Reading is a great exercise for creative minds to seek peace and mindfulness. It stands to be one of the most reliable ways that best foster imagination in the most responsible manner. What makes reading even more engaging and fun are the colourful watercolour bookmarks used to complement and enhance the reading experience.
But aren’t bookmarks costly? Well, if they are, why not learn to create one? Yes! You heard that right. Rooftop has now enabled creative learners to grab a chance and enlighten themselves with details of making a watercolour bookmark through the Watercolor bookmarks painting workshop with Anjali Wankhede. So let’s get into the details of Watercolor bookmarks and see what unique it has to offer.
About the Artist:-
Anjali Wankhede is a watercolour artist holding impressive expertise in practising florals and landscapes. She also holds a decent touch on illustrations and Mandala art.
The workshop Watercolour bookmarks began:-
The workshop began with the host introducing the mentor, Anjali Wankhede and her contribution in the field of art over the years. The mentor then took over and began with sharing basic concepts associated with making a watercolour bookmark.
She shared constructive details on size, colour and designs to consider when beginning your practice. Anjali Wankhede began to create two major floral bookmarks and while doing so she ensured to share every minute to major aspects of achieving mastery over it.
Towards the end of the Watercolour Bookmarks workshop:-
Two beautiful floral watercolour bookmarks were successfully created by the mentor. The attendees joining the workshop co-created the bookmarks too. They further also received an opportunity to showcase their co-created pieces to the mentor, Anjali Wankhede and received constructive feedback on the same.
The attendees attending the workshop were of different ages connected with the willingness to learn and explore. Rooftop through this workshop truly managed to shape and empower the creative minds of today.
On this note, here’s us signing off until next time!