After the pour Nov HPP

£35.00

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Saturday 2nd November 12pm- 2pm 

Hurstpierpoint village centre, Club Suite

Trinity Road, Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex BN6 9UY

After the pour workshop content

 

  • Exploring stencilling or painting on to of a finished pour
  • Plus using your paint skins in jewellery

 

  1. Adding to a pour painting

Sometimes you have a finished pour painting that you feel needs something added.

Or you want to personalize it for a gift.

Or you only like part of the painting.

Let’s explore your creativity…

We shall look at using a selection of stencils and for those of you more daring you can sketch a basic image (or bring one with you) and use carbon paper to get the outline onto your painting before using a brush and acrylic paint to finish.

I will have a huge selection of colours to match in with whatever painting you bring with you. Plus everything else you will need.

But…

You WILL need to bring one of your pour paintings to work on. If you don’t have one then private message me with at least 14 days notice and I will bring one of mine for you.

 

2) Using skins in jewellery

Fancy wearing your own artwork?

We shall use your paint skins collected from the tray after you have done pour painting.  I will also have some of my skins here for you if you want to use them.

We shall make 3 pieces,  either pendants,  earrings, bracelet or anklet.

I will supply these included in the workshop price however if you wish to make up the chain for your pendant then a small fee of £2 will be requested to cover additional cost. I would show you how to add the findings onto the chain which is very simple once you try it.

I will also share a couple of other uses I have discovered for skins.

The plan for this workshop is relaxed, spend more time on the parts you prefer or try everything.

Social table set up of 3 grouped tables.

Plus I have booked the hall for longer than scheduled so the finish time for this workshop can over run if your still working on something.