Mandala. Abstract Art. Finger paint Life. A splash of colours and emotions. Moments of joy, grief, anger, love and desire colour our days. Come join us for a meditative experience with art therapy, through the concept of Wabi Sabi - which is to accept yourself as you are. With all your imperfections. Feel. Colour. Live. Experience the Wabi Sabi Life.
- Agnostic experience to understand your emotions through colors.
- Time to think about what you are feeling.
- A SAFE space to ponder and feel your emotions through colors.
- The canvas, brushes, pallets, and paints will be provided. Snacks and tea will be served complimentary.
How It Works
- Three major activities including abstract art, finger painting, and Mandala will be conducted.
- Individual and group activities will be curated in the session for efficient engagement.
- The guests will be asked to fill out the form after registration to customise their colour pallets and to understand their emotional balance.
- During the session, one-to-many, and one on one sessions will be curated to understand their emotional self.
About your creator
Experts from the field of emotions and art are collaborating to contribute with their experience and skills to create awareness and to help people channelizing their emotions through art. Born in the foothills of the Himalayas, with an entirely different professional journey, both Deeksha and Manpreet resonated with the idea of understanding emotional well-being through art.
Dr. Deeksha Sharma from Cornell University USA, an IITR alumnus, is an Emotional Health expert with a PhD in Emotional Intelligence (EI). She is a 4 times TEDx speaker, podcast curator and author with over 8 years experience in the field of EI and mental health. She has experience of counselling and mentoring students, working professionals for their personal and professional development.
Manpreet Bhamrah, is a Visual Artist and Art Therapy Specialist with over 10 years of experience in the field of art and crafts. Armed with an MBA in Finance and several years of teaching experience, she founded ‘Ruh-e-sukoon Arts & Crafts Corner’ – an entrepreneurial venture in pursuit of her passion for the arts.