Here is your entry into the amazing world of Brush Lettering. Brush lettering is like Modern Calligraphy with Brush Script. The art is about creating letters, strokes, and projects with brush pens or brush tip tools.
Brush Lettering is a versatile and elegant form of hand lettering and is great for making posters, bookmarks, etc. Distributed comfortably over two days, this is a beginner-friendly session to help you create art, using letters and words. The course will include :
-Techniques to use brush pens
-Basic strokes with the brush
-Nuances of pressure variation
Pastels are fun, and versatile! Pastel drawings and paintings glow with intensely luminous color and rich texture.
Soft pastels are easily blendable, and can be blended with fingers, a blending stump, or a cloth. Unlike the process of painting, the colors are mixed directly on the paper and the colors that are produced, are wonderfully intense.
The following techniques would be taught during the session:
– Cross Hatching
– Side strokes
– Little strokes
With a lot of notable artists making soft pastels as their primary medium, considering that they are fun to use, just like a chalk!
Materials needed –
– Soft pastels
– Thick art sheet
So come explore the brilliant colors and just dive right in without needing paintbrushes, solvents or a palette.
Day & Date: Sunday, 12th July
Time: 3 pm to 5 pm (IST)
Fee: Rs 600 per person (Inclusive of GST and convenience charges)
Venue: Online session on zoom
Original Stained Glass – Beginners workshop in Bangalore
Just a note at the beginning, this is NOT a workshop on glass painting. This is the original stained glass art where glass sheets are hand cut and soldered with lead and tin to make a piece of art. Tiffany styled lampshades and door and window panels are the best examples of this art form.
In the beginners workshop of stained glass you will learn basic and advanced (basically all forms) of scoring and cutting glass sheets. For eg. straight line, curves, triangles, circles and deeper circular cuts etc. The next step would be grinding of the glass, then Foiling it and finally soldering it to make a two sun-catchers for your balcony/garden.
Beaded wires and hooks will be provided along with your finished pieces. Although the practice cuts will be done on clear glass, we shall be using ONLY original coloured imported glass for your finished piece.
All the materials will be provided at the Venue
Artist- Sarus from Glasshopper
Takeaway -The glass cutting tool with you along with your three finished pieces.
Day – Saturday
Date – 8th June
Time – 2.00pm – 7.30pm
Fee – ₹6500/-(inclusive of all the materials)
Booking fee – Rs 500/- (Balance to be paid at the venue)