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January 2018
$250

Serendipity “By The Sea” Art Workshop-Mount Martha

January 13, 2018 @ 10:00 am - January 14, 2018 @ 4:00 pm
Mount Martha House,
466 Esplanade,
Mount Martha, Victoria Australia
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Wisteria magic

Kit available with paints, brushes etc. $130 Canvas 76cm x 76cm $45 Or existing Artist can bring their own materials You were born to create! Everyone is. Discover the "Magic" that you have inside you. Imagine what it feels like to just play with paint and colour. No rules, no expectations! Bring balance back into your life! Take some Me-Time. You deserve it!! I will be demonstrating different ways you can play with paints. Stencils, liquid acrylics, glazing and much…

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February 2018
$195

Colour Play- Abstract Acrylics-Mornington

February 11, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Currawong Community Centre,
5-17 Currawong Street
Mornington, Victoria Australia
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ColourPlay

Do you have a wall in your home that needs a splash of "just the right" colours to enhance your decor? Sometimes just the right painting that picks up the colours of your decor is what the room needs to complete the "Look". In actual fact if you have fairly neutral walls and floors, all you need to create some impact is a bright painting with matching touches of colour in cushions, ornaments to compliment. You can change with the seasons. Designer…

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March 2018
$195.00

Dream Catcher Art Workshop-Mornington

March 4, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Currawong Community Centre,
5-17 Currawong Street
Mornington, Victoria Australia
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Dream

Just recently I was drawn to painting and researching Dream Catchers. I have always admired them but never really knew much about them. Then, as per usual, when I am being called to paint something, I started seeing them everywhere. I discovered that they originated in North America from the Ojibwe Native Americans. Sometimes they are also referred to as Sacred Hoops. The Ojibwe belief was that they were a talisman to protect sleeping people, especially children from bad dreams. They…

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