Vedic Art with Annette

The goal of Vedic Art is to enable us to learn about ourselves. The Vedic Art programme is not a painting course but a process of meditating in front of the canvass in order to fully express our heart's desires. The outcomes appear in the form of paintings. You do not need to have any previous experience as you are intuitively guided as to how to paint.

The process helps to awaken our creativity and our inner creator. 

Vedic Art is based on 5000-year-old Vedic principles from ancient India. During the course you receive key elements of this Vedic knowledge in staged exercises, activating your consciousness and inspiring you to find ways to create more meaningful art, maximise your creativity and lead a more fulfilling life. 

This powerful, ancient wisdom can be tapped into to activate your heart's intuition, help you shed limitations, and unlock your heart’s deepest desires. Its goal is to inspire solutions enabling the fulfilment of these dreams and open up your consciousness, so that you experience more colour and passion in your life, creativity and relationships.

The Vedic Art process helps us expand our vision and activates our heart-directed guidance, leading us towards balance and harmony with everyone around us and with the whole planet. This powerful process brings truly magical experiences to workshop participants. Vedic Art is for you if you want to experience more love, fun and fulfilment, deepen your state of consciousness, feel more at peace, and understand yourself better. 

Vedic Art group workshops- please enquire via the online form on the Contact Us page.

Vedic Art workshops structure:    

Level 1 Foundation-30 hours- 4 days: 10am-6pm

Level 2 Continuation- 30 hours- 4 days: 10am-6pm

Vedic Art  one-to-one:

It is your own personal individualised workshop.

Dates and place by individual appointment to suit your schedule. 


In participants' words:


"The VA course allowed me to release some strong feelings that hindered my work. As a result, I became much more productive and finished my consecutive book with much more ease.
I am thankful for the experience, and for Annette’s very professional and
informative delivery."

David Frodin
Honorary Research Associate at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Gardens, London.

"I have been studying Vedic Art under the guidance of
Annette. I completed Foundation and Continuation this year with her.
During the course and in these classes I was deeply impressed with Aneta’s approach to teaching Vedic Art, especially with regards to her clear communication, delivery, and by the quality of the content.

Annette has helped me immeasurably with improving my understanding of the ideas of Vedic Art and how to apply its philosophy in the creative process.

Her classes were excellent and well planned.
I cannot thank Annette enough for the support, care, patients and guidance she has given me."

Jackie Lewis, painter, spirit plant healer, crystal healer

"Vedic Art course with Annette was simply amazing. I not only learned a new definition of Art, but also realised how deeply the source of creativity is embedded in each one of us equally. Annette's deep understanding of Vedic Art principles enabled me to dive deep and enjoy this beautiful experience! She is a great teacher and looked after us very well throughout the course. I am looking forward to do the part two Vedic Art course!"

Neelam Mishra, NHS Key Worker, London

"I enjoyed the tranquility of the Vedic Art course and it inspired me to take up the painting again after many years of stagnation. I would recommend it for anyone who would like to be freed up and inspired in both creative and real life."

Marina Bowater, painter, London

"I really enjoyed this course. Each Vedic principle stimulates new ideas about how to be creative and guide one to produce something unique. The practical exercises are very enjoyable and I was surprised and delighted by the results.

Annette is a sympathetic and inspiring teacher and she encourages participants to bring out their own individual response to these guiding principles. This course is great fun for anyone who wants to delve more deeply into the creative process, and reflect on how we can be creative in all aspects of our life."

Jenny Pruess, artist, Eastbourne


Vedic Art training is based on seventeen Vedic principles that guide you to create your life and art from your heart, activating your intuition and creativity.


Vedic Art is available for everyone, and is beneficial whether or not you have artistic experience. We use painting to awaken the intuitive creator within. Therefore, you do not need to know how to paint to create inspiring paintings.

The seventeen principles are a map that activates your creative life force through practical and meditative tasks. Vedic art calls forth your creativity from deep down in your subconscious with the result that you become more confident about yourself and your capabilities in art, relationships, work and in all areas of your life.

Veda is neither a religion nor a philosophical tendency, but
rather, combines life and art. The first results are manifested in your painting, then in your life.

There is no right or wrong in this workshop; the focus is on the creative process. Students at all levels work side by side with the underlying idea that comments are not made about each other’s work. This creates a safe, non-judgmental environment. Together we make a peaceful atmosphere where our creativity flourishes, our hearts open, and above all we have fun!


These are Curt Kallman’s own words about Vedic Art:


"Vedic Art does not teach anyone how to paint. No - Vedic Art is a way to remember how to paint. And not only to remember how art can be created. From the very beginning, when we hear about the seventeen Vedic Principles of Art, we begin to remember the whole story of life. From where we come, and where we are going. Vedic Art contains a navigation map. Use the compass You have in Your brain and find the way to the chamber of peace in Your heart. Then – when You dip Your brush in light, space and bliss, eternity will be pictured. When you enter into Your work of art - in Your self referral dialogue – You will find the code of how life can be lived and how a piece of art can open doors in heaven and on Earth."

Vedic Art is shared through an oral tradition  given from teacher to student. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi is the well known founder of Transcendental Meditation. In the sixties Swedish artist Curt Kallman studied with Maharishi.  

Quietly, Maharishi tested Curt, and after seven years of testing, he decided to  share with Curt the teachings of Vedic Art. For the next fourteen years Curt  Kallman integrated these teachings into his art and life. Then in 1988 he  started to share these teachings in Scandinavia.