“Coloured Views”: 2 day Art Workshop for Adults
November 27, 2009 - Uncategorized
Feeling Blue? Seeing Red? Planning to Go Green?
Gulmohar Days is pleased to host “COLOURED VIEWS” : a 2-day art workshop for adults where participants can discover how colours help create evocative art, reveal character and enable a deeper understanding of personality.
Under the guidance of trained faculty, participants will use colours to depict themes and moods, portray emotions, and present feelings through their art. The workshop promises exciting experiments with different materials, painting and collage-making exercises – and a journey through the entire landscape of human emotions. Technique and self-expression combine to transform the way you view art – and yourself.
This workshop is open to all, irrespective of skill level or experience. Don’t be yellow!
Duration: 4 Hrs
Expressing Mood using colour
Exercise 01: Use colours to communicate emotions like anger, happiness, sorrow, confusion, irritation etc. An interactive session of associating words with colours.
Exercise 02: Create a portrait using a ‘monochromatic colour-scheme’
Duration: 4 1/2 Hrs
On Day 2 participants will continue their journey of exploring emotions through colour through an abstract composition.
Exercise 01: Create an abstract pictorial composition to depict any one emotion using a variety of lines and paint the composition in warm colours – as the background and other mixed-media such as newspapers etc.
Exercise 02: Attempting to script a story interpreting the abstract artwork created in the previous exercise and sharing your story with the group.
The workshop primarily focuses on art as therapy, integrating colour, composition and writing to give expression to a range of emotions through the pictorial and written medium.
WORKSHOP DATES AND TIMINGS;
DAY 1: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25TH ( 2.00 PM TO 6.00 PM) Friday is a holiday for most on account of christmas.
DAY 2: SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27TH (2.00 PM TO 6.00 PM)
Workshops fee: Rs. 850/ ( both days and material inclusive)
Please feel free to email ( firstname.lastname@example.org) for further queries on the workshop. In case you are interested but are unable to attend due to time or date reasons, please do let us know so that we may keep you informed on such workshops in the future.