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Friday Arts and Craft Club, “Cards with a Blessing”, a Card Making Workshop - Fri 26 Oct

October 4, 2018

 

 

Date: Friday 26 October

 

Time: 19.30 to 21.00

 

Price: £15 per person includes all materials and a glass of wine or soft drinks

 

Advance booking required. To book your place, please email belgianbrasseriemam@gmail.com or call 020 8417 1600 with your name and number of participants

 

 

Nope, it’s no longer too early to talk about the “C” word...come and join us at this

 

​​workshop and learn to make Christmas cards, or indeed any cards, with mandala drawing!

 

Relax your mind and release your energy by learning how to draw Mandala. We will explore the beauty of drawing Mandala that draw your attention toward their centres and, by doing so focus your mind.

 

The meaning of mandala comes from Sanskrit meaning “circle”. It offers balancing visual elements, symbolizing unity and harmony. So sending a card with mandala is sending a blessing. What better way of sending your loved ones a blessing than this?

 

Fee is £15 per person and include,

* Paper craft materials and card decorations (feel free to bring your own ornaments too if you have special ones that you want to include)

* Tools and instruction

* A glass of wine (or hot/cold drink)

*You will go home with your own finished mandala cards

 

 

Share your mandala cards with your loved ones and enjoy creativity. You don’t need to be an expert to do this amazing drawing!

 

Instructor: Ieva Pazemeckaite, Bees Creative Arts Hub

Ieva Pazemeckaite studied art from a young age at an art-based Primary and High School in Lithuania. After graduation she got a chance to work in the studios of great artists to learn more about compositions, life drawing and painting techniques. Later, she studied at the Lithuanian Art Academy where she decided to focus more on graphic design.

 

Ieva has spent years in the United States to continue studying art and completed a degree in Graphic Design and Visual Communication (BA). She worked as a graphic designer for over 7 years. In 2007, she worked as the art director for the short movie ‘Mimoza’ (USA) which was made for a short movie festival in Lithuania by director R.Rakauskaite.

 

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