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Learn how the STAX Process works and grab a spot for one of our courses.

CREATE YOUR STORY

As we move through life, we need daily reminders of our awesomeness. Store-bought quotes often don’t resonate. When we see our own words, the affirmations make sense. They sound true. So we believe them. Hang them on your walls: reinforcing powerful messages on the daily.

 

ONE BOX AT A TIME

 

Everyone is creative, but we often get in our own way. For much of my life, creativity – specifically art and writing - was off-limits because I was afraid to make mistakes. Then I discovered cardboard as a canvas.

 

The number one reason I love cardboard is it’s free and abundant, relieving the pursuit of perfection. Every time I arrive at the canvas, it’s an experiment. I often lay out multiple canvases at once and see where the process takes me.

 

I am also inspired by the fact that cardboard art is not permanent. It evolves as we evolve. Cardboard art can accurately reflect a moment in time that, someday, no longer resonates. It’s easy, no-fuss, and meaningful, but a joy to swap out for new pieces.

 

 

CREATIVITY IS THERAPEUTIC

Being actively creative has had a ripple effect in every facet of my life, and this is what I want to share with you. Sure, I want to share my art. But what I really want to share is my process.

 

STAX studio is an outlet for expressing what we are feeling, unlocking our fears, and affirming our own personal processes. This is an invitation to grow, to heal, by giving yourself the freedom to make mistakes and just play.

COMING SOON: OUR FIRST COURSE

CONFRONTING YOUR INNER CRITIC

Weekly 1 hour zoom plus short videos for at-home writing and art exercises each week. There will be one writing and one art project per week. We work on topics through writing and then play with those words through art.

6 weeks.

INCLUDES: STAX art supply starter box with the materials you will need for this course, and beyond.

WHAT YOU NEED: cardboard box, cutting tool (scissors, box cutter), good internet connection with zoom installed, and an open mind