One stroke painting

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One stroke painting is an art form where only brushes and paints are used to create beautiful floral patterns with free and strokes. No pencil is used here. Come join us for this Fun session and unleash your creativity.


- Learn blending of colours. - Brush Stokes to create flower patterns. - Flower arrangement and designs It's 2 day session 1.5 hrs everyday. (4 pm to 5:30 pm)

Who should attend?

Beginners can also attend. Age 15 plus (for Children)

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Meals Not Applicable


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Interaction with the expert and learn the skill of one stroke painting.


Material Required


1. Acrylic Paint bottles light pink, dark pink, red , orange, yellow, green, brown, white 2. Round Brush No 10, 0 3.Dagger brush , liner brush (camel) 4. White Papers 8 to 10


The Zoom meeting details will be sent to all the registered participants a day prior to the session.

Policy and Terms

Its a non - refundable booking.

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