The dates for 2020 Grafton Art School are:
Thursday, April 16th to Monday, April 20th, 2020 inclusive.
Please Note that the start day of the 2020 art school is a Thursday, this is because of the Easter Holidays beginning on Friday, April 10th, 2020.
Fees for 2020 will be
- $725.00 – Adult Full Fee
- $655.00 – Pensioner Concession (Seniors N/A)
Enrol and pay the full fee or a $205.00 DEPOSIT either using our online store. Please note that a $5.65 PayPal transaction fee added to the transaction for credit card payment when using our online store.
- Download and Print a 2020 Bill of Sale Application Form (PDF or DOCX) using the buttons below and
complete and post with your payment. With the final payment due by Friday, February 21, 2020. Progressive payments are acceptable. The deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable.
Mediums, Workshops, and Tutors
John Lovett Make It Simple in Watercolour.
Heidi Willis Bees Study and Botanical Painting in Watercolour
Malcolm Carver The Art of Watercolour + Apple iPad
Julian Bruere Biomorphic Expression leading into Snow gums Themes and Abstract Designs and Water concepts incorporating boats, harbour scenes, river reflections
Antoinette Blyth “A brush with Water!”
Georgia Mansur Acrylics Workshop
Herman Pekel Medium to be advised
Lyn Diefenbach Pastels with WOW: Florals and Seascapes
Leoni Duff Portraits in Pastel
Nature & Wildlife
Paul Margocsy – “Walk on the Wildside” Animals
Janet Matthews – Birds, branches, leaves & flowers in coloured pencil.
Pen and Wash
Cees Sliedrecht – Best of drawing with watercolour, pencil and pen
Paul McDonald Smith OAM FVAS, FRSA(Lon)- you may choose to do a portrait or still life for the five days.
David Chen Seascapes including boats, Landscapes and Streetscapes including people. One day with a nude model.
David’s workshop fully subscribed. You can call the office on 02 6643 1528 and from overseas you can email us or call on +612 6643 1528 to be placed on a waiting list in the event of cancellations and places become available again.
Todd Whisson Oils using the Palette Knife
Leonie Norton – ‘Bigger and Better: Contemporary Botanical Art’