Over these 5-day visual art workshops.
An overview of the most famous paintings of all time, found in museums around the world.
One vacancy has become available in Lyn Diefenbach’s workshop.
Acrylics Art Workshop
The focus of this workshop will be mainly acrylic painting techniques using texture, design and colour with some mixed media (charcoal, pastel etc.). Playing with the backgrounds also, we will be learning many different application techniques.
This workshop will be exciting, you will experience a change from the regular watercolour workshop.
Fiona Craig paints floral, still life and landscapes in oils, watercolours, pastels and mixed media.
This workshop will cover techniques that are useful for rendering flowers in the medium of oil paints on canvas or board. It aims at the achievement of vibrant artworks that convey a sense of light, shadow and sculptural form.
Making the change happen yourself. Regeneration through creative innovation.
Acrylic Still Life of Flowers, Figures in the Trees & small studies of owls on paper
IMPRESSIONS-LAYERS OF MIXED MEDIA
Put your own brand of artistic expression into this fun five-day workshop. The week will begin with painting a still life of flowers, fruits, and coloured drapes. For this you will be using acrylic paints and be working on a black primed canvas, the finished painting will have a look of contemporary realism.
This wonderful 5-day painting workshops’ focus will be on the essential watercolour painting techniques necessary to create a series of beautiful fruit and vegetable illustrations, as well as a day exploring insects, a favourite complimentary element of this work.
Art workshop description, Heidi’s CV, and more images have been added to the website.
STILL LIFE AND PORTRAIT IN OILS – Having fun with Faces, Fruit and Flowers
Paul McDonald Smith OAM, FVAS, FRSA
Watch your paintings come to life with light and shade, form and space and sparkling with colour.
Funtastic Acrylics – visual art class
This visual art class will introduce students to an unorthodox approach to painting. Be prepared to scrape, spray, throw and roll paint; and leave brushes to last.
BLOOD FROM STONE –Watercolour
Australian artist, John Lovett was born in Cooma, NSW, in 1953. He studied at the National Art School, Newcastle, and has been painting professionally since 1979. He has held over 40 solo exhibitions and participated in numerous mixed exhibitions. John’s work possesses an emotive power and vitality that is enhanced by his use of light, colour and strong sense of design.
Art workshop information and Jenni’s CV added to the website.
This workshop will introduce students to an unorthodox approach to painting.
Be Brave and Have Fun with Watercolour or Acrylics – Art Class
A step by step process will begin in this workshop with fast foundation painting and will end with final approach options that are easy to learn and thought provoking.
What causes a painting to be left unfinished?
Did the artist run out of inspiration? Did their commission money dry up? Did they get bored, frustrated, or disenchanted? Did the artist or their subject die before completion? Behind every picture lies a story, and that is especially true of incomplete works. This list looks at ten unfinished paintings and the intriguing, surprising, and poignant reasons why.
Pastels – Putting the Wow factor in Florals and Seascapes.