Junior Drawing School - Marbling Paper


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On Video  10:30am - 11:30am, Monday 21 December 2020

This workshop takes the format of a specially created film by printmaker Vicky Willmott, and is inspired by the work of the artist Frank Bowling, whose work is in the RWA's 168 Annual Open Exhibition

Vicky will show examples of marbling techniques that are easy to achieve with very few, inexpensive and easily obtainable materials. Step by step, she will guide participants through the process of making beautifully marbled paper and cards, in time to create your own gorgeous Christmas wrapping paper and gift tags. 

This is a fun workshop for younger children who will need adult supervision, and older children will be able to manage by themselves once parents have accessed the video.

This is a digital class via video, not Zoom. The video link will be sent to you on the day of the workshop. You will also be sent a materials list the week before the workshop if you have booked in time. 

Due to coronavirus closures we have had to make decisions on our programme and decided to continue with autumn and winter activities online. We do hope you will enjoy the fun of an artist-led workshop at home.


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