How to create an art masterpiece at home (easily)

Using paint and household items, here’s how you can forge a piece of abstract art at home

How to create an art masterpiece at home (easily)

While spending so much additional time at home, there are plenty of different hobbies and activities out there to be getting on with. We’ve scoured some of the best and brightest art studios and galleries in Qatar to find out who will help you roll up your sleeves and get artistic with some online classes.

Today’s episode of Time In (spiration) focuses on how you can create a masterpiece at home, and the bulk of the episode shows you how to specifically paint a piece of abstract art using utensils you’ll likely find around the home (plus a few paint sets, readily available online, of course).

Amrita Sethi, who runs Art by Amrita, will be showing you how a rolling pin, some cling film, a household sponge and a few sets of paint can help you unleash your creativity, harness your imagination and create a new piece of wall art to be proud of.

It’s all in today’s episode of Time In(spiration), the dedicated YouTube series showing you how to make the most of your time at home.

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