A dream catcher is no alien to us. We all have known and appreciated it over the years. Its unique structure that is woven using appealing materials makes it truly insightful and one of the most amazing pieces to bring home. So why not try making this unique masterpiece by yourself that can effectively guard your dreams. How do you begin? Let the Rooftop assist you.
The dream catcher workshop with Vaishali Mehta is one major way to get your hands effectively started on making the dream catcher just as you desire. So, continue to scroll to know how and what you’ll begin to learn here.
About the Artist:-
Vaishali Mehta is a Macrame artist and an art educator holding impressive understanding and knowledge about art and its various associates. She is also well versed in various art mediums that she constantly practices and trains new & budding artists.
The workshop began:-
The workshop began with the host marking a spectacular introduction about the mentor and her years of expertise in the art field. She then took over the session and began with sharing details about making a dreamcatcher. This made learners well aware of the art form and also confident enough to stick practicing it.
Vaishali then swiftly began with the process of making a dreamcatcher. She kept the learners of the workshop well aware of the steps involved in making the art piece. She was also open to addressing questions and queries from the attendees in order to make the session as fruitful as possible. Under her sheer guidance, learners were surely registering some insightful learnings.
Towards the end of the workshop:-
The workshop concluded with a brilliant piece of dreamcatcher made by the mentor which was also co-created by the attendees of the workshop. Their pieces, in the end, were highlighted and tailored with effective comments. These individuals were of different age groups connected with a mission to learn and explore various art forms.
We, as always, were successful in connecting artists and curating a magical and positive vibe together.
On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!