Medium we offer
For Kids & Teens
In Acrylic painting classes each students will get a canvas material and step by step instructions on how to start and finish that painting.
In drawing & painting classes each student will learn both drawing and painting. In one class students will be given step by step instructions on how to draw the given subject so they will follow the drawing steps and keep practicing on paper until they get it right. In their next class they will draw the same drawing they learned on a canvas & this time step by step instructions will be given on how to paint it. Same process will be repeated with different drawings subjects for the remaining classes.
Madhubani painting was traditionally created by the women of various communities in Mithila region of India & Nepal. It originated from Madhubani district of Mithila region of Bihar, and , it is called Madhubani painting. Madhubani paintings mostly depict the men & its association with nature & the scenes from the ancient time. Natural objects like the sun, the moon, and religious plants like tulsi are also widely painted, along with scenes from the royal court & social events like weddings.
Dinni's takes this style to another level she does not limit herself to the commonly used subjects, she works with any subject student wants to work with and create a Madhubani painting out of that. Usually it takes 2 to 3 sessions to complete one Madhubani painting. In 5 day summer session students will make 1 or 2 paintings depending on the subject & details student will selects as in this style of painting each and every part of canvas will be filled with detailed fillings.
In clay pot painting and terra cotta décor painting classes the decors (Pots, plates, bowls and more) are given and step by step instructions are also given on how to draw on them and paint them.
In T-shirt painting classes T-shirt and special fabric paints are provided with step by step instructions on how to draw or transfer design on the T-shirt and paint them.
Henna is a form of body art from Ancient India, in which decorative designs are created on a person's body, using a paste, created from the powdered dry leaves of the henna plant (Lawsonia inermis). Ancient in origin, henna is still a popular form of body art among the women of the Indian Subcontinent, Africa and the Middle East. In this class students will learn how to draw & apply henna designs, instead of body parts lessons are given on paper. Dinni also teaches this art form on different objects like candles, wood, canvas. When you sign up for this medium, you will select one type of object to learn this art form on ( Canvas/ wood/ Candle) Candle option is only for age 7 and up.
Hand building is an ancient pottery-making technique that involves creating forms without a pottery wheel, using the hands, fingers, and simple tools. We are going to use the hand building techniques to build small clay sculptures. The most common hand building techniques are pinch pottery, coil building, and slab building. We also do clay doll building so when you sign up you will select your focus as clay sculptures or doll making.
In this session students will learn to draw in one session and transfer that drawing on wood the next session and will either pencil color it or do acrylic painting. When you sign up this session you will select one focus of your choice either pencil color or acrylic painting.
In mixed package you can select 3 different medium from selective options available.