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We have opened another class on APRIL 5, 2018 at 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm.

Register below for the class on April 5, 2018.

Style: Madhubani  
When: Thursday, March 15, 2018
Time: 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Price: $45 per person, includes all material and two glasses of wine
Learn: As shown in the image below
No drawing is required unless you want to…..just come and have fun!
Wine will only be served to participants 21 years and older.





Artist: Karen Vasudev

Style: Madhubani Painting

From the Artist:

“No drawing is required unless you want to…..just come and have fun”
My focus for the evening is for people to have FUN, relax and enjoy. You can choose to learn something along the way but that’s not the focus. This is not a class so I don’t want people to feel threatened about “drawing”. I will make it fun but also show those who want to learn something how to draw anything you want to learn. Those who want to, can learn something and those who just want to paint can just do that.
My Plan

I will have line drawings of each painting already done on 11″ x 15″ heavy watercolor paper. They will choose which painting they want to paint. Then they will have a choice between 2 different line drawings of the painting they choose.

Option 1–for those who just want to paint:  A fully completed line drawing so all they have to do is paint in the colors either following the sample or using whatever colors you choose  OR

Option 2–for those who want learn to draw some of the elements: A partially completed line drawing that will enable those who want to draw some flowers, patterns, and other elements can do that. I will show you how to make them. You will then paint your drawing.

You will also receive a packet containing the following:
1. A copy of each of the paintings to use as a sample (You can then choose which one they want to paint). If you finish one, you can start on the next one–but I don’t think that’s going to be an issue.
2. A handout containing the following:
3. Step-by-step instructions on how to draw each of the elements in both paintings–flowers, leaves, trees, parrot, peacock, etc.
4. Brief info on the Madhubani style and a bit of history just to set the context.
5. Materials list (if they want to do this at home)
6. Bibliography of books and websites for more info on Madhubani art
7. 10 sheets of practice paper for them to use to draw and/or test out colors and technique.
8. A list of Drawing Tips

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