Includes taxes, shipping & a free 30 minute Art Session with Vinda!*
We are all going through a challenging time. Art is one way to find positivity, peace & happiness. Indulge yourself in some soothing art therapy with this curated abstract art kit for beginners.
Anybody can create abstract art! You are only limited by how much you are willing to imagine & learn to let go of any preconceived notions you may have about what "defines" art.
For all those who want a positive way to cope with the difficult time we are in, I hope this kit helps you!
Included with purchase of either Kit: A free 30 minute Abstract Art Therapy Session over Zoom once you purchase the kit you get you started
The Full Kit Includes:
- A Basic Guide To Abstract Art For Beginners
- 7 x A5 size Abstract Art Prints you can frame
- 10 sheets of A5 Art Paper
- 2 x Canvas Boards
- Brushes x 2
- A Curated Set of 9 Paints
- Black Archival Ink Marker
- White Paint Marker
- Gold Paint Marker
- Set of Oil Pastels
- 2 x Gold Foil Sheets
The Mini Kit Includes:
- A Guide To Abstract Art Based on My Personal Approach
- 5 sheets of A5 300 GSM Paper
- A Set of 6 Basic Acrylic Paints
- Black 0.8 mm Archival Ink Marker
- White 0.7mm Paint Marker
- 1 Flat Brush
What is Abstract Art?
It is freedom from the need to represent familiar objects to convey ideas. You can express yourself, your moods, concepts or memories without the need to replicate realistic objects.
Beyond The Obvious
Do you find painting a tree difficult? That's fine! Simply observe the colours, textures, shapes & most importantly, ask yourself - how does it make you feel? Paint that! If you took away all the physical distractions of what makes a tree feel like a tree, what's left behind is something purely out of your personal imagination!
Read all this & more in the basic guide for beginners.
"Art has helped me find positivity & happiness & this is my way of helping you to do the same! I have personally curated this kit to include some of the most basic tools that helped me create a variety of artworks." - Vinda Dravid, Curator