A relaxed workshop aimed at teaching basic watercolour and mark-making techniques you can use as a total beginner to create beautiful loose floral effects in your own style. No paint/creative experience necessary. A weekday morning, perfect if having school-going kids makes weekends difficult to attend. Drop them off at school and come enjoy a peaceful morning of creativity for yourself in this lovely new space.
Wednesday, 28 April 2021
9:30am – 12:00pm
Legacy Yard at Umhlanga Arch
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You have the option to include a kit of the materials we’ll be using (watercolour paint, brush, paper, liner pen), choose your option in the “Art Kit” dropdown selector. Limited to 10 people, so don’t delay!
If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch with me. Can’t wait to see you there! 🙂
If paying via bank transfer, please make sure to pay on the same day that you book as this confirms your booking.
What others have said about this workshop:
“It is a nice relaxed and informative work session. There are simple explanations and easy to follow guidelines to help anyone who has in interest in watercolour even if you have no experience.” – Stefanie
“I was super nervous when I got there and knew I was way out of my comfort zone with what I was attempting. the setting was inspiring, and Fathima’s energy and guidance put everyone at ease. when I compared the end product to the initial work I did, I can safely say I was amazed. thank you 🙂 will definitely be attending more workshops.” – Anonymous
“I already told my mum that she has to join me for the next one! It’s so relaxing and soothing to just let you imagination flow onto the page and you really helped bring that out of each and every person in the class!” – Anonymous
“Fathima’s description of her class as “freeing” was spot on. I felt relaxed, calm and able to just let go and create. My soul felt at ease and happy whilst painting and even more so afterwards. I would encourage every person to attend at least one of her classes in their lifetime!” – Jacqui