Starts: 9am Sunday 20th August, 2017
Ends: 1pm Sunday 20th August, 2017
Where: Left Bank Gallery
Cost: $150 per person
This workshop requires a minimum of 4 and will have a maximum of 12 participants
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Urban Stencil Art
One Day Workshop
With Sarah Sculley
Participants in this workshop will be able to cut loose and immerse themselves in 4 hours of fun, learning how to apply layers of acrylic and spray paint to produce a colourful, creative and edgy 610mm x 610mm quality canvas artwork to take home.
Each participant will be shown how to create a rich and vibrant abstract background on their canvas by building up layers of acrylic paint, whilst paying attention to concept development and colour palette.
Once the background is complete, each person will choose their stencil patterns and will be taught different spray paint techniques and blends to create their own unique design.
To finish everyone will be shown how to attach d-rings, wire and edging onto their artwork, so it’s ready for hanging!
All materials and light refreshments will be provided.
Sarah Sculley Biography
Sarah Sculley is a Brisbane-based urban artist who creates colourful, feminine, layered work. Inspired by the female form, typography and colour. Sarah mixes these elements to create her work on canvas, paper, surfboards and skate decks. She is inspired by personal events, emotional pitfalls and the constant need to find the positive in every situation.
Sarah has now been in the creative art space for over 15 years. She studied a Bachelor of Design Studies majoring in Graphic Design and Visual Culture at the Queensland College of Art and received a scholarship from Grif th University to study abroad at the Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland.
Since starting to exhibit her work in 2005, she has held international solo and group shows in Shanghai and San Diego, and been regularly featured in Australian shows, including recent group shows at Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, and at Platform72, in Sydney. As well as her recent solo show at Crucible Gallery, BCM (June 2017). Since moving home to Brisbane in 2009, Sarah has evolved her work to include murals and personal commissions.