Level: All Estimated
Estimated Materials Cost: $300
This immersive workshop will venture into the Japanese Gardens to explore plant shapes, textures, dyes and qualities suitable for printmaking. Using botanical materials, natural sunlight and earthy elements, you will create cyanotypes and eco-prints on paper and fabric which will result in an exciting personal collection of prints – a chance to unleash your creativity with surprising new outcomes.
Anita is a UniSQ graduate, with a Bachelor of Visual Arts. Born and raised in the remote highlands of Tanzania, her passion for art and botanicals was ignited by her fascinating life on a tea and coffee plantation. Taught to draw by her father, Anita has been creating all her life. Now, as a full-time emerging artist, Anita has exhibited at the Toowoomba Regional Gallery and is currently exhibiting work in the Redlands Regional Art Gallery. Her commissioned work can be found interstate and overseas, with her practice venturing into home decor, wallpapers and fabric design.
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM