Upcoming06 New Zealand Watercolourist, Jacky Pearson – “Go with the Flow,” Watercolours

Event Phone: 0266431528

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Depositshow details + $200.70 (AUD)  

  • April 13, 2019 - April 17, 2019
    9:00 am - 4:00 pm

You may enrol and pay a $195.00 DEPOSIT either using our online store. Please note that there will be a $5.70 PayPal transaction fee added to the deposit price for when using our online store. Or by downloading and completing a 2019 Application Form (PDF) or the 2019 Application Form Word DOC and posting with your payment. With the final payment due by Friday, February 1, 2019. Progressive payments are acceptable. The deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Fees for 2019 will be

  • $655.00 – Adult Full Fee
  • $630.00 – Seniors Card
  • $590.00 – Australian Pension Concession Card
  • $300.00 –School Student

2019 Terms and Conditions

Watercolours are the most exciting and versatile of all the mediums. Beautiful light effects and flowing washes are achieved by loose and bold brush strokes and a good knowledge of control of pigment and water. Come along, have fun and brush up on your skills using a variety of subjects: mountains, dramatic skies, boats and water, trees and figures. Jacky will cover the three essential steps for creating a sense of space: atmospheric and linear perspective and stacking. She will demonstrate techniques step by step and give you plenty of time to practice. Generally, you will paint a full painting every day with build-up exercises each morning. To make the most of the beautiful landscape there will be an outdoor painting opportunity and for early risers optional sketching/painting by the river before breakfast on some days and a cafe afterward! Open to all comers 18 years and over

Multi award-winning professional artist and tutor Jacky Pearson is fascinated by light and atmosphere which is the driving force for her paintings. While she specialises in watercolours, loving the sense of freedom and spontaneity which this medium does best; oils, pastels, and charcoal are also a frequent part of her work. Jacky has painted since childhood although pursued a career in soil conservation. She now works on her art full time. Self-taught, Jacky has attended workshops with some of the worlds top watercolour artists. She believes anyone who wants to can paint and express themselves; it is the desire that creates the talent, the rest is just hard work and some excellent tuition.
Jacky exhibits in galleries and art shows around NZ. She also teaches regular classes in the Wellington and holds workshops and masterclasses in NZ, Australia on a regular basis; even, UK, Holland, Belgium, India and the Greek Islands. Her work is held in private and public collections and “Save our Trolley’s” represents New Zealand in the permanent collection of the International Museum of Watercolours in Mexico City. Jacky has won numerous prestigious awards including twice the Raye Hannan Memorial Trophy at the NZ Royal Easter Show. Her work has twice been selected for inclusion in the North American book “Splash” representing Best of International Watercolours, 2011 and 2015. Her work has been featured in international and NZ magazines, books and calendars. The Australian TV company “Colour in your Life” has filmed Jacky painting a portrait of her friend Pat in “Smoko Break.” This can be viewed either on YouTube or through Jacky’s website. Jacky features with a Dutch company-tuition online Watercolour University, Aquerelacademie.nl, holding a series of 10 watercolour step by step tutorials: subject Water and Boats. Recently Jacky has won the Gordon Harris NZ Online Watercolour Award for “Skirting.” www.jackypearson.com



97 Mary Street, Grafton, New South Wales, 2460, Australia


Please Note: All workshops run concurrently this allows you to only enrol in one workshop. Fay Boyd’s Fine Art School will be held at the Grafton High School. There will be twenty-two 5-day workshops on offer with tutors who have been selected to provide students with professional, expert tuition in their chosen form of the Visual Arts.

Grafton is situated on the Northern Rivers of NSW approximately seven hours north of Sydney and three hours south of Brisbane by road. Access to Grafton is possible via car, plane, bus or train.

Grafton’s “Bendy Bridge” Credit: Louis Covre, Grafton Fast Photos

WORKSHOP INFORMATION – Following your enrolment you will receive your Student Requirement List, a Models Fee (if applicable), and a map of Grafton plus general information for your convenience.

WORKSHOP VENUE – All workshops will be held at the Grafton High School. Classrooms will be allocated on the first morning of the School.

SCHOOL CAFETERIA – Lunch, Morning and Afternoon Tea will be available on Campus, pre-ordering of lunches will also be offered. Your support of this small local business offering fresh home cooking would be greatly appreciated.

MEDICAL ATTENTION AND INSURANCE – The organiser holds Public Liability Insurance only; students are advised to take out independent policies for sickness, accident benefits, and personal possessions should you wish. The Emergency Department at the Grafton Base Hospital is open 24 hours a day for any emergency treatment required.

ACCOMMODATION – Please book your accommodation early. A list of suggested hotels, motels, etc. is available from our Accommodation Page. If you need help or advice, please do not hesitate to phone the office on 02 6643 1528.

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