This workshop is fullTutor: Australian artist Chan Dissanayake
This workshop will focus on how to capture mood and atmospheric effects of
a subject such as mist and rain. We will start with simple subjects and progress
to challenging techniques such as wet-into-wet. If you enjoy the challenge of
producing loose and bold watercolours, this is for you. Chan is a leading artist
from Canberra, known for his generosity in sharing his insights into watercolour
This workshop is fullTutor: Jacky Pearson
Jacky Pearson tutors at venues across New Zealand and overseas. She has
an excellent reputation as a teacher. This workshop provides step by step
demonstrations with plenty of individual attention. Handouts and reference
material are provided as well as 3-D teaching models. A range of topics will be
covered, including colour mixing, composition, tonal effects, brush handling,
drawing, and perspective.
PERSPECTIVE to improve spatial depth in your landscape paintingTutor: Charlotte Hird
In this two day workshop Charlotte will gently guide you through one point, two point and three point perspective. We will demystify the process and strengthen your landscape paintings by adding spatial depth.
The workshop will appeal to artists working in any medium who are keen to improve their understanding of perspective. Recently Charlotte has been teaching architectural drawing to students at Wuhan University, China.
Handouts will be provided. Tutor will use camera and projector to demonstrate.
Materials: 110 gsm - 200gsm A3 paper pad,
pencils: H, 2B, 6B, sharpener, eraser, brush
for dusting rubbings off, fine marker pens,
30cm ruler, watercolours and brushes to
colour your drawings.
Bring your lunch. Tea and coffee will be
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