Join us for a one day adult's ‘play with paint’ session with Street Artist and Napier personality, Dali Susanto.
This hands-on workshop is designed to give you the experience of creating an artwork in one day, using paint on canvas. No previous painting experience is required for this workshop, just a sense of fun and an adventurous spirit! Dali will expertly guide participants to have a play with the materials and create their own stylized painting on canvas to take home.
This workshop is aimed at beginners but also anyone who is interested in learning about Dali's process, and picking up the tricks of the trade from a professional street artist and successful painter.
Cost includes canvas and materials.
Artist and tutor: Dali Susanto
To Book: email email@example.com or call CAN 06 835 9448.
Only prepayment secures your place on the course. Your place may be reserved for 48 hours only to give you time to pay. Book early to avoid disappointment, numbers are strictly limited!
Online payments: Contact the CAN for details. Reference: EV2019 and your surname
Dali Susanto was born in the art capital of Indonesia, Jogjakarta in 1986.
Brought up surrounded by artists, both within and outside of his family circle, Dali's mother and father (and other family members) own batik galleries and teach local and international tourists and students the skill of working with batik.
He was named by his parents after Salvador Dali in hope that he would follow along the same footsteps and become an artist.
Dali produces bold paintings and designs, usually using acrylics and often resembling prints. He continues to expand on his creativity and has begun painting on different media as well as canvas.
Since moving to New Zealand in 2007 Dali's career as an artist has taken off and he has held several exhibitions at galleries in Hastings and Napier, as well as in the Taupo Museum. Dali is a regular exhibitor at Creative Arts Napier and we are really excited to host his first adult's workshop!
NB: Creative Arts Napier reserves the right to cancel this workshop a week prior to the date in the very rare event of insufficient bookings.