Have you ever wondered what do Maths, Psychology and Arts share in common?
Fractals are never-ending patterns that are self-similar across different scales. They are created by repeating a simple pattern over and over in an ongoing feedback loop. Fractal patterns are extremely familiar, since nature is full of fractals: trees, mountains, clouds,rivers, etc. They can be used to describe the world around us and within us as well.
Drawing fractals and colouring them reveals the impact fractals and colours have on our lives. The smallest pattern in a fractal has the same structure as the whole fractal. This recursive replication of exactly the same pattern at every scale is called a self-similar pattern. If we apply this to humans, a new door for possibilities opens: by changing one part of our drawing we can change our whole drawing,by changing one part of our being we can change our whole being.
Fractal Drawing Method is a unique Art Therapy tool founded by the Russian clinical psychologist Tanzilija Polujahtova. The method itself, through stimulation of brain areas for creativity, colours, feelings, intuition and precise motor functions, facilitates the activation of the right side of the brain. The resulting activation and rewiring of new neuronal pathways initiates an emotional self-regulatory processes. This easy to learn drawing technique opens an infinite area of possibilities and positive changes.
Would you like to learn more about your own limitations and discover your true potential? Join us on June 15th, 2019 and learn more about Fractal Method Drawing, presented by Ana Pavicic, certified Fractal Drawing Instructor.
Art materials will be provided
No previous experience is needed.
Venue: The Dublin Creative Therapy Centre, Great Denmark Street, Dublin 1
Time: 10am – 5pm
For bookings please contact firstname.lastname@example.org