The Art for Kidults 重拾童心的粉彩指繪藝術
日文 Nagomi 即『和』，有和諧的意思。
日期: 3月12日(一)下午3:30 – 5:30
費用:$200/位 (全日制學生 $150/位）
Pastel Nagomi Art originated in Japan and was developed by Hosoya Norikatsu in 2003. The goal of this art form is to achieve a society that is spiritually rich, health, harmonious and balanced. The awesome thing about this art form is that you don’t need to be an “artist”. At it’s simplest it’s just like finger painting with pastels.
This art form uses chalk or soft pastels to create an almost magical piece. The technique uses pastel powders, your fingers and erasers to produce “transparent art” that appear gentle and has a dreamy quality to it. It can be done by anyone and at any age with or without experience in art. The believe is that creativity is within all of us, and this is a tool to tap into our innate creativity and to allow it to flow.
The use of our fingers while working with the colors of the soft pastels allows the vibrations of the colors to flow within us. Each colors carries a certain vibration and the contact between skin and the color can bring about healing. It has also been used as a means of meditation – being mindful of the color, the feel of the pastel powder and the paper; our breath and movement of our fingers.