Honeyeater believes in the power of community and individuals to make our world more beautiful through caring for nature, making art and using our playful creativity.
Combining the areas of art, conservation, nature play and personal growth, Honeyeater Nature Art delivers online content and classes, as well as in person workshops and retreats. We offer learning for people of all ages, including other teachers. Topics and skills covered include:
- Boosting creativity
- Keeping a nature sketchbook
- Coloured Pencil
- Mixed media
- Intuitive painting
- Basketry and weaving
- Botanical Illustration
- Nature sculpture
- Japanese brush painting
- Mandala making
- Creating art kits
Spending time in nature and making art are both grounding and healing. When combined they are powerful soul medicine.
Honeyeater gives parents and grandparents tools and skills to share the joy of creativity with their children and grandchildren. Or to simply experience peace, connection and healing for themselves. We aim to connect with nature, nurturing respect and care for the environment in people of all generations.
Our classes enable people to be enriched through learning new skills, and to feel connected and enlivened.
For further information about prices and details of courses see our Learning page. To be notified of upcoming events join our mailing list and visit us on Facebook, links at the top or bottom of the page.
We had the most wonderful morning. Jane, you made us all very comfortable with your serene nature. I loved that we could be imperfect in our work and be absolutely perfect in our sense of accomplishment! Can’t wait to join you again!!’
‘Thanks for a beautiful workshop Jane. I love all the small creative touches you gave – the handmade cards, the simple exercises and tools. Your passion shines through and it was a joy to share the space with you. You’ve reminded me that being creative doesn’t have to be all serious and hard! … or perfect :). We all deserve to play. Thanks so much.’
‘I strongly connected to the making process and gained enormous benefit from being exposed to new concepts which will certainly give me more confidence in front of the easel and will help me develop my creativity in a way that I never thought possible. You made me realise that an idealistic way of painting has been holding me back for so long.’