Faux Blue Pottery – Online Session

Faux Blue Pottery – Online Session

Faux Blue Pottery – Live Online Session

Blue pottery in India is widely recognized as a traditional craft of Jaipur, though it is Turko-Persian in origin. The name “blue pottery” comes from the eye catching blue dye used to colour the pottery.
Learn to make faux blue pottery designs on a plate as a lovely home decor piece.

Materials required:-
– Terracotta plate / any ceramic plate
(The plate will need to be primed one coat of white acrylic paint on the surface and dried before we begin the session)
– Acrylic colours – Prussian blue, white, orange ,golden yellow, and a waterproof black pen or black paint .
– Brush no. –  2, 3
– Palette
– Water bowl
– A rough rag
– Pencil
– Eraser

About the Artist:
Pooja Banka creates modern and contemporary art forms while maintaining the love for Indian folk art over 15 years. She is a certified fine artist from Pune and a certified artist from Pidilite. Her page on insta is__@hunnaraunlimited.

Age : Adults and Children above 8 years.
Date: 13th July 2020
Day: Monday
Time: 5 pm to 7 pm (IST)
Venue: Online Session on Zoom
Fee: Rs 600 per person (Inclusive of GST and convenience charges)

Payment link: https://rzp.io/l/fB7s44W

Note: Once you register you will be added to a whatsapp group for ease of communication with the steps to join in.

About Bloom and Grow:

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

To stay updated with the upcoming sessions, join WhatsApp group with the link https://chat.whatsapp.com/HKDsGqJSWGgBtDENOcMVea

Alcoholic Ink Painting – Online Workshop

Alcoholic Ink Painting – Online Workshop

Alcoholic Ink Painting – Online Workshop with Arth by Kshama

Alcohol ink is an impressionistic medium. This medium is a current rage amongst artist due to its highly pigmented colors that are transparent and extremely vibrant that on drying give a wispy effect. Alcohol inks are widely used to create flowing abstract art, mixed media projects, landscapes, resin projects etc. They can be used on multiple surfaces mostly which includes non porous surfaces like glossy paper, glass, ceramic etc.

In this workshop we shall run through the various techniques of painting with alcohol inks and create our own abstract art on yupo paper and ceramics.

Materials Required:
– Yupo paper
– Ceramic (optional)
– Alcohol inks 3-4 colours
– Blending solution
– Straws
– Tissues
– Gloves

Alcohol Inks and Alcohol Ink paper
https://www.beyondinks.in
Also can check https://instagram.com/narapapers?igshid=wwjpk4fjnemc for Alcohol ink paper options.
You can also do for other brands as desired.

Please make sure you order your materials early so you get delivery before the workshop.

Day & Date: Sunday, 28th June
Time: 3 pm to 5 pm (IST)
Venue: Online Session on Zoom
Fee: Rs 600 per person (Inclusive of GST and convenience charges)

Payment Link: https://rzp.io/l/A0asnr8

Note: Once you register you will be added to a whatsapp group for ease of communication with the steps to join in.

About Bloom and Grow –

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

To stay updated with the upcoming sessions, join WhatsApp group with the link https://chat.whatsapp.com/CP1RliwfMNdDZnoCJaclOn

Shoe Painting – Online Workshop

Shoe Painting – Online Workshop

Shoe Painting – Online Workshop with Shailee’s Hand-painted Shoes

Convert a boring new pair of white canvas shoes into a ‘work of art.’ Or just revive an old pair and make it look new and colourful!
Acrylic paints are meant for canvas and they last as long as your shoes would. These painted shoes can even be washed and the paint will stay on!
These shoes make a great gifting idea and if you don’t feel like wearing them, they even look great displayed on the shelf!

Shifting your ‘canvas’ from regular surfaces like paper, fabric and stretched canvas to ‘a pair of shoes’ is very exciting! It gives you an opportunity to pick a new hobby, broaden your artistic horizon onto a new surface and do something that not many people do.

Materials required:
– Canvas shoes (could be new or used. If used, they need to be washed and dried before painting)
– Acrylic paints
– Paint brushes (round brushes no.0, 2 and a flat brush thick enough for base coat, if required)
– Water bowl and palette
– Rag or tissue to wipe and clean brushes
– Old cloth or newspaper for packing so that the shoe stays in shape while painting

About the Artist:
Shailee is an artist and designer who has been painting canvas shoes since 2012. Her shoes have traveled all over the world and she continues to take orders for custom painted accessories! She has also been practicing Indian Folk Art and loves experimenting with different Indian art forms, by painting these on various products.

Day & Date: Sunday, 21st June
Time: 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm (IST)
Venue: Online session on Zoom
Fee: Rs 500 per person (Inclusive of GST and convenience charges)

Payment link: https://rzp.io/l/Bv66yrL

Note: Once you register you will be added to a whatsapp group for ease of communication with the steps to join in.

About Bloom and Grow:

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

To stay updated with the upcoming sessions, join WhatsApp group with the link https://chat.whatsapp.com/HSaoCDNtvd8FxRV8rZckhi

Faux Blue Pottery – Online Session

Faux Blue Pottery – Online Session

Faux Blue Pottery – Live Online Session

Blue pottery in India is widely recognized as a traditional craft of Jaipur, though it is Turko-Persian in origin. The name “blue pottery” comes from the eye catching blue dye used to colour the pottery.
Learn to make faux blue pottery designs on a plate as a lovely home decor piece.

