Roleystone resident’s creativity in extraordinary minds show - depression lifts
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ROLEYSTONE resident Bev Sinclair knows what’s it like to struggle with depression – but she didn’t expect a creative art workshop to help her with that battle.
After taking part in The Extraordinary Mind Project, a program that helps people re-capture their natural creative talents, she found her depression lifted.
Established by WA-born Jan Cross, the project has helped more than 3000 people transform their artistic abilities in a few hours, helping them go from drawing stick figures to accomplished illustrations.
“I was looking for something and what amazed me was the course brought me into the now,” Ms Sinclair said.
“People started coming into my life, like other artists, and I discovered how wonderful it is to sit for hours on end, put my music on and let the artistic flow start.
“When I go out for a run now, I see things – cobwebs with little sparkles and lights on them, shading, light, dark and all the bits in between – it’s wondrous.”
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