David Krut Projects | 151 Jan Smuts Ave | 12 June 2021 | 10:00 to 12:00
COST: R350 per child. Suitable for children ages 6+ to 18 (max of 10 participants)
Paper marbling is the art of floating paint upon a bath of thickened water and drawn through with various tools to create forms and patterns. If your children love experimenting with paint, colour or getting creative with paper, this workshop is for them! Marbling is an age-old technique rooted in history, is one of the most rewarding, and fun art forms to experiment with.
The thicken bath water and paints are all safe for children to use and allow for a hands-on and colours creative experience.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
During two-hour workshop, the children will be given a brief introduction on how to use the paint and create various pattern. Thereafter the children will have time to play and experiment by creating their patterns and marbled paper though the supervision of Elize.
Marbling is great fun but can get super messy, so make sure you wear old! Participants will be given aprons to further protect their cloths.
The children will be able to take their marbled creations home with them. They will be transported in plastic sleeves and will need to laid out to dry when you get home so that they don’t stick together. You can opt to get your favourite marbled papers made into a beautiful hand-bound notebook 20% off the RRP, an exclusive offer for marbling workshop attendees. Perfect for a special gift or memento. These can be collected from DKP a week and a half later or ship at an extra R100.
To book a seat please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org