Colour Mixing

Workshop_ March 2013_ Jane Blundell – Colour Mixing [message_box title=”Workshop Co-ordinator’s Report” color=”yellow”] All participants had a chance to analyse their own paints with Jane during the morning session. The experimentation of colour mixing often just using triads, led to many comments like “It’s amazing what we get!”, “Look at that colour!”….Yes we did do colour charts…

A New Approach to Abstraction

workshop with Cilla Davis on Saturday 13 April 2013. [message_box title=”Workshop Co-ordinator’s Report” color=”yellow”] Fourteen participants were taken on a journey of self-expression  with Cilla. We began the day with experimenting  with different marks using shades of one colour, moved  on to working with more colour and finally produced a  painting influenced by bottles, wire…

Landscapes in Oils

**Postponed** – two day workshop with John Wilson Saturday May 11th and Sunday May 12th 2013. This workshop is for those who have mastered the basics and wish to move onto new levels. The course covers tone, temperature, colour mixing, composition, atmosphere, reflected lights, reflections and other subtleties unique to Australian landscape. The workshop begins…

Landscapes in watercolour

workshop with Josefia Lemon on Saturday 15th June 2013. This workshop aims to simplify some of the fundamental techniques of painting with watercolours including washes, wet into wet and wet over dry techniques and to achieve a sense of distance using tonal values, colours and shapes. Individual guidance and demonstration will be given at the…

Fun with Acrylics and use of mediums

workshop by Mitzi Vardill on Saturday August 17th 2013 Acrylic Painters:  Increase Your Knowledge of Your Medium! Love painting with acrylics but the mediums confuse you? Are you getting the best out of your work practice or is it holding you back? How can mediums extend your own painting practice? The aim of this workshop…

Watercolour workshop

with Susie Murphie on Saturday Sept 14 2013. Susie says “In my workshops I always concentrate on the actual application of the paint. It is so important to be able to control the tonal value of the medium and have an idea what you have on your brush before you commit to paper. To me,…