Art lab offers space to explore creativity

Restless Raven Art Lab offers people a bright, cozy studio space to explore their creative side.

Sarah Stromquist is opening a new art space in Royston.

Comox Valley resident Sarah Stromquist has always been passionate about the arts. Her new home-based business, Restless Raven Art Lab, has been in the making for years, and she is thrilled to open the doors to the public in September.

Restless Raven’s bright and cozy studio offers a wonderful environment for students of all ages to explore their creativity. Whether you’re exploring art for the first time or reacquainting yourself with an old love, Restless Raven has a class or workshop suited for your needs and objectives.

Everyone is welcome to explore, create and get inspired with a variety of mediums in an encouraging setting. Students will learn techniques and processes of art making as they experiment with a variety of methods and materials.

Classes are designed to offers students a unique experience that encourages and engages creatively. Small class sizes offer students valuable interaction with the teacher.

Stromquist is a wife and mother of two daughters. A creatively restless individual, she always has a project or two on the go. Never one to back away from digging in and getting messy, Stromquist models her artistic values throughout her daily life.

Subscribing to the theory that creativity comes from within, her main goal with is to provide an artistic atmosphere that inspires and promotes personal expression. Stromquist believes creativity transfers itself to all facets of life and is important to the development of life skills, such as critical thinking, confidence and problem solving.

Visit restlessravenartlab.com and www.facebook.com/restlessravenartlab.

Call (250) 400-5500 or email restlessraven@shaw.ca.

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