Woodgrove has partnered with Melton City Council to showcase talented local artist Bryce Holywell’s colourful signature mandala art in a project called ‘Flow State’.
Holywell’s fluid mandala drawings chart his personal experience of using art to improve his mental health and wellbeing. The project title, ‘Flow State’ refers to the positive state of mind we all experience when we are involved in creative activities Woodgrove Shopping Centre and Melton City Council hope this message of mental relaxation and wellbeing will resonate with residents as they navigate the impacts of COVID-19.
The colourful installation will be showcased via floor and wall decals for our community to enjoy and appreciate whilst completing their essential shopping at the centre. The artwork displays wellbeing messages which have been developed with the Council’s Wellbeing Team.
We hope Bryce Holywell’s inspiring artwork will help to support and uplift community spirits during COVID-19.
Let the kid’s creativity run wild with this online workshop. Kids can learn tips and tricks from local artist Bryce Holywell on how to create their own mandala at home. Full video shown below:
Our colouring competition has come to an end. Thank you to our Woodgrove community for their wonderful creativity. We loved seeing all the different colours and styles that everyone used!
Congratulations to our Flow State colouring competition winners:
The colouring competition may have ended but the little ones can still download a colouring sheet here to complete at the comfort of their home.
Meet Bryce Holywell, the young local artist bringing his vibrant artwork and positive message to the centre thanks to a new community art project developed by Woodgrove and Melton City Council.