In need of some quiet time? Give Neurographic Art a try to capture how you interact with the outside world!
- Gather materials you need, such as watercolour paper, watercolour paints, a paintbrush, water container and a black permanent marker.
- Do you have access to music you could play that encourages mindfulness that you can respond to with your artwork?
- Access this YouTube video to go through the instructions on how to create a ‘Neurological Artwork’: Neurographic Art Tutorial: Mindfulness in Art
- Watch the YouTube clip and follow the instructions to create your own neurographic artwork: Neurographic Art Tutorial: Mindfulness in Art
- Perhaps you could try this with your unit over a Zoom meeting?
- Review your finished neurographic artwork.
- Did you enjoy creating this artwork?
- Did it help calm and relax you?
- Consider continuing to practice this as a mindfulness exercise, especially when you are needing to find peace within yourself.
- For future neurographic artworks, you could use your own music to respond to – you may even make your own ‘mindfulness playlist’!