Did you ever wonder if you could brew your painting! Yes, we are talking about painting with coffee!
Coffee painting is a soothing and delightful art to express your creativity on paper/canvas. While the sepia tones in the art give it a unique monochromatic appeal, using the right combinations allows you to experiment with different hues of the monochrome.
This workshop will be about painting a portrait of Buddha and the following:
-Playing with shades of coffee to give an effect of embossed
-Giving a slight 3D feel to the painting
-Creating different shadows using just coffee
and to learn the abstract method of rendering
About the Artist - Hima Bindu
Growing up years, art & crafts and paintings were a big part of Himas school and college curriculums. Hima draws her inspiration from her mother who Paints using Black Ink. Hima paints in 12 different styles and renders most of the Indian art forms using coffee. She has been painting from almost 8 years now and is very well known for her coffee art.
During the workshop, Hima Bindu will guide participants to make use of coffee as the primary medium instead of oil, watercolor, acrylic or any other form of paint. Although coffee paintings involve working with only one color, its potential for art is limitless. Participants will be able to use coffee as a resourceful medium to be able to create texture, shadows, and gradients
You do not need any prior knowledge or experience to work with coffee as a medium to attend this workshop.
When: 18th May 2019
Time: 2:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Fees: 1800 (600 to be paid online and 1200 to be paid at the venue)