Are you interested in drawing beautiful whimsical designs to express the beauty that's within you? Meet Lak (Lakmini Prematunga).
Lak is a Sri Lankan native artist specialising in creating fantasy whimsical characters and joyful doodle portraits. This is her third workshop in the Fantasy Girl series. She has been conducting Art Workshops at SisterWorks Studio in Richmond and from her new home in Melbourne's northern suburbs. She was also a teacher in her home town of Colombo, Sri Lanka. Lak is excited to now offer this program to celebrate Mother's Day!
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.
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:
This class takes place from 10am to 2:30pm.
- Art of drawing abstract faces following my simple techniques and process
- How to draw doodle figures and add creative elements
- How to paint and select colour schemes
- The confidence and inspiration to continue making art after the class
- Refreshment: Tea & biscuits
- A joyful feeling from completing a beautiful painting to take home with pride
- Paints and brushes - will be provided
- A written summary of the processes and techniques to take home to practice what you have learnt
- Canvas (30cm x 30cm)
- Sketch book
Art smock or comfortable old clothes
For adults who are either absolute beginners or art lovers who are looking to be inspired
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