Event Title
WATERCOLOR WINDOWS OF THE WORLD
Name Art Lounge on 101
Address 816 S Coast Hwy 101
City Encinitas
State CA
Zip 92024
Opening Hours (Friday) 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location North County Coastal
Telephone 858-442-8666
Email artloungeon101@gmail.com
Web Site http://artloungeon101.com/events/watercolor-windows-of-the-world/
   
Contact Cindy Blumkin  
Fee $40 Includes Materials
Reception Date N/A
Dates Starts On 2-24-2017   Ends On 2-24-2017
Opening Days February 24, 2017
Opening Time 10:00 A.M.
Event Description In this workshop you will learn about all the drawing and painting techniques, brushes, and paint colors you need to create paintings of the fabulous windows all over the world. You’ll be provided with photos or you can bring your own window photos. Paint windows from cottages in the English and French countryside that can include lace curtains, cats on window sills, reflections, flowers pots and more. Paint windows from all over Italy with shutters and window boxes filled with geraniums. Paint windows from Scotland with delicate flowers perched on aged old sills. Paint windows with laundry hanging beneath them, and Renaissance windows found in the palazzos along the Venice canal. You’ll never be bored once you know how to watercolor a window!
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Event Title
Indigo Dyeing Workshop
Name Bravo School of Art
Address 2690 Hist Decatur Rd, Studio 206 • Liberty Station
City San Diego
State CA
Zip 92106
Opening Hours
Location Central San Diego
Telephone 619-223-0058
Email NA@NA.com
Web Site http://www.bravoschoolofart.com/Workshops/registerfibers,w.html#IndigoDyeing
   
Contact Lauren Becker Downey  
Fee $64 Bravo member / $72 non-member + $15 Materials fee
Reception Date 2-24-0
Dates Starts On 2-24-2017   Ends On 2-24-2017
Opening Days
Opening Time 5:00 P.M.
Event Description Join instructor Amanda Rouse Letscher. Indigo Dyeing has been used across the world for thousands of years. The Indigo plant makes a variety of shades of blue, commonly associated with denim. Learn Shibori, the Japanese tradition of folding and manipulating fabrics to make patterns for dyeing and the history and process of indigo dyeing. Dye napkins, scarves, shirts and yardage of natural fabrics like cotton, linen and silk. Friday, February 24, 5 - 9pm
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