MARVELLOUS MARBLING - HALLOWEEN MIDTERM WORKSHOP BY JULIE DUHY
1 Nov 2019 - 1 Nov 2019
Venue: Highlanes Gallery
Sponsor: Louth County Council / Arts Council
Admission: EUR8.00

Marvellous Marbling - Halloween Midterm Workshop

The Ancient Art of Japanese & Turkish Marbling has beguiled the World for thousands of years. In conjecture with Graham Crowley's newest exhibition, A Love of Many Things, Children can roll up their sleeves and dive into this unique workshop by Julie Duhy!

Paper marbling is a method of aqueous surface design, which can produce patterns similar to smooth marble or other kinds of stone. The variety and spontaneous patterns are the result of colours floating on water! The Children will use the artworks from the Graham Crowley exhibition as an inspirational starting point, capturing the spirit of Graham's inventiveness.

The beauty of abstract art will be explored and the idea that paintings can just be patterns, textures & colour blocking, is at the core of this workshop. 

About Children’s Workshops at Highlanes Gallery

Workshops are for children aged 5 - 13yrs, and charged at €8 per child, with booking essential below on Eventbrite.ie

Marvellous Marbling - Halloween Midterm Workshop, November 1st, 11:30am to 1:00pm & 2:00pm to 3.30pm

Workshops at the gallery are process-based and explore basic concepts and ideas with children as they are looking. The emphasis is placed on understanding the ideas surrounding the objects. Making objects forms part of that process but is not the only goal of the workshop.

For further information, please telephone the gallery reception on T 041-9803311 or email info@highlanes.ie

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