Himapan Gallery Bangkok – Unique Lotus Leaves Painting Workshop
Escape to the farthest reaches of your imagination in Bangkok’s most zen lotus painting workshop. An authentic and relaxing experience, painting on leaves channels the traditional artistry of Thailand’s culture and provides an outlet for creating your own exquisite piece of art. Sustainability and freedom of expression are at the heart of this unique workshop, which uses locally sourced lotus materials and leaves painting a masterpiece up to each individual artist. It’s truly one of the most exceptional things to do in Bangkok.
- Location: Bangkok
- Duration: Approximately 3 hours
- Opening time: Tuesday- Saturday 09:30 - 12:30
- Experience an authentic lotus painting workshop
- Express yourself through inspiring colours, metallics, and stencils
- Learn the importance of sustainable and eco-friendly materials
- Create a masterpiece by painting on leaves
- Escape inside the peaceful oasis of Himapan Gallery Bangkok
The painting studio is located on the third floor of the Himapan Gallery at Silom Village Sukhumvit 31Paintings made using acrylic paint require a one-day drying period. Paintings made using oil paint require a one-week drying period. Himapan Gallery offers shipping services for customers.Customers may feel free to bring snacks and drinks to the workshop.
Package 1 - 20x20 cm: This option is for one guest. Each guest is given one (1) 20x20 canvas, along with one box frame.Package 2 - 30x30 cm: This option is for one guest. Each guest is given one (1) 30x30 canvas, along with one box frame.Package 3 - 40x40 cm: This option can be booked for one to three guests. The package comes with three (3) 40x40 canvases, along with one box frame per canvas. Paint all 3 canvases by yourself or split the cost and share the experience with two of your friends!
Himapan Gallery Bangkok is located at Silom Village on Soi Prasanmit off Sukhumvit Soi 31. The address is Himapan Gallery, 35/14 Sukhumvit Soi 31, Bangkok, 10110The nearest BTS stations are Asok and Phrom Phong, while the nearest MRT is Sukhumvit.
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What are creative things to do in Bangkok? Try the exquisite art of lotus leaves painting on canvas at Himapan Gallery Bangkok
A lotus painting workshop is more than just painting leaves on canvas. It’s a creative release and an opportunity to channel your innermost creativity away from the bustle of everyday life; and located above the Chinese antique furniture displays at Himapan Gallery Bangkok, a peaceful studio invites you to do just that. Embrace your inner artiste and feel closer than ever to the Land of Smiles by learning the longstanding Thai tradition of beautiful lotus painting and experiencing one of the most fun things to do in Bangkok. Grown on sustainable farms in Thailand, gorgeous lotus leaves are picked with care out of respect for nature and the rich symbolism they hold in Thai culture. Taking its inspiration from the legendary forest of Himapan, a place where ancient Buddhists believed all creatures lived harmoniously, this lotus painting workshop seeks to provide a tranquil and nurturing environment. The lotus leaves are delicately hand-laid over a fabric-covered frame to create a stunning natural canvas; and with each leaf different from the last, every painting surface is as unique as you. Artists of all experience levels are guided through the traditional technique of painting on leaves and left to create his or her own individual masterpiece. Himapan Gallery Bangkok provides everything you need for this lotus painting workshop, including paints, brushes, sponges, varnish, stencils, and metallic highlights. Simply show up and you’ll feel the calming atmosphere whisk you away from the stresses of the world as your creative energy is released with every thoughtful brushstroke.