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

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

Terracotta Coiling Pottery workshop – Beginner workshop

Terracotta Coiling Pottery workshop – Beginner workshop

Terracotta Coiling Pottery workshop – Beginner workshop in Bangalore

Crafting is bliss, and creating with your own hands is eternal bliss.

Lets indulged in some clay craft using Terracotta clay and give wings to our imagination.
The word “terracotta” comes from the Italian words for “baked earth.” Since terracotta pottery is made by baking terracotta clay, that only makes sense! Terracotta is often used as a colour word, too, to describe the natural brown-orange colour of terracotta products.

Terracotta can be moulded in varied forms. Lets learn how to mould terracotta into a bowl and a tile using the coiling technique.

Post the workshop, you can use the technique to create endless amazing projects.

Date: Saturday, 24th March
Time: 2.30pm-5.30pm
Fee: Rs 1100 (Inclusive of all taxes and material costs)
Takeaway: One bowl and a tile using the terracotta coiling technique

About Bloom and Grow:

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

Terracotta Jewelry making workshop

Terracotta Jewelry making workshop

Terracotta Jewellery workshop:

The following will be taught in the workshop:
1. Making of stick pins, Upins
2. Making of stick beads, Upin beads, hole beads
3. Making of Jhumkas and studs 2 designs in each
4. Making of Pendants 2 designs in each
5. Firing Instructions and reference
6. Painting of the products
7. Assembly of Jhumkas Studs, Necklace etc

Typically the classes will be learning to make the different parts of the Terracotta jewellery like the stick pins, U pins, stick beads, U pin beads, hole beads, Jumkha, studs, pendants etc which will be held in the morning session and the post lunch session will have the painting, assembling, finishing. However, if full day session is not feasible for students, the same can be done on 2 days in the morning sessions only.

Takeaway –
What the students would take along with them after class:
Sets of Jhumkhas,pendants and studs( pre-fired) after painting and assembly apart from the post fired ready jhumkhas, studs and pendants they make in the class.

Fees – Rs. 3000/- per head includes all material cost
Date – 20th & 21st January(Saturday & Sunday)
Timing – 2.30pm – 6.30pm (both days)

Terracotta Coiling Workshop

Terracotta Coiling Workshop

Terracotta Coiling Workshop

Pottery helps you to express your creativity, which is essentially to expand who we are and how we connect to ourselves and the environment.

It’s a good way for people of all ages to explore the things they can do. You may be more creative than you think and there’s no right or wrong way in pottery.Terracota clay is receptive and responsive to all kinds of emotional expression.

Coiling , pinching , slab work and wheel are various methods to work with clay.We teach you a very interesting Coiling method , easy to learn , fun to do and endless amazing projects possible.

Workshop conducted by Pratibha Gupta Arya from CraftyNutz on June 11.2017. Register – bloomandgrow.in