Granite Birds and Objects with Fabric Hardener

How to Create Granite Effect on Birds and Objects with Fabric Hardener (Paverpol)

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What you will learn:

01

Class 1:

  • Introduction
  • How to make birds with aluminium foil

Class 2:

  • Prepare them for granite application
  • How to make the Granite mixture

Class 3:

  • How to make Paverplast mix
  • Granite application
02

Class 4:

  • Prepare recycled objects made of glass or wood
  • Granite application on objects
  • Making the Vase

Class 5: 

  • Making the chandelier
  • How to make Rose Clay
  • How to make a flower with rose clay
Granite Birds and Objects with Fabric Hardener
Granite Birds and Objects with Fabric Hardener
Granite Birds and Objects with Fabric Hardener
Granite Birds and Objects with Fabric Hardener

About the course

You have an old chandelier that has a worn look? Or any other object you want to change into a beautiful modern Granite look, they can be in wood, ceramic, glass or styrofoam. Or even an empty wine bottle.
 

Open Facebook Group to students of this course:
Curious Mondo: Granite Birds and Objects

Time table:
6 hours

Level:
Basic / Intermediate / Advanced

Target market:
Artists, anyone who loves fiber and sculpting or want to start a new hobby or career

Main objective:
Learn how to give an object a granite look using fabric hardener

Prerequisite:
None

Lise St-Cyr Curious Mondo Instructor

About the instructor

Lise St-Cyr

Born in Montreal, Lise St-Cyr studied at Sherbrooke University. She started her watercolor debuts as a portraitist and executed more than 60 portraits since 1991. She discovers watercolor on canvas - different from paper, this medium brings her spontaneity and freedom. She is inspired by her world trips, the different themes that live in her bring her to discover new horizons.

Lise St-Cyr has done many solo and group exhibitions and is represented in several galleries in Quebec and Miami and Portugal. She is a member of the Canadian Watercolor Association, Figurative Art Institute and the Lakeshore Association of artists.