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Creating Art Relieves Stress

Creating art provides a distraction, giving your brain a break from your usual thoughts.  Art is a very effective way to stimulate the brain and anyone can do it, creating art relieves stress and activities like painting, sculpting, drawing, and photography are relaxing and rewarding hobbies that can lower your stress levels and leave you feeling mentally clear and calm.
Learn the many benefits of art and why it’s so helpful for mental health our tactile workshops may be for you join in our inspirational classes- belart workshops

By |June 23rd, 2016|Categories: News|Comments Off on Creating Art Relieves Stress

Lots of Belart fun was had at the Art Shed, Morabbin on 21st May!

We had such a great group at the Belart Masterclass Workshop at The Art Shed, Morabbin on 21st May!

A fantastic time was had by all, creating spectacular 3D art designs to take home.

Thanks to special guest speaker, Bette Rankin, who attended to demonstrate the amazing technique of sound massage using Tibetan sound bowls.  Thanks Bette!

By |May 22nd, 2016|Categories: News|Comments Off on Lots of Belart fun was had at the Art Shed, Morabbin on 21st May!

New workshops launched!

​Enjoy a unique experience at our 3D Polymer Casting Resin Master Class Workshops

In a few hours you will be able to design and cast a silicone polymer creating a spectacular 3D art design.

This is a unique opportunity to:

  • Master the methods of polyurethane casting resins.
  • Learn the art of using powder and liquid pigments with acrylic colour palettes.
  • Understand the technique of mixing ratios and precise formulations of catalyst accelerators, that are required to complete the curing process.

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By |April 25th, 2016|Categories: News|Tags: |Comments Off on New workshops launched!

We had a blast at the Masterclass at the Oasis on 22nd April!

After a light supper, the workshop kicked off at 6pm and there was so much belart FUN to be had!

We explored the techniques of polyurethane resins, created stacks of polymer designs, mixing pigment colours within resins.

This was such a fun filled workshop, and our participants all worked with and took home 2 x 3D polyurethane designs across a range of shadow boxes and canvases.

This workshop was just in time for Mothers’ Day – some lucky mums will be getting some beautiful handmade gifts that were made at this masterclass!

Thanks to our special guest, the gorgeous ‘Jackie‘ from dōTERRA – Essential oils.  dōTERRA provides therapeutic-grade essential oils and wellness products to help improve your health.

By |April 22nd, 2016|Categories: News|Comments Off on We had a blast at the Masterclass at the Oasis on 22nd April!

How to Bring the Indoors Outdoors – Part 3 of 3

Part 3: Decorating & Design tips for outdoor rooms

Happy New Year to everyone. Welcome to our first publication of 2016 and our Final-part 3 edition on how to bring the indoors outdoors.
As we have established over parts 1 and 2 indoor-outdoor flows have become a new way of living and entertaining, which designers and builders are more than ever emphasizing in their floor plans. Below are a few more decorating tips to ensure the flow is complete.

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By |February 4th, 2016|Categories: Creative|Comments Off on How to Bring the Indoors Outdoors – Part 3 of 3

How to Bring the Indoors Outdoors – Part 2 of 3

Continuing with the “indoor Outdoor” style, it is very important to create that seamless flow between the indoors and the outdoors, that “blurring” of boundaries, and this is the major challenge facing the architect/designer and home renovators.  Here are some tips we have sourced and would like to share with you.   (more…)

By |December 17th, 2015|Categories: Creative|Comments Off on How to Bring the Indoors Outdoors – Part 2 of 3

How to Bring the Indoors Outdoors – Part 1 of 3

Part 1 introduces our readers to the design style known as “indoor outdoor”. This flair has become popular in Australia and is not only being incorporated into contemporary homes being constructed but is also a popular project for renovations. The indoor/outdoor style is all about blurring the boundaries between the inside and the outside of our homes, between formal and casual.  It is about extending and changing the spaces we currently live and entertain in, making them more versatile and more engaging to the senses.  This style celebrates the seasons and the “great outdoors” that Australians so love.   (more…)

By |October 23rd, 2015|Categories: Creative|Comments Off on How to Bring the Indoors Outdoors – Part 1 of 3

Introduction to Feng Shui-PART 3- 3

Welcome to our post on Feng Shui – Thank you for your feedback and the number of followers enjoying our articles. In reference to Feng Shui principles and beliefs we can apply these elements not just in our homes but also in our workplaces and our businesses to help attract positive energies, harmony and good health and fortune.

Entrance: The energy of your business is apparent before customers even decide to enter. Aim to create a strong and uncluttered flow of energy to your front entrance with clear signage, well-lit and fresh window displays, and appropriate colours. Ensure that the front door opens easily and if you have window displays, rearrange or change regularly. (more…)

By |September 2nd, 2015|Categories: Creative|Comments Off on Introduction to Feng Shui-PART 3- 3

Introduction to Feng Shui-PART 2- 3

Welcome to part 2 of our journey into Feng Shui – The five elements that are fundamental to Feng Shui (wood, fire, earth, metal, water) need to be represented in a space and in the right amount. Each one of these elements has a unique quality of energy. They are the essential components, or tools that help us to create positive and lively energy in any space.

Wood: This energy is associated with growth, abundance, vision, stability and survival. It is happy and grounded. Bring it in when you need to move forward, to boost your energy or when you want to support your health or bring in the energy of abundance. Colours are: green and brown. Shapes are rectangular. Items include: attractive healthy plants. (more…)

By |July 24th, 2015|Categories: Creative|Comments Off on Introduction to Feng Shui-PART 2- 3

Introduction to Feng Shui-PART 1- 3

Follow us on our three part journey into the ancient Chinese philosophy of Feng Shui, and learn how you can harness the energies of the elements to help to create positive, good energy in every area of our buildings, impacting on the quality of our lives.  Read more and join us at http://bellaartista.com.au/be-informed-and-inspired/

By |May 20th, 2015|Categories: News|Comments Off on Introduction to Feng Shui-PART 1- 3

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