Pastel Nagomi Art Class – Lunar New Year EditionVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Members’ Family Activities
Pastel Nagomi Art is a form of self-healing art founded in Japan by Mr. Hosoya Norikatsu in 2003.
The word nagomi means harmony and calmness. And because of its therapeutic nature, you will be able to explore your artistic nature by using soft pastels, fingers, and simple tools to create heart-warming works, with or without any art background.
During the session, the instructor will guide the parent and child to work together on an artwork inspired by an auspicious fruit of Lunar New Year—mandarin orange. The Chinese pronunciation of mandarin orange resembles good fortune, and its hue also likens the color of gold, a color of wealth and prosperity.
We wish this Lunar New Year will bring all the good fortune to our members and hope this therapeutic art will help you improve your parent-child relationship to find harmony and calmness together.
All materials needed for the session will be provided by the instructor. This activity is suitable for children age 6 and above.
Man Shek is an advanced instructor of Pastel Nagomi Art, experienced art educator and art administrator, who participated in the Young Artist in Residence@V54 program.
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