About Artists Resource
Leona has been teaching her own Art and Craft Workshops for Adults & Children in London – for over a decade.
Leona is DBS checked, fully Insured and is First Aid appointed.
All staff are DBS checked.
Find more about us below!
Creator of Artists Resource & Lead Facilitator
Leona created Artists Resource in 2011 with the Mission “To bring people together, to nurture Creativity and facilitate Transformation – for the benefit of the individual and the community.” She started with one small Art club in North London and in just a few years had grown to teaching in Schools every day and hosting Art Parties and Classes at the weekend. Most recently Leona has provided Art workshops for the England football team and BAFTA.
Leona has a strong background in material processes and techniques, having a degree in Applied Arts and applying that throughout her career. Prior to setting up Artists Resource, Leona worked for a foiling company, managing concession stands in Harrods, Hamleys and UK Trade Fairs and made Mosaic Murals for School Playgrounds with a local Artist. She also worked on the Art Dept for various independent films and was sponsored by a leading paint manufacturer to make promotional videos for their products.
Leona particularly thrives on Community Art and Group Projects, as inspiring others in the Art-making process is central to her work. She loves to bring people of all ages and all different backgrounds together – to create something new and brighten up dull spaces. Leona specialises in Sculpture and Mosaic and has her own Public Artworks in Mile End (E3), Muswell Hill (N10) and in various public and private sites in London. You can see her Artist work here: http://www.leonamatuszak.com
Laura has a background in drawing and illustration, after finishing her degree at Manchester University, she turned towards creating fine art nature inspired paintings. She creates paintings, drawings and mixed media projects all inspired by nature, colour and expression. Laura loves facilitating the creative process in a range of workshops, working with children and adults.
Lead Facilitator, Art Party and Club Assistant
Amy has a deep fascination in the natural world and studied Marine and Natural History Photography at University. Since then, she has been experimenting with portraying subjects such as plants, insects and landscapes through different mediums like pen and ink, watercolour and photography. Amy feels that sharing her Creative ideas and techniques with others and guiding them in their development inspires her and is one of the many enjoyable aspects of teaching art to young children.
Art Party and Club Assistant
Tina has a passion for all things paper and origami. Having received her BA degree in Architecture from Glasgow School of Art, she has since worked in the paper art industry commissioned for visual merchandising and branding design. With her desire to bring the joys of creativity to others, she thrives in engaging with children to encourage them to explore their own creative process through arts and craft.