Get Crafty! - Sunflower Coaster using Pastel Nagomi Art

Mark your visit to our sunflower-themed floral display this October with a therapeutic session of creating a sunflower coaster using the Pastel Nagomi Art form.  

Pastel Nagomi Art originated from Japan. It uses pastels to create beautiful, warm and gentle-toned artwork through simple but unique techniques. Suitable for beginners, participants have been known to feel relaxed while engaging with this art form. Come join in this simple activity to unleash your creativity and imagination to create your first piece of Pastel Nagomi artwork.

Materials used include soft pastels and stencils, which will be provided. 

Art Peace started in 2017 and has helped ordinary people uncover their artistic talent through Pastel Nagomi Art.

Get Crafty! - Sunflower Coaster using Nagomi Pastel Art Image for reference only
Date & Time

Sat, 8 Oct 2022
Sun, 9 Oct 2022

10.00am - 6.00pm

Duration per participant: 15min

Activity Fee


(Fee is inclusive of activity materials)

Friends of the Gardens enjoy $2 off the activity fee! Find out more here.


Australian Garden, Flower Dome^

Interested participants may pre-register with Art Peace or head directly to Australian Garden at Flower Dome to register onsite and make payment. Payment can be made via cash or PayNow, directly to the organiser.

Important Information

  • Onsite and pre-registration available. Slots are available on a first-come-first-served basis. 
  • To pre-register, visit Art Peace’s website. 
  • No prior art knowledge or experience needed. 
  • This activity is suitable for children, however children below 7 years old should be accompanied by an adult..
  • Image is for reference only.
*Activity Fee
  • Includes activity materials. 
  • Participants will be able to bring their creation and 2 plastic stencils home.
^Admission into Flower Dome
  • Admission into Flower Dome is required and must be purchased separately. 
  • Secure admission into Flower Dome early. Tickets to Flower Dome can be pre-purchased here.