Come join us on this amazing adventure Mon March 16th @ Joshua Creek Arts!! March Break Modern Batik Art expressive explorations, for more details and registration please visit the link below… https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/modern-batik-workshop-for-youth-tickets-92981507191
What an incredibly successful Modern Batik Art workshop @ the Aga Khan Museum on Sunday Nov 17th! This sold out event had 20 amazing students in attendance with absolutely stunning art pieces created! Bravo to all the students and thank you to the Aga Khan Museum.
What an exciting Modern Batik workshop to host @ Joshua Creek Arts! When it’s cold & gloomy what better way to spend time inside creating warm and beautiful art! Bravo to all the wonderful pieces created!
An absolute exciting creative collaboration with Gardiner Museum & Deon Best Modern Batik. Youth summer camps, creative explorations! For more information please visit… https://www.gardinermuseum.on.ca/learn-create/kids-camps/ Week 3
These are some of the proud creative partners DBest Modern Batik has worked with and currently working with. Privileged to be involved with such great organizations!
I would like to thank ALL 28 grade seven students @ Winona Drive Senior Public School that enrolled and attended my exciting Modern Batik Art workshop in May 2019! Great time spent and amazing work produced!!
Amazing pieces of artwork created @ this awesome workshop! Thanks to all those in attendance!
I was blessed with a great opportunity to connect with Dan Pearce of Metroland Media for a featured article expressing the explorations of Modern Batik Art. Thanks for a great photo shoot & article! Special thanks Jen Fabico @ Scarborough Arts for setting this up! https://www.toronto.com/news-story/8906417-photo-shoots-scarborough-artist-explores-indonesian-art-form-batik/ *photos courtesy of Dan…
I had the privilege of creatively collaborating with Crosslinx in leading a two part community activation in partnership with Scarborough Arts & Eglinton Square Mall. The project was to create a banner in which members of the local community could have participated in the creation process. • The Toucan Banner…