Marilyn’s Chalk Painting Workshop Classes

Marilyn’s Chalk Painting Workshop ClassesMarilyn’s Chalk Painting Workshop Classes

Marilyn’s Chalk Painting Workshop Classes are held once a month Wisteria Cottage Fine Art Studio, 95 Main Western Road, North Tamborine, diagonally opposite the Fire Station.

Course Time:  9.30 to approx 2.30 and morning tea provided (gluten free & dairy free available)

White and/or Cream Chalk Paint, wax, brushes, rags, etc supplied

(alternatively bring 250 mls or 500 mls of your own colour in a low sheen acrylic paint & we will add Marilyn’s Chalk Paint Powder to make your own Chalk Paint)

Our Chalk Painting Workshop Classes are at a cost of just $99.00 per person (or book and pay for two and save! Just $150.00) and you will learn how to chalk paint like a Pro!.  Learn the best techniques for upcycling furniture using Marilyn’s Chalk Furniture Paint Powder added to acrylic paint, includes techniques for distressing, industrial finishes and ‘cheats’ gilding, together with how to apply clear and dark wax.  Bring in a small piece of your own wooden furniture to paint, ensuring it has been well cleaned with luke warm, soapy water (use household steel wool) to remove any dust or grime and you will take home your very own designer item.  Your piece should NOT be larger than a chair, or something you can carry under one arm and when finished, put on the backseat of your car.  For example, a small chair, occasional table, bedside table, picture frame, or a drawer from something you would like to complete at home.  You will enjoy an entertaining morning with other like minded upcycling enthusiasts and receive a 10% discount on all powder and wax purchased on the day.  Come along, wear your painting clothes bringing your sense of humour, adventure and love of all things recycled.

Class size is strictly limited

Next Chalk Painting Class dates:  To be Advised

For Bookings, please phone Sheridan on 0418 887 646 or email via the form

Marilyn's Chalk Painting Workshop Classes


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