I have recently moved to the northern rivers area from a central Queensland coastal community of Tannum Sands. Where I have been involved in many community art projects and facilitated art and craft workshops with a variety of mediums and across a wide range of community demographics over a period of 20 years. The last nine years I have had a focus on Mental Health and art and creativity. I have brought this art and creativity into my work in the mental health sector finding very positive results
Recently I have been studying art therapy and trauma informed expressive art therapies.
2020 SWELL ARTWORK – The Labyrinth, Sheree Audet
The Labyrinth has been used by many ancient cultures across the world as a tool for grounding, healing, goal setting and meditation. The process of creating a Labyrinth, filling it with positive affirmations and then walking, chanting or dancing with those intentions can be a therapeutic and grounding experience for Labyrinth Walkers. Using a simple unicursal labyrinth the SWELL Community will create a connection with the Earth, our universal shared source of creativity, and a sense of profound and centered gratitude during this experiential installation.
SWELL Kids Artist Statement – The Labyrinth, Sheree Audet
Hi Kids, this a great chance for you to think about all the things, feelings and actions that make you feel good. While you walk around the labyrinth focus on all the fun things. I bet you will have a big smile on your face when you get to the other side
Come and see for yourself at SWELL Sculpture Festival, Pacific Parade, Currumbin 11-20 September.