• 04 Jul 2021 to 24 Jul 2021

    Acrylic Sundays with contemporary artist Chaitali Morajkar | beginning 04 July 2021

    Sunaparanta Goa Centre for the Arts is delighted to announce Acrylic Sundays with contemporary artist Chaitali Morajkar beginning 4 July 2021. Designed for beginners, this ONLINE course invites you to unleash your creativity as you learn the foundations of working in this technique with a focus on Landscapes.
     
    Over six consecutive Sundays, participants will discover the beauty of nature by learning about landscape art and its depiction. They will explore their natural surroundings as they work with this vibrant, durable and flexible medium.
     
    This series is developed as part of Creative Cloud: Connecting Art to Life, an innovation lab designed to activate the unlimited potential & resource of the human imagination through live, interactive and animated sessions facilitated by experienced faculty from the industry.
        
    Sessions: 06 online sessions on Zoom
    Dates: 4, 11, 18, 25 July; 1, 8 August 2021
    Day & Time:  Sundays, 10.30 am to 12.30 pm
    Age group:  13 years & above
        
    Limited seats!
    For more details and to register, please call us on 9767864206; 9370675100 or email us at info@sgcfa.org

    This workshop covers: 

    • Medium and Tools: Brush Techniques, Colour Theory & Colour Mixing, Application of Colours, Introduction to Tones, Understanding of Light
    • Drawing and Space in Landscape: Compositional Elements, Value and Tones, Aerial and Atmospheric Perspective, Different Grounds in Landscapes, Depth in Landscape
    • Replicating a Masterpiece: Interpreting and replicating the style of a master artist, recreating a landscape masterpiece on canvas
    • Self-expression: Create a unique landscape painting with your own imagination

    Chaitali Morajkar received her MFA in painting from University of Hyderabad. As a visual artist working in watercolour and acrylic, Chaitali highlights issues relating to gender, identity, relationships, with women being central to her work. She has been teaching the past 19 years and is one of the art teachers at Sunaparanta since 2012