Transforming Lives Through Collaborative Art
Both are collaborative art projects created to share the beauty of collaborative art and help art teachers, social workers, and workshop hosts across the globe to add more value and creativity to their programs. The mission behind Circle Painting and Draw All You Can is promoting mental health and teamwork through collaborative art initiatives as well as making art accessible.Learn More
Circle Painting started as a painting experience for participants to create vibrant and collaborative artwork based on the universal and simple circle theme. With fun and easy-to-follow activities, even those who say “No” to art find themselves joining. Circle painting adds joy to events, drums up teamwork, and pumps up attendance at festivals, community events, and schools.
Following the successful introduction of Circle Painting, Draw All You Can was launched later in 2015. Suitable for both individuals and groups, Draw All You Can is based around the innovative concept of our patented drawing cards, which have been proven to help people overcome their fear of drawing.
Both projects have placed Circle Painting as a recognized collaborative art leader since 2007, providing relevant and creative training programs so art teachers, social workers, and workshop hosts across the globe can implement their projects successfully.
• New insights and skill sets
• Less stress or fear for art-making
• Highly playful and celebrate experiences
• Large-scale and dynamic artworks
• Social engagement and new friendships
We are passionate about helping educators across the country facilitate collaborative art projects. Sign up for our online art courses today and learn how to motivate your team through the beauty of collaborative art lessons.
"I recommend Circle Painting to community festivals looking for a high quality art project. Hiep is conscientious, flexible, and sensitive to the particular needs of the organizations who are his partners."
"It was the BEST professional development and community building that we have ever done. We hope to bring it back to continue our philosophy of integrating all the creativity with the STEAM idea and learning approach."
"Our staff really enjoyed the activity and the finished wall mural is amazing! Who would have thought that such a large blank canvas could be transformed so beautifully in just a few hours?