeeverydaycount #allpartoftheadventure
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