Celia Moriarty loved art when she was growing up and was invited to the Royal South Australian as a teenager. Then however, life intervened and she had to earn a living. It wasn’t until Celia was over 50 that the call to art brought her back.
From showing the beauty of Australian flora to entice people to use more Australian natives in their garden, to portrait projects acknowledging excellence and highlighting the need for action and change, painting is the medium Celia uses to engage what matters to her. Celia Moriarty wants to create art to inspire others to see beauty and to want more of it in the world.
Celia Moriarty’s successful business as a communication facilitator for many years dealing with issue resolution and business pitching, taught her that people can achieve amazing things when they use step-by-step processes. Breaking ideas into bite-sized chunks, and making information logical and simple might seem obvious, but it is a game changer. So it is with learning and creativity. Understanding how the brain engages with the creative process can help unlock your internal artist. Celia’s method as an art teacher is to help people find confidence through process. Once you know more about how you connect with the creative process you understand more about your own purpose.
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You can contact Celia Moriarty about her art tips or art techniques and online courses directly via her website at celiamoriartyart.com.au.