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Flowers in Watercolour

Painting flowers with Heidi Willis

Through extensive demonstrations, step by step tuition and guided hands-on learning, this workshop will explore painting realistic flowers in transparent watercolour and botanical style. With a focus on a selection from the beautiful Waratah, Rose and/or Eucalyptus as our subjects.

This is a challenging art form, but for anyone familiar with my workshops, you’ll know that I have very practical, no-nonsense approach to my work and teaching, and I don’t tend to get bogged down in theory in my classes.

Through extensive demonstrations, step-by-step tuition, and guided learning we will work to demystify and simplify the process and create valuable strategies to achieve successful outcomes.

Australian born, Heidi Willis is an entirely self-taught natural history watercolour artist. Her work illustrates our native and exotic plants, fruits and seed capsules.

While her powerful, distinctive portraits of Australia’s unique and spectacular birdlife offer viewers an insight into the world as she experiences it. 

Painting full-time since 2003, Heidi quickly established herself as one of Australia’s leading emerging artistic talents and her international reputation as an exceptional natural history, wildlife artist, and a botanical artist is well established.

Her works can be found in significant public and private collections around the world and often sold before completion. In 2004, Heidi had 20 works selected for her first Botanica exhibition in the Sydney Botanic Gardens.

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Flowers in Watercolour Workshop with Heidi Willis

Through extensive demonstrations, step by step tuition and guided hands-on learning, this workshop will explore painting realistic flowers in transparent watercolour and botanical style, with a focus on a selection from the beautiful Waratah, Rose and/or Eucalyptus as our subjects.

My workshops always have a strong focus on the watercolour medium in general, because when we understand the medium, we can apply these skills to any subject you choose. We will explore washes, glazes and dry brushing to help your work progress and to find the best way forward for you as an individual artist.

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Heidi Willis Art Workshop

Australian born, Heidi Willis is an entirely self-taught natural history watercolour artist. Her work illustrates our native and exotic plants, fruits and seed capsules, whilst her powerful, distinctive portraits of Australia’s unique and spectacular birdlife offer viewers an insight into the world as she experiences it. Painting full-time since 2003, Heidi quickly established herself as one of Australia’s leading emerging artistic talents and her international reputation as an exceptional natural history, wildlife artist, and a botanical artist is well established.

 

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Heidi Willis Art Workshop

Australian born, Heidi Willis is an entirely self-taught natural history watercolour artist. Her work illustrates our native and exotic plants, fruits and seed capsules, whilst her powerful, distinctive portraits of Australia’s unique and spectacular bird life offer viewers an insight into the world as she experiences it. Painting full-time since 2003, Heidi quickly established herself as one of Australia’s leading emerging artistic talents and her international reputation as an exceptional natural history, wildlife artist and botanical artist is well established.

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2018 brochure now online.

The 2018 downloadable brochure is now available so that you can have all the workshop information available even while offline.

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Heidi Willis Botanical Art

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.

2018 Tutors’ galleries are now online.

Browse through the works created by our 2018 Tutors online now.

The workshop information will be added soon.

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Only a handful of places remaining

With 13 days to go until the fun starts we have only a few vacancies available in three workshops. Come and join the fun, don’t miss out.

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We are getting down to the wire and there are only a few places left.

CREATIVE VIBRANT WATERCOLOURS-Jacky Pearson, New Zealand Watercolourist, ONLY 1 VACANCY AVAILABLE.

PAINTING OPEN FLOWERS IN WATERCOLOUR-Heidi WillisTWO VACANCIES AVAILABLE.

CREATING WITH ACRYLICS-Chris PostleONLY ONE VACANCY AVAILABLE.

“THE PASSAGE OF LIGHT IN PASTEL”-Grace Paleg AGRAF, ONLY TWO VACANCIES AVAILABLE.

BOTANICAL: EUCALYTPUS AND/OR BANKSIA. Rita Parkinson. Due to unforeseen circumstances Margaret Muffet who was tutoring the Botanical Art workshop, is unable to honour her commitment to teach in April 2017. Fay is honoured and delighted at short notice to announce that Rita Parkinson has agreed to  replace Margaret and conduct the Botanical Art workshop.

Wildlife in Pencil, Graphite, Colour Pencil & Watercolour Pencil-Janet Matthews Dip and Grad Dip Vis Arts, WASF, AGRAF. ONLY THREE VACANCIES AVAILABLE.

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Only 30 days until workshops begin.

We are getting closer to the main event.

There are still some places available in a few workshops so hurry if you don’t want to miss out.

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Only 40 days until the workshops begin.

We are getting closer to the main event.

There are still some places available in a few workshops so hurry if you don’t want to miss out.

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2018 Workshops & Tutors Announced

We are pleased to announce a list of Tutors and their mediums for 2018.

You can book a place in these popular workshops now to avoid disappointment.

2018 Tutors

Painting Open Flowers In Watercolour with Heidi Willis

has only two places remaining.

This intensive workshop will have its usual emphasis on improving your over all watercolour techniques: but the focus this time will be exploring the gorgeous topic of painting flowers in full bloom… and I couldn’t be more excited about it! Working with standard watercolour techniques of washes, the more complex process of glazing (or layers of wash) and the intricate art of dry brushing, this wonderful subject offers an ideal opportunity to look intimately at colour, form, texture, light, tone, structure and techniques so specific to botanical illustration.

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