Graffiti Wall On Wood - Banksy - Friday 26th July (Holiday Workshop, open to all children)

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Graffiti Wall On Wood - Banksy - Friday 26th July (Holiday Workshop, open to all children)

20.00

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Venue: St Michael’s Parish Centre, Verulamium Park, Off St Michaels Street, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 4SN

DRINK, SNACK & ART GOODY BAG INCLUDED!

Date: Friday 26th July

Time: 10.00-12.00

Medium: Wood and acrylic paint

Content: On wood, we will create a painted wall and use stencils to add the graffiti designs that look like Banksy!

Artist: Banksy is an anonymous England-based street artist, vandal, political activist, and film director. His satirical street art and subversive epigrams combine dark humour with graffiti executed in a distinctive stenciling technique. Born 1974 +

Learning Outcome:

  • Application of medium

  • Line, tone, shape, proportion, composition

  • Colour mixing

  • Art History

  • Confidence, self esteem and skilful artistic ability

Emmylou’s background:

Emmylou is a professional artist who has been coaching art to children and adults for over 16 years on how to create their own masterpieces by introducing them to the influences and techniques of famous artists and incorporating these methods in their own work.

Throughout courses, depending on the project, each student will explore the potential of different materials such as charcoal, pastel, paint, watercolour and many more. Emmylou is fully insured, first aided and DBS checked.

What the children gain

The students will use all the materials adults use with careful attention as to not supply them with toxic materials. They may learn where charcoal comes from and where chalk started out from its raw form into a pastel.

The children explore ideas and express themselves, channelling their energies and calming their minds by going back to the basics and they get to take their masterpiece home same day!

If you need anymore information, please contact me: e@emmylouart.com

I look forward to teaching your child!

Emmylou A Shine

Founder / Director Aurora Shine Online

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