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Love doing these workshops with Louise. She is very patient, supportive and inspires creativity. It’s my go to happy place.
Pauline Thompson, Warwick Qld
Another very enjoyable workshop today. Always a great artistic learning experience in good company and you don't need to have any prior art experience!
Fran Lawler, Warwick Qld
The art classes at Studio Style Inside Out are fantastic. Louise is so creative and patient. It is such a lovely way to wind down and a great stress release.
Linda Coombes, Warwick QLD
Louise is an absolutely amazing person and business woman. She is a perfect balance of knowledgeable, professional and personal and will go above and beyond to make sure you have a fantastic experience. Her workshops are fun and therapeutic and providing this to her clients is Louise's passion. I love the pieces I have created so far and cant wait to continue doing so in the future.
Kait Peters, Warwick Qld
Highlife Magazine, Words & Images by Krista Bjorn
Published on June 1, 2018 | in Arts/Culture
‘Connecting’ is the word that guides everything Louise Tait does at her Warwick art studio and shop — Studio Style Inside Out.
“It’s a powerful word for me at the moment,” said Louise. “We’re so disconnected, and we need to reconnect. When I was 13, my father committed suicide, so mental health is very important to me. And art, being creative, is so good for the soul. It’s a happy place for me. You see a softness come over people. Even though art can be so damn frustrating, it’s a process. And even the biggest mistake can be the most beautiful thing.”
SCHOOL HOLIDAYS OFF TO A BRIGHT START
WARWICK DAILY NEWS
by Elyse Wurm
19th Sep 2017 5:00 AM
SCHOOL may be out for a couple of weeks but there was plenty of learning being done at a holiday workshop in Warwick yesterday.
A group of students gathered at Studio Style Inside Out to find out how to make bath bombs and body wash the natural way.
REGION FLUSH WITH ART
Warwick Daily News
By Tessa flemming
7 August 2019
As Warwick's toilet beautification project ends, artist Louise Tait hopes the murals will bring sunshine and community back to town.
Tessa Flemming Warwick Daily News
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