Coffee painting on coasters – Beginners workshop

Coffee painting on coasters – Beginners workshop

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http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=cheap-female-cialis-in-usa The palatable fragrance of coffee brings joy to our mornings. But did you ever wonder that you could even brew your painting! Yea, we are talking about painting with a twist!

miglior sito per acquistare viagra generico 25 mg a Venezia Use your everyday beverage in painting this weekend following the same basic principles of paintings. Here, the artist will guide participants to make use of coffee as the primary medium instead of oil, watercolor, acryclic or any other form of paint. We will make coffee solutions – adding coffee to water in variable quantity with give different shades to the brewed coffee color solution!

http://acrossaday.com/?search=levitra-samples Coffee paintings involve working with only one color, but its potential for art is limitless. Participants will be able to use coffee as a resourceful medium to be able to create texture, shadows, gradients and depth.

http://buy-generic-clomid.com/buy_clomid_50_mg_tablets.html The workshop will be about creating Temple designs coasters by Coffee. Participants will get to make 4 different design coasters with coffee.

About the Artist – Hima Bindu
Growing up years, art & crafts and paintings were a big part of Hima’s school and college curriculums. Hima draws her inspiration from her mother (Paint using Black Ink). Hima paints in 12 different styles. Oil paints had impacted her health, she started to look for alternatives.

Incidentally, she was introduced to paint using Coffee as a medium
(Natural Dye). For the past 8 years, she has been painting using Coffee.Doing her little bit to the mother nature – Hima likes to reuse and recycle.
She uses the left-over Coffee Powder from the used filtered Coffee along with the decoction. Dried instant coffee powder sachets, beans also find their way in her work.
Hima likes to render most of the Indian art forms using Coffee.
Some of the Indian art forms rendered by Hima using Coffee are Madhubani, Tanjore, Kalamkari, Gond,
Worli, Kerala Mural…
Coffee heART Brewing!

Day & Date: Sunday, 13th May

Timings – 2.30pm – 6pm
Fee: Rs 2000 (inclusive of materials and taxes)
Venue: Bloom & Grow, Koramangala
Takeaway: 4 Temple design coasters

About Bloom and Grow:

Bloom & Grow facilitates artist-led art & craft workshops in studios and also, conducts art based corporate workshops across India.

Mini Album Workshop

Mini Album Workshop

Mini Album Workshop by Jasmine Siddiqui

Learn to make this super cute 3″ Mini album.
It contains 7 pages with pockets n flaps to hold your cherished memories.
You can even use this mini album to write down small contents.
A pocket-friendly album made with the least available craft supplies.
Can be made on any theme.

Day & Date: Saturday, 28th April
Timings: 11 am to 1 pm
Fee: Rs 750 inclusive of all material (Please paytm Rs 500 to 9320008586)
Venue: Bloom & Grow, Koramangala

 

Bead Bezelling using Bead-weaving techniques – Beginner workshop

Bead Bezelling using Bead-weaving techniques – Beginner workshop

Bead Bezelling using bead-weaving techniques with Srutiza Mohanty from Risham Jewelry

Wouldn’t you love to learn something new and creative this summer!
Then this bead weaving workshop is just right for you. It doesn’t require any fancy equipment, yet you get to create and make intricate and unique jewelry pieces that you will cherish and they even make wonderful gifts.

Bead-weaving is a great technique and requires minimal space and tools, so it’s easy to get started.
Ever seen those beautiful earrings with crystals and stones encased in a metal bezel. Ever wondered why it always has to be metal and not something else- like beads!!! 😀

Learn the delicate art of bezelling a Swarovski rivoli crystal using bead weaving techniques. Bead bezelling can be done using various techniques and one of the most popular ones uses one of the core techniques of tubular peyote and netting.

In this workshop we will learn how to create this beautiful & elegant earrings using the peyote bezel and how to enhance the look by embellishing it further with crystals. We will be using a Swarovski Rivoli as the center focal, Toho seed beads for bezelling and crystals for the embellishment.

What you will learn :
– What is bead bezelling?
– Introduction to peyote and its variations
– Learn to do the tubular peyote (We will be using this to do the bezel) and how to reduce a tubular peyote structure
– Introduction to netting
– What is embellishment and how we can use it enhance our bezelled Swarovski rivoli
– Attaching ear hooks to your designs
– Understanding various threads available and tools required
– Other Resources like links to online resources etc.
– Q&A

Who can learn it :
The only pre-requisite is to be able to thread a needle. As the saying goes – “If you can thread a needle, you can bead weave.”

What you need to bring to this class:
All raw materials will be provided. The materials provided will be enough to complete the projects you will learn and begin the workshop.

However, if you have any ideas of what you would like to make, feel free to bring pictures, sketches or ideas. We can discuss and the trainer can provide you with suggestions.

Artist: Srutiza Mohanty from Risham Jewelry

Day & Date: Saturday, 21st & Sunday, 22nd April
Time: 10:30am-1:30am
Fee: Rs 3500 (includes all material cost)
Venue: Bloom & Grow, Koramangala

About Bloom and Grow:

Bloom & Grow facilitates artist-led art & craft workshops in studios and also, conducts art based corporate workshops across India.

Let’s create String Art with Urban Ladder

Let’s create String Art with Urban Ladder

Want to learn something that’s part art, part math? Walk into the Urban Ladder store on the 14th of April for an engrossing workshop on string art!

String art, or pin and thread art, is an arrangement of coloured threads strung between points to form patterns. So what’s the math angle? Simply that it has its origins in the ‘curve stitch’ activities invented by Mary Boole at the end of the 19th century – to make the idea of calculus more accessible to children. And then in the 1970s, string art went mainstream, when artists began using it to create increasingly complex figures.

In this workshop, facilitators from Bloom and Grow will guide you to make interesting compositions on a 5″ x 7″ wooden piece using string art. We will also take you through its applications on various materials, so you can go home and experiment with the technique. At the end of the workshop, you’ll take home with you a piece of quirky string artwork.

So come over, and string along a friend if you will!

Date: April 14
Time: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Venue: Urban Ladder Furniture Store (Domlur)
Address: 1st, 2nd and 3rd Floor, No. 259 and 276, Amarjyothi HBCS Layout, Domlur, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560071
Phone: 080 4666 6777
Fee: INR 700
Takeaway: Your very own piece of string art.