New dates for Self-Exploration Mixed Media Workshops: by Natasja De Wet

Join us!

In the Self-Exploration Mixed Media Workshop, you will explore basic art-making techniques at your own pace. Unconventional mixed media will be used in these workshops in combination with acrylic and water-based paint and drawing materials, such as charcoal, pencil, ink and graphite. In this workshop, De Wet guides participants through a series of mixed media exercises which culminate in the creation of a mixed media artwork using a combination of the materials explored. In so doing, participants learn, share and create together, gently pushing the boundaries and awakening their inner creative worlds.

·         17 August 2019 - Self-Exploration Mixed Media Workshop

·         24 August 2019 - Self-Exploration Mixed Media Workshop - follow up | part two

·         14 September 2019 - Self-Exploration Mixed Media Workshop

·         12 October 2019 - Self-Exploration Mixed Media Workshop

·         9 November 2019 - Self-Exploration Mixed Media Workshop

·         7 December 2019 - Self-Exploration Mixed Media Workshop

Time: 10:00 - 16:00.

Duration: 6 hours including two tea and cake breaks.

Venue: Studio - Natasja de Wet.

Fee: R550. This fee applies to workshops in 2019 and excludes materials. Participants are required to provide their own materials for all workshops.

Booking: To book, contact Natasja at art@natasjadewet.com.

Deposit: 50% deposit to secure your place.

Please deposit your workshop fee two weeks before the workshop (account details provided upon booking) and email proof of payment with your name as reference.

Please note that deposits are non-refundable.

For more information, contact Natasja: art@natasjadewet.com

Layered Introversion 2. Plastic netting, recycled clothing, gauze, felt, cotton thread, pins. 22 x 20 cm 2017.jpg



Self-Exploration Mixed Media Workshop in July! by Natasja De Wet

After a wonderful explorative and creative workshop on the weekend, I am inspired to facilitate another workshop at the UCT Pathology Learning Centre!

In this Self-Exploration Mixed Media Workshop, you will explore basic art-making techniques at your own pace. Unconventional mixed media will be used in these workshops in combination with acrylic and water-based paint and drawing materials, such as charcoal, pencil, ink and graphite. In this workshop, De Wet guides participants through a series of mixed media exercises which culminate in the creation of a mixed media artwork using a combination of the materials explored. In so doing, participants learn, share and create together, gently pushing the boundaries and awakening their inner creative worlds.

Process and Materiality Workshop at the Pathology Museum

Date: 20 July 2019

Time: 10:00 - 15:00.

Duration: 5 hours including two 30-minute tea and cake breaks.

Venue: Pathology Museum, UCT Pathology Learning Centre, Observatory.

Fee: R550. This fee applies to workshops in 2019 and excludes materials. Participants are required to provide their own materials for all workshops.

Booking: To book, contact Natasja at art@natasjadewet.com.

Deposit: 50% deposit to secure your place. Please note that deposits are non-refundable.

Please deposit the balance of the workshop fee a week before the workshop (account details provided upon booking) and email proof of payment with your name as reference. 

Do not hesitate to let me know if you need more information!

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Interview on FMR Fine Music Radio by Natasja De Wet

Melancholia interview on FMR - Fine Music Radio

In conversation with Lucinda Jolly about my own connection with Melancholia and what it means to be vulnerable and also resilient.

Tune in on https://iono.fm/s/6 at 12.45.

Instagram handle: @natasja_dewet_artist @lucinda.jolly

Slivered Ball of Constriction. Acrylic pigment, found muck, glue, canvas. 60 x 16 x 9 cm, 53 x 16 x 14 cm, 36 x 11 x 7 cm 2017

Slivered Ball of Constriction. Acrylic pigment, found muck, glue, canvas. 60 x 16 x 9 cm, 53 x 16 x 14 cm, 36 x 11 x 7 cm 2017


SELF-EXPLORATION MIXED MEDIA WORKSHOP by Natasja De Wet

SELF-EXPLORATION MIXED MEDIA WORKSHOP

In the Self-Exploration Mixed Media Workshop, you will explore basic art-making techniques at your own pace. Unconventional mixed media will be used in these workshops in combination with acrylic and water-based paint and drawing materials, such as charcoal, pencil, ink and graphite. In this workshop, De Wet guides participants through a series of mixed media exercises which culminate in the creation of a mixed media artwork using a combination of the materials explored. In so doing, participants learn, share and create together, gently pushing the boundaries and awakening their inner creative worlds.      

·         4 May 2019 - Self-Exploration Mixed Media - Process and Materiality Workshop at the Pathology Museum

·         1 June 2019 - Self-Exploration Mixed Media - Process and Materiality Workshop at the Pathology Museum

Time: 10:00 - 15:00.

Duration: 5 hours including two 30-minute tea and cake breaks.

Venue: Pathology Museum, UCT Pathology Learning Centre, Observatory.

Fee: R550. This fee applies to workshops in 2019 and excludes materials. Participants are required to provide their own materials for all workshops.

Booking: To book, contact Natasja at art@natasjadewet.com.

Please deposit your workshop fee one week before the workshop (account details provided upon booking) and email proof of payment with your name as reference.

Please note that deposits are non-refundable.

Melancholia. Oil, acrylic, wood ash, industrial enamel, found muck, wood glue, resin, bedding, felt, canvas. 250 x 600 x 36 cm.

Melancholia. Oil, acrylic, wood ash, industrial enamel, found muck, wood glue, resin, bedding, felt, canvas. 250 x 600 x 36 cm.

THE FIRST OF MANY by Natasja De Wet

The first of many. . the beginnings of an installation and possibly a new body of work! Exciting, daunting and such a relief. The forming of new neural pathways are wonderful and necessary.

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Recycled and found materials

Recycled and found materials