Replay - Handmade Paper Making

 Duration : 2 hours

Full Replay of LIVE Workshop

₹1700 including GST

 

About the Workshop

Love of art and love for the environment. In this session, you'll learn the art of making handmade papers, which can be used for a billion things! You can use them as cards, gift tags, letter papers, decor pieces, and what not! Handmade paper making is therapeutic and soothes your soul and rejuvenates your mind.

About the Artist

Madeeha Ansari
@meet_madeeha

Meet Madeeha, a passionate artist and a practicing Early Childhood Educator. She has always been fascinated by visual arts and has spent most of her time painting. She started selling handmade customized diaries, bookmarks and cards at her college flea markets.
A couple of years later she discovered the beautiful Watercolor medium and, the art of calligraphy. She instantly fell in love with both. Since then she has been using watercolor and calligraphy as a medium to express herself and create art. She uses an Instagram account (meet_madeeha) to share her work with the world. Now It's been a year of her making customized wall arts, diaries, bookmarks, wall murals, and a lot more.

Materials Required

  • Frame with a sieve (main equipment)
  • Sponge
  • Dried flowers petals
  • Silk threads
  • Basil Seeds
  • Colors / pigments
  • Instruction sheet
  • Large vessel or Plastic Tray or Tub
  • Water
  • Old cotton bedsheet/cloth (To place paper to dry)
  • Old newspapers
  • Waste papers
  • Cardboard boxes

Don't Miss this Opportunity to Learn!

More Like A Classroom

Being a replay of an actual live workshop, where students interacted with the instructor, it will give you more of a classroom experience.

Longer Durations and Better Creations

Masterclasses are longer in length due to the profound focus on the art which in turn facilitates better output from the learners.

Get in Touch with the Artist

After the masterclass, you can get in touch with the artist through Instagram, and get clarifications & comments on your artwork!

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