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The Painting Studio  >  Painting Service  >  One-day Art Experience Classes

We organise diverse one-day art experience classes (each session lasting 1 to 2 hours), including fluid painting, pastel art, Cloisonné painting, , aromatherapy candles, alcohol ink art, Zentangle, and different festive creative workshops, for individuals, groups or organisations.  Our aim is to provide opportunities for art enthusiasts to experience the joy of art.  You are welcome to join the classes in our studio at Tuen Mun, or request a door-to-door service with an additional transportation fee.

 

Each experience class offers a variety of finished products to choose from, catering to individual styles, preferences, and needs.  During the classes, we progressively teach students various creative techniques through demonstrations.  Along with the instruction, we provide relevant reference images to assist students in completing their artworks.  The pace of the course will be adjusted according to the learning abilities and absorption levels of different students.  The teaching approach will also be modified to enhance students' understanding of knowledge and skills.

We also offer multiple different painting courses (including abstract painting course, acrylic paint technique course, drawing technique course, digital painting technique course, watercolour technique course, pastel technique course, marker technique course and zentangle course etc) for people who are interested in further developing their artworks; and Art Jamming for people who can create without tutors.  

Special offers:

[1] Enjoy 20% off while joining with another friend(s).  

[2] Enjoy 40% off while joining in a group with 15-79 people.

[3] Enjoy 45% off while joining in a group with 80 people or more people.

[4] From June to September, during summer holiday, organising any one-day experience class or workshop with six or more participants will qualify for an additional 10% discount.

Fluid Acrylic Painting Experience Class

Fluid Acrylic Painting is a modern emerging form of abstract art.  Unlike traditional realistic painting, the creation of fluid acrylic paintings does not emphasise painting techniques.  Participants only need to mix different acrylic paints and pour them onto the canvas using various tools, or control the flow of paint in different ways such as tilting or blowing, to create unique and free textures.  Because the paints used in fluid acrylic painting are highly fluid, the resulting artwork is full of unknowns and randomness.  In busy daily life, fluid acrylic painting without creative restrictions can be a great way to relieve stress and relax.

Fee: 1 lesson (1.5 hours) / HK$350 each

[Including materials: 20.0*20.0*1.6 cm and 30*40*1.6cm canvases; acrylic paints for completing artworks; ; and cost of shipping the finished product]

Final products: 

Three paintings on 20.0*20.0*1.6 cm canvases, and one painting on a 30.0*40.0*1.6 cm canvas

Upgrade options: 

Replacing any one of the final products with one painting on a 20.0*20.0*1.6 cm canvas (free)

Replacing any one of the final products with one painting on a 20.0*20.0*1.6 cm round canvas (an additional HK$30)

Pastel Nagomi Art Experience Class

The name "Nagomi" in Pastel Nagomi Art refers to the Japanese kanji character "和," which means "harmony" in English. To create a Pastel Nagomi Art piece, dry pastel colors are first ground into a powder and then slowly applied and blended onto paper using fingers or simple tools. The resulting artwork is characterized by its dreamlike and imaginative quality, with a freedom of color choice. Creating Pastel Nagomi Art is said to be a relaxing and joyful activity that can transport participants back to carefree childhood memories, allowing them to forget their worries and unwind. This creative process can be enjoyed by people of all ages and is a great way to calm the mind and relieve stress.

Fee: 1 lesson (1.5 hours) / HK$300 each

[Including materials: 15.0*15.0 cm papers; 20.0*20.0 cm paper; and soft pastels for completing artworks]

Final products: 

One to three drawings on 15.0*15.0 cm papers, and one framed drawing on a 20.0*20.0 cm paper (Each first-time participant will receive a walnut-coloured frame measuring 25.3*25.3*4.0 cm for free for framing their artwork.)

