Introducing Stencil Art Spray Session at Hamilton House on Saturday 5 January 2019Posted on: 31 Dec 2018
Unleash your arty and creative impulses when Hamilton House in Bristol holds its Introducing Stencil Art Spray Session on Saturday 5 January 2019.
Kicking off at 2pm, you can get all Banksy to create your own unique artwork with a range of laser-cut stencils and water-based spray paints.
It doesn't matter whether you're a seasoned spray can pro or a complete, never-done-it-before novice, the workshop is suitable for creative folk of all ages and abilities and an awesome way to learn about spray cans and their artistic applications - and let loose on the aforementioned (in)famous local artist's favourite medium: stencil art.
A great chance to work on your spray can technique and can control, you'll also so be able to take home your finished artistic masterpiece. The sessions have already garnered considerable success and praise, having nabbed the winning accolade as 2018-19 Learning Experience of the Year Award.
Tickets cost £21.50, which includes one A2 artwork with additional artworks available for a fiver each, and all the equipment for the session is provided. And don't worry if you miss this one, other workshops will take place on 12th and 26th January.
You can find out more and reserve your place here.
Hamilton House is located at 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3QY. Tel. 07748 632663
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