Brush Writing Workshop
Conducted by Joanne from The Letter J Supply, this 3.5-hour workshop teaches the characteristics of watercolour. Students will be equipped with fundamentals of letterforms which allow them to create their own expressions of words in colour.
Duration: 3.5-hour workshop
No prior experience is required.
All materials and tools are provided (all for take-home):
• The Letter J Supply instruction booklet
About The Instructor
Trained as a graphic designer, Joanne picked up calligraphy whilst on holiday in New York. The lessons had a great impact on her; upon returning to Singapore she felt drawn to writing with her hands, and slowly steered away from designing with the computer. It may seem like it's taking a step backwards but calligraphy has taught her so much about perseverance, becoming more human and working more with her heart than head. She believes that words are powerful and that art can change an atmosphere of a space. Currently running The Letter J Supply, Joanne makes customised pieces for clients and retails her work at lifestyle shops in Singapore.
Kindly note that we need a minimum of 8pax to start the class. In case of insufficient sign-ups, workshop will be rescheduled.
Rescheduling of workshop is only allowed up to 3 days before commencement of the workshop. Please note that rescheduling may only be performed once, and exchange/refund is strictly not allowed at any point. We will not be extending the option of rescheduling to participants who did not inform us of no show prior to start of session. No-show participants are able to collect their workshop materials from the Atelier.
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