Upgrade options: 

Replacing any one of the final products with a 20.0*20.0 cm paper (an additional HK$10)

Including one 25.3*25.3*4 cm walnut brown frame for paper artwork (an additional HK$100)

Cloisonné Painting Experience Class

Cloisonné, known as "Jingtai Blue" in Chinese, was introduced to China during the Yuan Dynasty and reached its peak during the Jingtai period of the Ming Dynasty.  Apart from its association with the prevalent era, Cloisonné was named "Jingtai Blue" because most of the finished products produced at that time were blue in colour.  Prior to the 19th century, Jingtai Blue could only be produced under court supervision.  Later, the techniques involved gradually spread to the general public and has been listed as a national-level intangible cultural heritage in China.  This experience class draws inspiration from the production methods of Jingtai Blue.  It involves bending gold or silver-coloured aluminium wire into desired patterns and then "filling" the patterns with coloured sand powder.  Originally, Jingtai Blue appeared in the making of jewelry, but it gradually found its way into daily life.  The workshop aims to provide participants with the opportunity to create artworks that are as elegant and exquisite as jewellery, bringing a touch of refinement and beauty to their lives.  Videos for introduction: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5G8wgssZ0Hlao8DzUAao0OVv_rjMZ0LW

Fee: 1 lesson (2.5 hours) / HK$580 each

[Including materials: 9.5 cm square cup coaster or 10.0 cm round cup coaster; coloured sands, resin, and tools required to complete the artwork; and cost of shipping the finished product]

Final products: 

One 9.5 cm square cup coaster painting, or one 10.0 cm round cup coaster painting

Upgrade options: 

Replacing the final products with a 14.0*5.0 cm bookmark (Free)

Replacing the final products with a 10.0 cm black walnut coloured square cup coaster painting (an additional HK$30)

Replacing the final products with a 10.0 cm black walnut coloured round cup coaster painting (an additional HK$30)

Replacing the final products with a 15.0*15.0*2.1 cm bamboo tray painting (additional HK$50).

Coloured Sand Aromatherapy Candle 
Experience Class

This is a workshop that combines coloured sand art and aromatherapy candle making, creating a sensory experience that engages both visual and olfactory senses, allowing you to enjoy the aromatherapy ambiance while creating art.  During the creative process, we layer the sand-like wax material to form unique artworks.  We provide a variety of dedicated candle colors for participants to colour the wax material, as well as offer a range of aromatherapy formulas to incorporate into their candle creations.  The aromatic fragrance of the candles brings about a sense of calm and balance, helping to alleviate the stresses and pressures of daily life.  This experience class welcomes anyone interested in art and aromatherapy to participate.

Fee: 1 lesson (1.0-1.5 hours) / HK$350 each

[Including materials: 9.0*8.0 cm glass jar; and wax materials and paints for completing artworks]

Final products: 

One 9.0*8.0 cm packaged glass sand art and one transparent packaging box

Upgrade options: 

Making an animal or food-shaped candle and putting it on top of the glass jar (an additional HK$50 and 30 minutes)

Alcohol Ink Art Experience Class

Alcohol ink art is popular in Europe and America.  It is an art form that uses wind and tilted paper to push the flow of alcohol while dispersing ink.  By controlling the size of the wind and the direction of the airflow, various effects can be created and rendered on specialised paper, such as marble patterns, growth rings, streamlines, and radiation.  This art form is similar to dropping ink into a glass of water, allowing colors to naturally expand, overlap, slowly accumulate layers, and express emotional changes through colour.  In alcohol ink art, there are no "failed" works, only different styles suitable for anyone to create freely. It can help participants relieve stress and is a form of entertainment in busy life.

Fee: 1 lesson (1.5 hours) / HK$400 each

[Including materials: 19.0*17.0 and 20.0*20.0 cm alcohol ink papers; alcohol ink pigments and dried flowers for completing artworks]

Final products: 

One painting on a 19.0*17.0 cm message cards with dried flowers, and one framed painting on a 20.0*20.0 cm alcohol ink paper (Each first-time participant will receive a walnut-coloured frame measuring 25.3*25.3*4.0 cm for free for framing their artwork.)

