Sculpt your Garden: June 1 & 2 Weekend Workshop

Sculpt your Garden: June 1 & 2 Weekend Workshop


Learn to sculpt with cement, to create unique flower pots, for your garden or summer patios.

Day 1: June 1, 2019 1-5pm

Day 2: June 2, 2019 5-7pm

Artist instructor: Mariam Qureshi 
Mariam will guide you in a two day workshop for beginners on how to use cement to create garden pots.

You will learn how to create easy sculptures out of recycling materials,  to use the right kinds of cement and to finish a project with love. You will learn to work effectively, in a quick manner, to create your own beautiful pot with the materials provided.  

All materials are included, but you will need to bring a good heavy pair of gloves, to work in. 

No experience required, all skill levels are welcome.

Important to know: This is a workshop designed for people who are not sensitive to dust and are willing to lift their pots of about 5-15 lbs (once the pots are dry). You need to have arm strength and be able to work on patio surface. The workshop will most likely held in the back yard of the gallery. If it rains, we will be working on the floors of the gallery with drop cloths.  

Adults and teens only. 

Class Schedule:

Day 1 (Saturday June 1 :1-5pm) : We will choose materials, mix & sculpt. To let the sculptures dry. The class might end early, depending on how fast everyone has set up the sculpture to dry.  You can leave as soon as you have set yours to dry. 

Day 2 (Sunday night June 2: 5-7 pm) : We will remove the structures and finish the project after it has had time to dry. The class might end early, depending on the clean up. 

 For those willing to attend, please wear suitable clothes.  Space is limited to 4 participants. A second cement sculpture workshop will be held in end of the June, if you could not register in this workshop. Please do so for end of the June, as the space is limited.  

Cost of the workshop is $145 per person. Hope you enjoy the experience. For any questions please feel free to email us. Thanks for supporting local artists and happy gardens. 

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