“A Patch of Color” Learn to Paint on Fabric

$9.99

Famous Harlem Artist, Aleathia Brown will teach you how to paint on sustainable fibers CUT from home. YOU will be cutting a small rectangular primed and painted swatch of fabric.  These can come from a cotton button down shirt, an old bed sheet or some unused denim. By repurposing we make art sustainable on a small wearable frame-worthy miniature fabric. 

With a whimsical silhouette and 3 colors that tell a beginning, middle and end visual story, participants will make a wearable art with purpose. You can flow in an abstract color-filled way.

The patch that YOU create will have color and pizzazz and a silhouette or two. We will use acrylic screen paint so that each patch is a washable, wearable, frame-worthy miniature masterpiece welcoming creatives or non-artists.

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Cost: $9.99

Select 3 colors that tell a story 

Examples:

  • Red for the passion I have for living
  • Copper for the healing abilities it has
  • Purple for power of royalty

Suggested material to paint on:

  • A cotton Sheet
  • Old button down cotton shirt
  • Jeans
  • Cut into a rectangle 3.5″ x 4.5
  • Finish the edges to prevent unraveling

 

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