Learning by Doing
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Flipchart 15 pieces, ten pencils: H to 9H, B to 12B, charko pencil, H or F, Easel, rubbers, sharper 1m ruler, 30cm ruler, tape measure, art brushes from size 1 to size 15, 3-inch brush and 4-inch, small hummer, 1kg or 500g of half inch nails, wood glue 500g to 1liter, 1 to 10m of canvas, stretchers from 40 x 50cm to any sizes.
Paint: acrylic all primary colours and basic colours, oil point all primary colours and basic, work suit size 32 or medium.
A frame is prepared by the facilitator following this process
- Preparing the canvasses on the frame
- Painting the background with glue and white paint
As the frame has been created beforehand, participants take their own canvas. The facilitator starts giving the instructions and together with the participants draws explaining step by step the choices made and the importance of letting yourself free during the process. In this process it is important to give clear instructions on how to paint and draw specific elements.
Following the demonstration, a learner or a participant should be able to paint a background, sketch and complete a painting. Even though they do not feel comfortable with a process, they will understand that everyone is able to paint and access one’s own inner-self through painting.