Materials required:-
– Terracotta plate / any ceramic plate
(The plate will need to be primed one coat of white acrylic paint on the surface and dried before we begin the session)
– Acrylic colours – Prussian blue, white, orange ,golden yellow, and a waterproof black pen or black paint .
– Brush no. –  2, 3
– Palette
– Water bowl
– A rough rag
– Pencil
– Eraser

About the Artist:
Pooja Banka creates modern and contemporary art forms while maintaining the love for Indian folk art over 15 years. She is a certified fine artist from Pune and a certified artist from Pidilite. Her page on insta is__@hunnaraunlimited.

Age : Adults and Children above 8 years.
Date: 6th June 2020
Day: Saturday
Time: 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm (IST)
Venue: Online Session on Zoom
Fee: Rs 500 per person (Inclusive of GST and convenience charges)

Payment link: https://rzp.io/l/6atWYSe

Note: Once you register you will be added to a whatsapp group for ease of communication with the steps to join in.

About Bloom and Grow:

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

To stay updated with the upcoming sessions, join WhatsApp group with the link https://chat.whatsapp.com/HKDsGqJSWGgBtDENOcMVea

Image Transfer workshop – Beginner workshop in Bangalore

Image Transfer workshop – Beginner workshop in Bangalore

Image Transfer workshop – Beginner workshop in Bangalore
 
Image Transfer is the art of transferring the print on to the surface.
 
In the workshop, participants will learn to
 1) Transfer image on a tray
2) Photo transfer with coloured images.
3) we will also discuss the different types of image transfer materials
4) Distressing on wooden tray using wax and sand paper
5) Use of  paints on the surface to be used for image transfer (Participants choose the colours coordinating to the image selected)
 
All materials will be provided to complete a 8*8 inches square wooden tray.
 
Takeaways:
Tray – A beautiful image transferred tray with a distressed finish
And a lot of learning!
After attending this workshop you will be able to use this technique on any possible type of surface such as canvas, metal, glass…you will be able to transfer an image on the surface you want to!
 
Artist: Tanvi Shah
 
Date: 21st March, 2020
Day: Saturday
Time: 10:30 am to 1:30 pm
Fees: Rs 1500 (inclusive of all materials)
Booking fee: Rs 500 (Balance amount of Rs 1000 to be paid at the venue)
Venue: Bloom and Grow, Koramangala
 
Note: Participants need to register by paying the booking amount and balance at the venue. Alternatively, you can pay full fees online. Please note DO NOT pay both booking fees and full fees.
About Bloom and Grow:
Bloom & Grow facilitates artist-led art & craft workshops in studios and also, conducts art based corporate workshops across India.
Kalamkari – Traditional Art workshop for Beginners in Bangalore

Kalamkari – Traditional Art workshop for Beginners in Bangalore

Kalamkari – Traditional Art workshop for Beginners in Bangalore

Hey peps! Are you ready to explore the traditional art of Andhra ?If yes, then join us on August 4th for the KALAMKARI workshop on how to paint KALAMKARI motifs and colour palette of one of the most beautiful traditional art.
 
What is KALAMKARI?
It is a traditional fabric art of Andhra Pradesh which is famous for the colours, patterns and workmanship!
They earlier worked with natural dyes that add more beauty to the art.
 
What you will learn?
 
1. Understanding KALAMKARI and its origin.
2. Understanding on how to work on original KALAMKARI.
3. Understanding the colour scheme of KALAMKARI and how it is different from other artforms.
4. Practising few KALAMKARI floral motifs and designs with fabric colours
5. Working on a KALAMKARI painting as a final product.
 
ARTIST – Megha Menon (https://www.instagram.com/p/Bu3pVyFAxXi/?igshid=1e02wtkgz9x38)
 
All the required materials for the workshop will be provided at the venue!
 
Take Away – You will be taking home a A4 size KALAMKARI painting which will be on fabric.
 
( The painted piece can later be stitched to small purse or a pouch or framed as is. )
 
Date – 4th August
Day – Sunday
Time – 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Fee – Rs 1800 per person ( inclusive of all materials)
Booking fee –Rs 500 ( Balance amount of Rs 1300 to be paid at the venue)
Venue – Bloom and 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.

 

 

Gold Leaf Gilding on Terracotta Pot – Beginner’s workshop in Bangalore

Gold Leaf Gilding on Terracotta Pot – Beginner’s workshop in Bangalore

Gold Leaf Gilding on Terracotta Pot – Beginner’s workshop in Bangalore

About Gold Leaf Gilding –

Gilding is a decorative technique for applying a very thin coating of gold to solid surfaces such as metal (most common), wood, porcelain, or stone. Gold leaf is gold that has been hammered into thin sheets by goldbeating and is often used for gilding. Layering gold leaf over a surface is called gold leafing or gilding. And it gives an object a gold appearance at a fraction of the cost of creating a solid gold object.

Step-by-Step process of Gilding

  • Prepare and Prime the Surface
  • Apply Adhesive Size
  • Apply the Leaf
  • Finishing
  • Protection
  • The Finished Result!

During this 3-hour session,
Participants will learn:

  • how to prepare Terracotta pot for painting, create textures and layers with different art mediums and colours.
  • How to use Gold Leaf to get the most wonderful effect.
  • How to add little something for a professional look to your project.

Learn this very beautiful and classic technique of Gold Leaf Gilding on Terracotta Pot.

We will be sharing lots of Tips and Techniques so you can work on different surfaces like canvas, paper, wood, glass to expand your creativity.

Instructor : Shilpa Nagaonkar

Participants will Take Away:
We will be working on 6″ tall Terracotta Pot. You will take home the masterpiece you have created.

Age: 12 years and above

Day & Date: Saturday, 13th July, 2019

Timings: 10.30 am to 1.30 pm

Fees: Rs 2000 per person (Includes all materials)

Booking Fee: Rs 500 (Balance of Rs 1500 to be paid at the venue)

Venue: Bloom and 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.