In Sanskrit, “mandala” literally means “circle”, and this art form can be found in both Buddhist and Hindu religious practices. Often, the highly-detailed geometric patterns and imagery are used in conjunction with meditation practices, representing the intersection of the universe and the self. While the geometric framework may be simple, painting the complex designs can take the artist to a calm and focused mindset, achieving an impressive finished product one dot at a time. Drawing on her education from Thailand’s Silpakorn University of Fine Arts beside the Grand Palace, Kate will help participants get started on creating their own unique and creative designs. Materials to produce your own personally-inspired artwork are included.
Instructor: Kate Chetabut
Online pre-registration closes 5 days before an activity begins!
If you are interested in the class after this deadline, please contact The Center.
No. 25, Lane 290, Zhong Shan North Rd., Sec. 6
|Hobbies & Skills||NT$ 1,200.00|