Student Testimonials

“My session was Jane was really fun! I was immediately transported back to my college art room reliving my youth and wondering why I ever abandoned my artistic side. I felt the process enabled me to connect with parts of me I had forgotten. I also felt emotion rising in me – happiness and joy to put paintbrush to paper, the beautiful colours of the paint, the textures.  I had forgotten I could just create art just for me, to be free, to experiment and to connect and Jane helped me realize this part of me still exists. I have already hauled out all my art materials and have began working out what I have and what I can do with it! And I’m definitely going back!” Rachel Allan

“My art sessions with Jane melted away a lot of the ice which I have packed around my creative impulses, giving me the courage to explore further. And I am hoping that in the longer term, this will make me come back to my art more often, letting me express myself more frequently & lucidly through my art.” Uttara Dey⁠

“Fabulous. Inspiring. Everyone should try this course at least once in their lives and discover their creative side. Jane’s techniques of getting us to open up and subdue the inner critic are wonderful.“ Claire Harvey

“A mega fun art class with Jane. She’s super patient and inspiring, and even an engineer / control freak like me managed to unleash my inner artist and created paintings I’m really proud of” Michelle Oxtoby

“Jane was an excellent guide in opening up and exploring my creativity. She gave me the space to do this and the non-judgmental, caring and passionate attitude she has made me feel relaxed and enthused. The class has made me think about creativity in other areas of my life and the benefits it can have for my wellbeing.” Sarah Hughes

“This has been very beneficial to me in more ways than I had imagined! I have confidence in making art again and have found the joy in experimentation. I feel that this course has given me the push to keep making art and not compare myself to others quite so much, which has been a big barrier in the past!” Christine Robertson