Leather Painting Workshop
Kindly "Add Order Note" to indicate your choice of Card Holder (Black / Taupe) to paint on at checkout.
Conducted by Marquage Artist Cherin Sim, this 4-hour workshop explores the fundamentals of painting on leather.
Duration: 4-hour workshop
Location: Bynd Artisan Holland Village Atelier
No prior experience is required.
Sign up is strictly for one participant only.
S$280 class fee is inclusive of:
• 1 x Cherin Sim for Bynd Artisan Zip Card Holder (Black / Taupe)
• 1 Paintbrush
• Individual Paint Bottles
About The Instructor:
Whilst pursuing a Masters of Fine Art from Goldsmith London, Cherin Sim received the Winston Oh Postgraduate Research Scholarship which brought her to pursue leather-working at Scuola del Cuoio, one of the world’s most iconic leather schools in Florence, Italy.
With her passion for Art and Fashion, Cherin turned her knowledge into a career as a bag maker, designer, and painter working with international brands and individuals seeking bespoke pieces. Cherin, who cites Andy Warhol as her favourite artist of all time, works around Pop-Culture and premium materials to produce one-of-a-kind pieces for her clients.
Kindly note that rescheduling of the workshop is only allowed up to 3 days before commencement of the workshop. Please note that rescheduling may only be performed once, and exchange/refund is strictly not allowed at any point. We will not be extending the option of rescheduling to participants who did not inform us of no show prior to the start of the session. No-show participants are able to collect their workshop materials from the Atelier.
As a repository of traditional skill set, we share our bookbinding and leather-craft expertise with hobbyists, aspiring craftsmen and anyone who’s curious.
Through Bynd Artisan workshops, learn something new under the guidance of our craftsmen and creative collaborators. Experience the joy of crafting objects such as an AirPods case and fashion accessories using upcycled materials, as well as the intricacies of hand stitching different sections of paper together.