Moving into the "Dream Studio" space, we could finally host workshops in printmaking, have exhibitions and opening nights - and create a community with people who are passionate about paper and wanderlust ideas.
We host a range of printmaking workshops in letterpress (modern and traditional) as well as screen printing and traditional block printing. These are all very hands on, getting inky fingers producing prints - aprons are highly recommended! We wanted to do something a little more dreamy, host a workshop where we all can chat away and drink tea while learning a new skill - something less hands on. Since my watercolour hand lettering has become a popular add-on for envelope addressing and place tags, I thought this would make the perfect, dreamy workshop. I also use a very handy watercolour brush pen, which I wanted to share with everyone, as I find it's a great tool for beginners.
A few months ago, we contacted Floral Army - two beautiful florists who's floral designs are always an incredible combination of colours and wild elegance - as asked if they could help us make the space beautiful!
And so the Brush Lettering Workshop # 1 was created!
We were so lucky to have Kirsty Russell attend the workshop - a talented Perth photographer who brought along her camera to capture the moments and mood. Check out Kirsty's website for some beautiful, light filled wedding photography and portraits.
Floral Army: website here who also have a beautiful shop front on George st, East Fremantle
Kirsty Russell: website here