Imprinting and pattern making workshop in Bangalore
What’s a better way to be able to imprint your own designs on Tee shirts, Tote Bags, Bed linens, Sarees, Scarfs, Gift wraps, envelops etc.?
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP :
The process of Imprinting is extremely fun and creative and is suitable for anyone who is ready to dip in a fun and engaging process of Stamp making. Once you learn the basics of Print Making you’ll be able to design literally anything on any surface!
Whether you are looking to sell your own prints online or want to learn a new hobby or looking for anything that will have you hooked! Join us!
This workshops takes you an interesting journey of design development, colour theory and techniques of imprinting in various mediums.
WORKSHOP CONTENT :
The workshop starts with
1. Introduction to Design and Pattern development – Various styles in Stamp making
2. Live demonstration of various techniques in Stamp making using various materials.
3. Be the creator! Design the stamps – Choosing the right amount of detailing and styling.
4. Tool selection and stamping process assisted by us
5. Selection of the required Colors and colour scheme for your design.
6. Imprinting on papers and Fabrics provided
The attendees have the right to choose between Imprinting on any one Paper (Packaging paper or Envelopes) and Fabric (Tote Bags or Scarfs) . You can bring your own Fabrics ( T-shirts, Napkins, Pillow covers etc.)
You really don’t need to be a pro at designing. The workshop is suitable for all ages as long as you are ready to get your creative juices out! All Materials will be provided. In the end you will have a designed Tote bag or a Scarf alongside Printed Papers as takeaways alongside some crazy memories!
Date : 14th December, 2019
Day : Saturday
Time : 2.30 pm to 6.30 pm
Fee : Rs 2000 per person (Including all Materials)
Booking Fee : Rs 500 per person (Balance amount of Rs 1500 to be paid at the Venue)
Venue : Bloom and Grow, Koramangala
For any queries feel free to contact Ria : +919021345600 / Ajinkya : +919922258173
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.
Brush Lettering Art – Beginners Workshop in Bangalore
Brush lettering, or Brush calligraphy is one of the most versatile styles of lettering that exist. The key to the popularity of this style has been the free form and the creative freedom of this particular lettering technique.
This 2 day workshop will focus on the basics of lettering using brushes and brush pens. The participants will learn how to create a fully lettered poster from scratch, and the techniques behind the art of the same. This will surely be an exciting journey as we all brush our way through the world of modern lettering and typography.
In these two days, you will be learning –
- Introduction to lettering
- Overview about Brush lettering
- Is lettering and calligraphy the same?
- About the tools
- About the basic strokes
- Lettering Uppercase and lowercase alphabets
- Different Blending techniques with Brush pens
- Some art techniques to combine with lettering
- Composition of a lettering piece
- Final Project
All the materials needed to make a successful lettering piece will be provided at the venue. Some of the key elements of the kit include:
- Set of Brush Pens
- Watercolor cakes
- Watercolor Brush
- Printed booklet of practice sheets. (With guidelines)
- Pencil, ruler, eraser.
- A4 size watercolor paper for final project.
Artist – Amritanshu Das is a self taught artist and has been practicing calligraphy for over 9 years. After a successful first workshop last summer, he is back with his second workshop on Brush lettering. Do not miss the chance to learn from a passionate teacher.
Age – 10yrs & above.
Limited seats available
Date – 16th & 17th November 2019
Day – Saturday and Sunday
Time – 3 pm-6 pm
Fee – Rs 1800 per person (Includes all materials)
Booking fee – Rs 500 per person (Balance amount of Rs 1300 to be paid at the venue)
Venue – Bloom and Grow, Koramangala
About Bloom and Grow
About Bloom and Grow:
Paint it like FRIDA : Self Portrait Workshop.
“I Paint Self-Portraits Because I Am So Often Alone, Because I Am The Person I Know Best.” Frida Kahlo!
Frida Kahlo De Rivera Was A Mexican Painter, Who Mostly Painted Self-Portraits. Inspired By Mexican Pop Culture, Participants Attending This Workshop May Decide To Paint A Self Portrait Or The Legend Herself As We Let Your Creative Interpretation Take Over.
Paint it Like FRIDA, is a workshop to pay homage to the greatest female artist of twentieth century, explore her fascinating life and take some inspiration from her works. You will be guided by Ruchi Bagrecha to create a Frida inspired self-portrait painting that tells a story of who you are.
Participants will be asked to think about symbolism that might reflect particular personal experiences or traits, loved ones, fears and dreams.
Participants will make a Self portrait painting on canvas using Acrylic paints, Brushes and knives.
You can choose from Frida Kahlo’s reference paintings to make a masterpiece of your own.
Artist: Ruchi Bagrecha
Take Away: A 12”x16” Self portrait Acrylic Painting made by you in the workshop.
