Art classes aim to help unlock people's creative potential

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1st January, 2012
Art classes aim to help unlock people's creative potential
Karen Ebbs: 'I provide a series of exercises that stimulate the brain creatively'.

Karen Ebbs

**What it does:** art teaching and therapy

**Why it works:** "It is quite difficult to grab a paintbrush and look at a blank canvas and start to paint. I provide a series of exercises that stimulate the brain creatively and get energy flowing. It takes the mind away from analytical and logical ways of thinking and into a meditative state, where the mind is calm and senses are sharpened." *- Karen Ebbs, artist*

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