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Handmade Turkish Gourd Lamps, Unusual Gift

Gourd has been around for many milleniums and has been used by the Humans for all sorts of things, such as Water Containers and Musical instruments.

Nowadays it has been part of Art Culture and it is getting very popular amongst Tourists as well as Locals. Gourd Lamps due to its unique shape and designs , they will make your House look gergeous, lit or unlit.

LEARN HOW TO CARVE AND DESIGN MOTIFS ON GOURD

You will learn from scratch how to become a Gourd Artist with one to one Tutor in our Work Studio located in Bodrum, away from hustle and buzzle in a very Tranquil place surrounded with Citrus Trees such as Oranges.

10 Days and 14 Days Courses

  • Accommodation
  • Full Board Local Food
  • Everyday minimum of 3 Hours Tutor Service
  • You can take home the Gourds you have designed and carved.
  • After the Course, If eligible, you can even work for GourdArt
  • Price Starts from £1150 depending on the Season and availability

 

Video below is showing Ceiling Lamp made of Gourd.

 

 

Famous Art Design Teacher Oktay Cetinoglu is carving his Gourds in Gumusluk near Bodrum. His Design skills and craftsmanship are very popular amongst the locals. He can be contacted via GourdArt.co.uk


For more examples Please see The Gourd Art Album

 

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