Materials will be provided at the venue
Age: 8 and above
No prior art experience is needed
Date: 28th July 2019
Time: 10:30 am to 1:30 pm
Fee: Rs.1800(including materials for the painting)
Booking Fee: Rs.500 (balance of Rs.1300 to be paid at venue)
Venue: Bloom and Grow, Koramangala
About Bloom and Grow:
Ironing and Decoupage on Box – Beginner workshop in Chennai, Velachery
Learn unique, amazing and easy and wrinkle-free decoupage techniques in this fun hands-on workshop. This is ideal for both kids and adults and no prior knowledge is required. You will be working on a 5*5 inches MDF box
Techniques you will learn
- Preparing a MDF base
- Tissue handling and usage (You will be given different tissue designs to choose your design from)
- Two different techniques of decoupage with tissue, which can be applied to various types of base
- Blending the tissue
- Stenciling to add that extra edge
- Sanding for a smooth finish
- Sealing the product
- Tips and tricks involved to use different mediums and varnish to protect your product
All materials will be provided
Take Away: You will be taking the product made by you
Date: 21 July 2019
Time: 11 am – 1 pm
Fee: Rs 1500
Booking Fee: Rs 500 (Balance amount of Rs 1000 to be paid at venue)
Original Stained Glass workshop by Glasshopper
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-style lampshades and door and window panels are the best examples of this art form.
In the beginner’s workshop of stained glass you will learn basic and advanced (basically all forms) of scoring and cutting glass sheets. For an 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 colored imported glass for your finished piece.
Takeaway – 3 finished pieces.
Artist – Sarus from Glasshopper
Duration of the course – 1 day.
Day & Date – Sunday, 14th July
Time – 2pm – 7pm
Venue – The Madhatters garden, Old No 14 New No 6 Brahadambal Street Nungambakkam( Opp Kanchana Paati School)
Course fees – Rs 6500 (inclusive of all the material plus you take back the glass cutting tool with you along with your finished pieces.
Booking fee – Rs 500 (Balance to be paid at the venue)
THIS COURSE IS *NOT RECOMMENDED* TO WOMEN WHO ARE EXPECTING. PLEASE TAKE NOTE.
Ganjifa Art – Beginners workshop in Bangalore
A pack of Ganjifa cards were used in the olden days to play a normal game of cards. The Kings back then were great patrons of art and would get their personal deck hand-painted by local artisans. The cards were thus very artistic, were bright and colorful with subjects of mythological significance, and were embellished with gold and stones.
Come and explore a bygone era by painting a card in the Ganjifa style of art. You get to learn a painting technique that involves a lot of techniques like decoupage, gilding and painting, in the traditional way.
Take Away : A circular Ganjifa card, hand painted by you, to add to the beauty of your home.
Artist: Shantha Prabhu
A flair with brush skills would be an added advantage.
Date: 6th July 2019 (Saturday)
Time: 10.30 am to 1.30 pm
Fee: Rs 1500 (Including all materials)
Booking Fee: Rs 500 (Balance of Rs 1000 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.
Bloom & Grow is conducting a 5-day art program that includes an introduction to Indian folk as well as contemporary art forms.
The five-day program is designed for beginners and the following will be included:
1. Day 1 – Gond Art on Pots/Canvas
Participants will learn Gond art form and its different methods will be explained in detail. Get familiar with Gond as an art form. Learn about its story, grammar, colors, and special characteristics. The day will be about doing pretty pots with the Gond Art. Participants may also choose to do the art form on canvas.
2. Day 2 – Lippan Art
Mud and Mirror work (also known as Lippan Kaam) is a traditional craft of Kutch, Gujarat. Learn to work with clay and mirrors on canvas and create a beautiful art piece. What more, one can also do walls in Lippan.
3. Day 3 – Bottle Painting with Neon Colors
Learn to paint glass bottles with bright neon colors and use them as beautiful home deco
4. Day 4 – Impasto Painting
Impasto is a technique used in painting, where the paint is laid on an area of the surface in very thick layers so that brush or painting-knife strokes are visible. When dry, impasto provides texture. Layer up a canvas with vibrant tube paints, and use a brush to make your artwork pop.
5. Day 5 – Woodcut
Woodcut is among the oldest printmaking techniques and continues to be a strong graphic tradition today. This workshop will introduce you to the tools and methods needed to allow you to carve your own block and print from your own relief woodblocks. You will explore carving techniques to obtain a range of texture, depth, and dramatic contrast to create strong visual statements in your artwork.
Participants will do woodcut on 2 coasters.
The art program is open to anyone who loves to learn and create and is over 10 years of age.
Day & Date: Monday, 27th May to Friday, 31st May
Time: 10.30 am -1.00 pm
Fee: Rs 3500 for all 5 days (includes all material)
Rs 1000 per day (in case only attending 1/2/3 days)
Venue: Bloom & Grow, Koramangala