Why not spend a Sunday morning in the company of Gozo-based artist Bob Cardona as he gives a live painting demonstration at the historic 17th century coastal watchtower at Dwejra?
See how a piece of art is created, and the processes and techniques that are employed by the artist to produce a finished painting from a blank canvas – all in under two hours!
Through the creative process, we will also learn what inspires this Maltese contemporary artist to paint, and what subjects he chooses to commit to canvas, which can include everything from Gozo-inspired landscapes to portraits and even pictures of people’s pets.
Bob had moved to the UK with his parents at the age of seven returning to Malta in 2016. He now lives in Gozo.
Book Your Place!
Participation will be capped to a maximum of 20 persons, so reserving in advance is essential. Please book your place by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org giving your name and a contact phone number.
A suggested €5 donation to Din l-Art Ħelwa for hosting the event at the tower can be paid in cash on the day, or online at https://dinlarthelwa.org/product/donation
The tower will open to guests at 09.30pm, offering the opportunity to look around the recently restored Grade One Heritage Site, which was built in 1652 at the time of Grand Master Lascaris and the Knights of St John.
Access to the tower is on foot across uneven sections of rough terrain.
Accessing the roof area and lower ground floor is by means of stone steps.
Smoking is not permitted inside the building. Please note : there are no toilet facilities at the tower.
Children of 15 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult.
In case of unfavourable weather, the event will be postponed to a later date and booked participants will get the first opportunity to rebook.