Water Marbling: Magical Colors Dancing on Water
Water marbling, known as “EBRU” in Turkish, is the art of creating colorful patterns on water by sprinkling and brushing color pigments onto the surface. After creating your design on the water, you transfer the pigment onto paper.
Learn the art of water marbling on paper. Techniques like Battal, come and go, comb, hearts, flowers, and abstract designs will be taught. All supplies are included and you will take two of your masterpieces home.
About the Instructor
Zeynep Guvnec is a water marbling artist. Water marbling, also known as ‘Ebru’ in Turkish, creates colorful patterns on water by sprinkling and brushing color pigments. After you paint your artwork on a special water surface, you can transfer it onto paper, canvas, card, canvas, sea-shells, or ornaments.
Last year, Zeynep created “Twinsies” with her twin sister Ilknur. Since then they have organized water marbling workshops and classes in various locations including the Cary Arts Center and NCSU Crafts Center. Zeynep and her sister also offer water marbling parties at galleries and art studios. Their artwork has been recently displayed at the Wake County West Regional Library.
Join Zeynep for a magical experience where colors dance on water, resulting in is a mesmerizing artwork you can proudly share with your family and friends.