|15th Jan 2021 to 5th Feb 2021|
|10am - 11am|
|Online Event Edinburgh|
Abstract Art Workshops 15th January - 5th February
Ever thought about experimenting with abstract painting? In this relaxed class for adults you can spend the morning reconnecting with creativity.
My name is Payam and I am running a series of online art workshops which aim to be an enjoyable way of trying out abstraction through painting and drawing. The workshops are open to adults of all abilities and will be an opportunity for you to experiment with mark making and mixed media painting with lots of support and guidance to help you each step of the way.
All you will need is a set of acrylic paints, brushes, charcoal, pencil, paper (canvas optional).
Dates 15th January – 5th February Friday 10-11 am (4 session) on Zoom
Cost Individual £40, Couples £60
(Vouchers available if you would like to offer the workshops as a gift)
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