Art, art, art!!
I'm an Anglo-Italian multidisciplinary artist looking for a creative place to learn and grow from
InterestsMountainNatureCampingAdventure sportsYoga / WellnessOutdoor activitiesHikingCharity workFarmingAnimalsArt & designPerforming artsDrawing & paintingDIY & craftsWritingMusicLGBTQPolitics / Social justiceSelf development
Skills and knowledge I'd like to share or learn
I'm interested in:GardeningLife at a FarmstayEco ProjectsAnimal CareLanguage practice
Some knowledge of:DIY and building projectsBeing an elderly companionCharity WorkHelping with Computers/ Internet
Able to teach about:Babysitting and creative playArt Projects
More details about your skills
I studied Creative and Therapeutic Arts in Wales, which grew my passion for community art work. I enjoy challenging my creativity so my art practice is fluid: writing, drawing, painting, moving, up-cycling.
My work is influenced by the internal world as well as expressing the experiences of the external world; people and places are my inspiration.
More details about my language interests
This workawayer has indicated that they would be interested in sharing their language(s) or learning a new language. You can contact them directly to discuss this.
What else ...
I'm crafty and enjoy all aspects of creating, like gardening!
I enjoy yoga and climbing, walks and deep talks.
Some more information
Special dietary requirements
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