Inside the deconsecrated Cappella Orsini chapel, now a dedicated art space also known as the Cappella Orsini POT, we’ll learn to reproduce the historic technique of imitation of faux marble painting, which has been used for centuries in Roman design. We’ll start with a brief introduction of the red porphyry marble technique used in the ancient palaces and churches of Rome. In the meantime, we will paint on a wooden tablet using watercolors, brushes, and sea sponges to create the textures and the varying light. The result is a personal and one-of-a-kind piece of décor and everlasting memory of our day. It’s amazing the results you can achieve with this simple technique that will stay with you forever.