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A Patch of Color is the title

October 24, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

A Virtual Art interactive workshop on Girls NITE Live!
Color Filled
Session welcomes Non-Artist’ & Creative’s
Oct 24, 2022 7-8pm EST
$10 tickets

Famous Harlem Artist, Aleathia Brown will teach you how to paint on sustainable fibers CUT from home. YOU will be cutting a small rectangular primed and painted swatch of fabric.  These can come from a cotton button down shirt, an old bed sheet or some unused denim. By repurposing we make art sustainable on a small wearable frame-worthy miniature fabric.

With a whimsical silhouette and 3 colors that tell a beginning, middle and end visual story, participants will make a wearable art with purpose. You can flow in an abstract color-filled way.

The patch that YOU create will have color and pizzazz and a silhouette or two. We will use acrylic screen paint so that each patch is a washable, wearable, frame-worthy miniature masterpiece welcoming creatives or non-artists.

If You are unable to participate in the Live session
a link will be sent  and You can watch at Your convenience

Workshop Notes:

Select 3 colors that tell a story


  • Red for the passion I have for living
  • Copper for the healing abilities it has
  • Purple for power of royalty

Suggested material to paint on:

  • A cotton Sheet
  • Old button down cotton shirt
  • Jeans
  • Cut into a rectangle 3.5″ x 4.5
  • Finish the edges to prevent unraveling

Supply List:                                                                     

  • Speedball  Screen Printing acrylic paint                                                       
  • Gesso small jar or tube for acrylic paint (it acts as a primer so paint sits on top rather than soak through)                       Black, White (you select 3 colors that tell a story in addition)                         
  • Round nylon paintbrushes #01, 02, 04
  • Water cup & bottle water(2)  one cup for water, 2nd larger container empty for dirty water,  fill a recycled bottle with water
  •  Rags use from the fabric from swatch or paper towel (to dry/clean brushes)
  • Masking Tape                                                                                                          
  • Fabric repurpose from: a button down cotton shirt, bed sheet or old denim (cut into a 3.5″ x 4.5″ rectangle)
  • Suggestion: take rectangle fabric to cleaners and have edges finished so it doesn’t unravel or fold over and sew edges.



October 24, 2022
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


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