Nagomi 和 Soft Pastels Art Workshop 和粉彩艺术 パステル和

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Nagomi 和, meaning peace in Japanese, is the name given to a art technique that produces soft pastel art pieces that have a transparent effect to them similar to watercolour. Pastels have a warm and soft gentle feel to them which adds to the charm of Nagomi. By using your fingers to spread the pastel pigment, Nagomi promotes kindness, relaxation and soothes the soul. The charm of Nagomi lies in its simplicity which opens it to people of all ages, Nagomi was created to promote mental health well being and give hope to its artists. There is a spiritual calming feeling that is experienced when creating Nagomi, and many feel a therapeutic effect from it.

Visual Arts Centre is excited to announce our Nagomi Art workshops in the month of June! As this activity is fun for all, we highly recommend families to come for the workshop together and have a fun relaxing afternoon experiencing Nagomi!



2 Sessions

9 June and 16 June

3:30 pm – 5pm

$46 nett/pax 

* $80 nett/parent+child bundle for 2! *

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All materials are provided!

For registration or any enquiries, contact Visual Arts Centre at 6255 0711/ 6733 2155 or drop us an email at!

Sign up with your family and friends now for a soothing art experience!


What will I bring home?

Completed Nagomi soft pastel art pieces.



Course description:

Participants will be guided through the steps of making Nagomi pastel art.

  • Scraping powder from soft pastels
  • Using finger to draw shapes
  • How to apply colour for depth and light contrasts
  • Where to leave out white spaces for soft effect
  • Adding details


Every Sunday, from 9 June 2019 - 16 June 2019


3:30pm - 5pm

Number of Sessions:

1 Session

Course Fees:

S$ 46


Visual Arts Centre Art Studio

Terms and conditions:

All sessions are to be completed within the course duration stated.

Interested in this course??

Call us at 6255 0711 / 6733 2155, or email us at to enquire / register about this course

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