This is one stage in the GASP process.
I was photographing the paintings
in progress with my phone,
on my laptop screen so the
photos only can give you an idea of
that was happening.
Watercolour on paper
Georgia Fullerton © 2020
This is a later stage in the process.
The painting is wonderful,
but I photographed the image
on my computer with
my phone, so you don't quite
get the full beauty of it.
Tonight Georgia Fullerton hosted a Zoom celebration to introduce her
GASP Expressive Art Therapy process. GASP stands for Georgia's
Art Story Process. Clients fill out a questionnaire about themselves --
their wishes, and what they believe is holding them back.
Georgia explained the process to her guests on Zoom, and then began
a Gasp painting for one of the people in the audience. As she painted
she described the meaning of the colours and lines she was putting
on the paper. It was magnificent to watch her in action. She is
a beautiful painter, but also every line, every colour had significance,
because it was about the person she was creating it for.
One guest put people's reactions perfectly at the end of the evening
when the prices for the process were presented to us. She said
she'd much rather book a group Gasp for her family, than pay for
another set of Walmart family photos. With GASP each client not
only comes away with a beautiful painting, but also with a deeper
understanding of themself.
Thank you Georgia for a wonderful night.
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