Upgrade options: 

Replacing any one of the final products with a A5 alcohol ink paper (Free)

Replacing any one of the final products with a 8K alcohol ink paper (an additional HK$80)

Including one 25.3*25.3*4 cm walnut brown frame for paper artwork (an additional HK$100)

Including one 30.3*40.5*2.9 cm white frame for paper artwork (an additional HK$100)

Zentangle Experience Class

Zentangle is an art form without rules, right or wrong, and comparison.  Often, all that is needed is a piece of paper and a pen to start.  In the process of creating, participants can let go of other trivial matters in life, follow their own pace and feelings, and construct the image stroke by stroke, assigning various meanings to each line and shape.  Zentangle does not focus on the outcome of the creation, but values the ease and calmness brought about by repeating the drawing of lines and shapes.  During creation, one can focus and listen carefully to their inner voice, and learn to accept the differences and changes in all aspects of themselves.  Video for introduction: https://youtube.com/shorts/p__fNkmiQto

Fee: 1 lesson (1.0 hour) / HK$300 each

[Including materials: 5.0 and 9.0 cm specialised square cards; and a technical pen and a pencil for completing artworks]

Final products: 

One drawing on a 5.0 cm square card and one drawing on a 9.0 cm square card 

Upgrade options: 

Replacing any one of the final products with a 11.5 cm circular card (an additional HK$20)

Replacing any one of the final products with a 9.0 cm triangular card (an additional HK$10)

Festive Creative Workshops

Pastel Nagomi Art Workshop
(Festival Special Edition)

The name "Nagomi" in Pastel Nagomi Art refers to the Japanese kanji character "和," which means "harmony" in English.  The resulting artwork is characterised by its dreamlike and imaginative quality, with a freedom of colour choice.  This workshop offers participants a special experience that combines art with a festive atmosphere.  We will utilise Pastel Nagomi Art as the medium of creation, using various colors, patterns, and motifs to express the joy and blessings of festivals such as New Year, Valentine's Day, and Christmas.  During creation, we will provide different decorative papers and framing tools to add completeness to the artworks.  Whether participants desire to infuse artistic elements into their homes or seek unique festival gifts, this workshop is an ideal option.

Fee: 1 lesson (1.5 hours) / HK$380 each

[Including materials: 1 pieces of 15.0*15.0 cm paper; soft pastels; and decorative papers for completing the artwork]

Final products: 

One framed drawing on 15.0*15.0 cm papers, and one walnut-coloured frame measuring 25.3*25.3*4.0 cm for framing 

Mother's Day

Coloured Sand Aromatherapy Candle Workshop (Mother's Day Edition)

To celebrate Mother's Day, we have specially designed a workshop that combines sand art and scented candle making.  During the creative process, we will not only use wax materials in various colors, layered one upon another, but also provide different flower-shaped molds to give the candle a unique shape and design.  We provide a variety of candle-specific colors for participants to colour the wax materials, as well as multiple fragrance formulas to infuse into their candle creations.  The aromatic fragrance of the scented candles can bring us a sense of calmness and balance - we hope that this one-of-a-kind gift can help mothers alleviate the worries and stress of their daily lives, while expressing our love and gratitude towards them.

Fee: 1 lesson (2.0 hours) / HK$420 each

[Including materials: 9.0*8.0 cm glass jar; a 10.0*12.0 cm greeting card; and wax materials and paints for completing artworks]

Final products: 

One 9.0*8.0 cm glass sand art with a flower-shaped candle, one 10.0*12.0 cm greeting card, and one transparent packaging box

Mother's Day 2

Cloisonné Painting Workshop
(Mother’s Day Edition)

