One drop at a time, marbling is so mesmerising. Marbling art is so fun and can be done by anybody with proper facilitation that is. Managing the liquid that enable the paint to float is the tricky part but making multi coloured swirls and patterns is most satisfying. Students were highly engaged and got to... Continue Reading →
The schools are keeping us busy. Airbrush is one of our popular workshops. This afternoon, we are at a secondary school in the north side of Singapore.
3-Generation Family Bonding Through The Art Of Copper Tooling
Kamal Arts has designed a workshop for the art of copper tooling that may easily be enjoyed by people of all ages. Just like this family did. Easy does it Our copper tooling workshop is suitable for all ages. Fine motor skills exercise too.
Dyeing Adventure – Batik Indigo Dyeing Workshop @ Malay Heritage Centre
Batik Indigo Dyeing Workshop By Kamal Arts Held At Malay Heritage Centre Batik Indigo Dyeing Workshop - Batik is always an exotic and intriguing art medium. We were at Malay Heritage Centre conducting a batik workshop using indigo as the dyeing medium. Visit MHC’s FB to find out more or sign up for the programme... Continue Reading →
Community Batik Team-building Session for Singapore Polytechnic
Conducted a team-building workshop for staff from Singapore Polytechnic through community batik. Participants worked collectively together to create their very own unique batik masterpiece.
Community Batik for Passion Arts Hari Raya Dinner
Community batik for Passion Arts Hari Raya Dinner held at Blk 720 Woodlands Avenue 6.
Kamal Arts Limited for Goodman Arts Centre Open House 2015
We opened our studios for the public as part of the Goodman Arts Centre open house done annually. Members of the public thoroughly enjoyed our display of talents. Our booths included caricature and henna body art painting by our home-grown artists and family batik painting sessions. We were also selling our batik art materials for... Continue Reading →
Batik Painting Workshop at Kamal Arts Ltd Studio
We conducted a workshop for a group of ladies interested in learning batik painting. The participants were exposed to the history and culture of traditional batik painting and were fully immersed in the creation of their own batik pieces. The creation techniques include drawing the design using hot wax and painting using batik dyes.
Grafitti Art With Holy Innocent High Students
Graffiti Art done by Students of Holy Innocent High in their school.
Second Graffiti Workshop at Punggol Primary School
It's the one week school holiday in Singapore and this year’s batch of 20 students assigned to my graffiti workshop is not much different from the previous year. The kids were eager to learn the techniques and the process that is put into designing the school wall. Like last year, Mr Khamil, the teacher in... Continue Reading →