We design and facilitate collaborative, fun and creative experiences that rise above the day to day, and enable people to open their imagination and see their full potential. We aspire to create a new lens that organisations look through to see a kaleidoscope of possibility.
Hi I am inspired when I see you inspired, and I am over the moon when I see you inspiring others. I have held senior leadership roles in a number of multinational organisations, leading teams that enjoyed incredible success, but more importantly, had fun doing it. If it's not fun, I'm not interested, so you can guarantee that if you are working with me or my team, it's going to be a great ride, with amazing results. Read more about Trish.
I became an artist as I am inspired by seeing what the human imagination can do...being able to imagine something and then realise it by sharing it with other people, well that's just magic. When I realised that if you become an artist you can just keep make-believing into your adult life I was like, Yes Please!
I was inspired to pursue art, after having visited an exhibition in Berlin back in 1997. All it took was one painting, and I was stolen by the raw potential for expressing the inexpressible, and connecting with people directly on a human level.
The reason I work in the arts is because I truly believe in the power of radical self expression (be that on an individual or company level) and see the visual arts as a tool that provides access to a mode of creative thinking that has the capability to empower, energise and invigorate all who come into contact with it.
Being an artist means being in your own head...a lot. So with Mind Gallery, it’s awesome to get into other peoples heads for a change! It’s rewarding to help people break their barriers, get creative, and achieve more than they ever thought possible. The experience extends beyond the workshops – Mind Gallery is a fantastically fun group to be involved with!
Lachlan Frank McGuiness OAM
I decided to become an artist when my Mum showed me a bust of my grandfather she had made, and I was inspired by the way art could convey life. I like skill sharing with people and Mind Gallery is a great medium to do this. The most inspiring part of working with the Mind Gallery is when Trish gets fabulous and the excitement in peoples eyes when they are about to paint.