Are you interested in creating a beautiful painting of women? Meet Lak-(Lakmini Prematunga).
Lak is a Sri Lankan native artist specialising in creating joyful doodle portraits and fantasy whimsical characters. She has been creating commissioned paintings since arriving in Melbourne 2 years ago. She also conducts Art Workshops from her home in Melbourne's North and was a teacher in her hometown of Colombo,Sri Lanka. Lak is excited to now offer her programs in inner city Melbourne at SisterWorks Home in Richmond. Lak is a friendly and warm person; she looks forward to meeting her new students and having fun with you as you explore your creativity.
This is a fun workshop inspired by fashion that allows you to create your own unique Fantasy Girl portrait. I will guide you one on one on the basics of how to draw a whimsical figure and features as well as create backgrounds working with acrylics, textures and embellishments.
Lak recently won three awards at the Whittlesea Agricultural Society Art Competition: First Prize Acrylic ArtWork, Best Exhibit, Third Prize Oil Painting
To see more of Lak's work and learn more about her please visit her social media:
- Techniques of colour blending and creating backgrounds
- Creating outfit using with mixed media materials
- Learn the basics of drawing a face and figure
- All materials included (Canvas, brushes, paints, fabric and scrap paper)
- One on one coaching through demonstration techniques
- Inspiration on fashion and colour palletes
- Sketch book
- Fine drawing pen in black
Comfortable clothes and an art smock
Beginners ( 16 and older)
Vendor sincce 2016
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We don't just deal in money but also in knowledge and relations. Working is not just about getting paid. It's about having something to fight for in life, being a part of a community and feeling worthy. They have been marginalised due to a lack of identity, language barriers, lack of western culture knowledge, poor employment skills and being the carers of their families. They face long-term unemployment which exacerbates social issues. With on-going support, this vulnerability can be lifted and not become a lifetime issue.We believe that Work Empowers Women and our aim is to support as many women as possible to move into work.