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Wed, Jul 03


Living Arts Centre

Painting with Yarn: Tactile Landscapes

Dive into the world of landscape art like never before! Join us for a unique workshop where you'll "paint" with yarn to craft stunning tactile landscapes. No painting experience required—just cut, glue, and let your creativity soar.

Painting with Yarn: Tactile Landscapes
Painting with Yarn: Tactile Landscapes

Time & Location

Jul 03, 2024, 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Dr, Mississauga, ON L5B 4B8, Canada

About the event

Workshop Description: This workshop is an accessible introduction to landscape and multimedia art through “painting” with yarn. If one can cut string and apply glue, they can create a beautiful tactile landscape. This workshop will gently guide participants as they cut and glue different textures of yarn into simple shapes that incorporate a natural landscape of their choice. As yarn is a soft, pliant and fluid material, this unconventional “painting” method is a fun, relaxing and novel art experience.

Age Range: Youth 14+, Adult

Instructor Bio: Sabbie Narwal is a Brampton-based illustrator specializing in illustration, mural painting and multi-media art; she is also the founder of The Paper Narwhal, an art goods brand. Sabbie’s work is known for it’s warm, whimsical and inviting nature, as she aims to uplift and comfort people through her art. An active member of her local arts communities, Sabbie is also an experienced educator, workshop facilitator and public speaker.


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    Sale ends: Jun 26, 5:00 p.m.



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