Two Day Aerosol and Mural Workshop
Saturday April 4th and Sunday April 5th
TWO DAY WORKSHOP
10:00 AM - 5:00 P.M
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING
HIPPO FACTORY - YOUNG URBAN ARTIST OUTREACH
A PORTION OF YOUR WORKSHOP TUITION FEE WILL GO TOWARDS FUNDING THREE LOW INCOME SCHOLARSHIP PARTICIPANTS
Two Day Mural and Aerosol Workshop
Please join us for our two day Intro to Murals workshop given by the esteemed Daniel Toledo. The Mural workshop offers instruction to artists who are interested in learning how to adapt their painting skills to public mural making.
First day Daniel will go over his experiences of doing murals through his life in Los Angeles. He will share his knowledge of working with clients in producing big scale murals. He cover supplies and techniques of how to use spray paint. Demos and practice.
On the second day artists will paint their own personal murals using the techniques they learn from the first day. Daniel will be there to help guide each artist with their wall.
Daniel talks about his experience in doing murals
Why paint murals
How to approach client murals
Where to do personal murals
Respecting the culture, artist, and city
Supplies paint, spray paint, tools, etching
How to set up area when painting
How to use the grid methods to start a mural
Demo of using spray paint, caps, and techniques
Artist experiment with spray paint
Artists get assigned to come up with a concept for a small mural
Artists use techniques and knowledge they learn from the first day
Artists start their mural by using the grid methods
Artists have 4 hours to start and finish the mural
Daniel will be their to assist and guide each artist
ABOUT DANIEL TOLEDO
Daniel aka “Mister Toledo” is a San Diego-born artist who is a rising star in the art scene. His creative journey led him to Los Angeles, where he currently resides with the hope of sharing his art with others through gallery shows and beautifying the city with dynamic and introspective murals. In his work, Daniel draws inspiration from his own life and explores deeply personal and vulnerable themes regarding the human experience.