- April 7, 2021 - April 11, 2021
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Lyn Diefenbach, Queensland. Oils.
Wow Knowhow! In this workshop you are able to choose the subject that you want to concentrate on for the five days – or you may like to do both! Luminosity and light will be the focus as well as being equipped with technical know how.
For the portraits you will be led through gaining a good likeness and on to mixing believable flesh colours as well as sculpting the form. In depth teaching on colour will enable the floral painters to firstly recognise and then be able to mix the subtle nuances that their subject presents. There’ll be plenty of demos and individual easel time.
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The pursuit of masterly quality and technique is a high priority for Lyn Diefenbach whose work is imbued with a celebration of her faith and of life. Her paintings in pastel and oil cover a myriad of subject matter with her bold florals consistently receiving accolades nationally and internationally. Her ability to communicate her ideas has entrenched her as a respected and sought-after tutor, with teaching engagements internationally and across Australia over many years. Lyn has run a workshop (2015) and a demonstration (2019) at previous IAPS.
Lyn was accepted into the International Guild of Realism in 2008, and holds Master Pastellist status with the Pastel Society of Australia. She was awarded Eminent Pastellist status in the International Association of Pastel Societies in 2019, having reached Masters Circle status in 2014. Lyn was accepted into the Pastel Society of America as a Signature Member in 2016. She has been featured numerous times in the International Artist, Pastel Journal and Australian Artist magazines.
In October 2019 Lyn was one of 5 international artists invited to speak and demonstrate in the China Pastel Network’s celebration of 100 years of pastel in China.
Venue: Grafton High School