Lets Get Sticky

Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Christchurch, Hawke's Bay, Wellington
Occasional workshops

Join in the Sticky Revolution. Let’s Get Sticky is more than just an ‘art workshop’, it is a sensory creative experience that you will love.

Maximum of 6 people, minimum of 4. You will be producing two works of art, a 38cm disk or square. And they will show you how to gold leaf the base of one of your pieces. They have a large selection of coloured quality inks to choose from, so you can personalise your art for you and your home. You may want to bring images or colour ideas for inspiration. The workshop will take about two-hours, with a debrief and refreshments supplied after completion of the workshop.



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Lets Get Sticky

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