Resin Art Cheeseboard Workshop- Sunday 29th June 2pm
Create your own masterpiece and learn about all aspects of resin art.
During the workshop you will apply resin to 2 cheeseboards. The cheeseboards used are hand crafted by Mission Peruse to ensure quality. You will use your own selection of colours allowing you to produce a matching pair or experiment with different colour palettes.
The class will cater for a maximum of 10 students with 2 instructors giving plenty of opportunity for one on one instruction.
Location of workshop:
Barossa Regional Art Gallery, 3 Basedow Rd, Tanunda.
About the workshop:
Some of the things the workshop will cover;
- what is resin
- what are the safety precautions when using resin
- how to mix and apply resin
- suitable surfaces to apply resin art
- how to mix pigments and colours
- application and design techniques
Light refreshments are included. Morning tea for 10am sessions and afternoon tea for 2pm sessions.
Each workshop will run for approximately 3 hours. Allowing time to explain and demonstrate the process prior to you completing your own resin piece.
What to wear:
Resin can be a particularly messy form of art. We will provide you with gloves and an apron but please be aware that you may still get resin on your clothes so dress accordingly.
Ensure you tie your hair up or bring a hair tie.
Collection of Artwork:
Resin will require 24 hours to dry with a further 7-10 days to cure completely. Therefore, all resin pieces will need to be collected from the venue at a later date which will be advised at the workshop.
Alternative dates and class sizes:
This workshop will cater for a maximum of 10 people and a minimum of 6. If you wish to make a group booking (bridal parties, staff bonding etc.) please contact us to arrange a date and venue.