To celebrate Mother's Day, we have prepared a special Cloisonné painting workshop.  Cloisonné, also known as "Jingtai Blue" in Chinese, is an ancient and delicate art form that was originally produced under strict imperial supervision.  Over time, this craftsmanship gradually spread to the public, and Beijing Jingtai Blue was recognised as a national intangible cultural heritage in China.  The workshop will reference the production techniques of Jingtai Blue.  With a special flower pattern, a designed hollowed-out board and an exquisite packaging box, we guide participants in creating a unique and imaginative gift that resembles jewellery.  Through this workshop, we aim to express gratitude to mothers in a heartfelt manner.  Videos for introduction: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5G8wgssZ0Hlao8DzUAao0OVv_rjMZ0LW

Fee: 1 lesson (2.5 hours) / HK$650 each

[Including materials: 8.0x8.0 or 9.0x9.0 cm hollow and round paintings with Chinese decorations; coloured sands, wood dye powders, resin, and tools required to complete the artwork; and cost of shipping the finished product]

Final products: 

One 8.0x8.0 or 9.0x9.0 cm hollowed-out and round paintings with Chinese decorations, and one 12.5*12.5*6.0 cm packaging box with packaging fillers

Upgrade options: 

Replacing the Chinese decorations with a more gorgeous ones (an additional HK$50)

Recreate: Traditional Rolling Lantern Workshop 

The Mid-Autumn Festival is an important traditional Chinese holiday.  It originated in China and falls on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month each year.  Different regions have developed various customs for the Mid-Autumn Festival, including moon gazing, family reunions and lantern festivals.  Rolling lanterns, meanwhile, originated in the Jiangsu and Zhejiang areas and are named for their ability to rotate freely without extinguishing the flame.  Its history can be traced back to the Song Dynasty.  The Southern Song poet, Fan Chengda, described rolling lanterns in his poem with the lines, "Throwing the candle, soaring and stable; pushing the ball, rolling lightly on the ground."  The Qing Dynasty poet, Sun Yi, expressed in his poem "Lun Deng" that "Children bind bamboo into wheels, spinning and interlocking, rotating and flying, yet the lantern remains unextinguished.  Strong men play with it, tossing it without pause, and it is called a rolling lantern."  Since 2006, rolling lanterns in various regions have been included in the national intangible cultural heritage list, affirming their cultural significance.  This workshop will instruct participants on making a simplified version of rolling lantern, and using different papers and paintings to create modern decorations.  Video for introduction: 

https://www.youtube.com/shorts/upJ1GYzf5l0

Fee: 1 lesson (2.5 hours) / HK$550 each

[Including materials: Various materials; ebru water marbling paints; Chinese painting pigments; and decorative papers for completing artworks]

Final products: 

One 30.0 cm wax candle version of rolling lantern

Upgrade options: 

Replacing the complex version to simple version wax candle to an electronic light (free)

Replacing the 2.5 hours lesson to a 1.5 hours one with a much simplified version of rolling lantern (HK$$450 only)

▉   An additional $50 per lesson for door-to-door services to certain Yuen Long, Tin Shui Wai and Tuen Mun areas.  Areas other than the above will charge extra.

▉   If English is used as the teaching language, an additional HK$50 is required for each class per participant.

▉   The number of students/ participants per lesson is between 1 to 10 people.

▉   An additional fee is required for lesson materials (like canvases, papers or boxes) with larger size, or in different forms.

▉   After paying the reservation fee, any absence will not be rescheduled or refunded.

▉   In order not to affect other participants and classes, if you cannot arrive on time, your reserved time will be automatically reduced.

▉   If the Hong Kong Observatory issues a red or black rainstorm warning signal, a typhoon signal no. 8 or above after 7 a.m., the classes scheduled before noon on that day will be cancelled.  If the aforementioned weather warnings are issued by the Hong Kong Observatory after 11 a.m., the classes scheduled after noon on that day will be cancelled. Classes cancelled due to the aforementioned adverse weather warnings will be rescheduled.

▉   Regardless of the reason for make-up classes, all make-up classes need to be scheduled and completed within four weeks after the missed class.

▉   If you need to leave your completed work in the studio to dry, please make an appointment to retrieve it within fourteen days.  Otherwise, the work will be considered abandoned and will become the property of the studio.

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