Nature in Watercolour Workshop with artist Julia Borodina - When: Wednesday 6th December 2017 - Time: 10am - 3.00pm - Level: All - All materials & refreshments included (just bring a packed lunch) - Cost: £40 - Limited places available
This workshop will be based on painting from observation, creating a winter scene. A hands-on course for beginners to intermediate painters. You will explore how colours affect the temperature of a painting, how to paint snow with an impact and how to use colour for maximum benefit when creating winter birds compositions. You are welcome to bring some of your own objects, such as, branches of winter berries, pine tree branches, pine cones, images of birds and animals, snowy landscapes – anything (including images) that will inspire you to explore form, colour and pattern.
- You will produce short and long studies which you can use as Christmas presents;
- Focus will be on exploration of various painting approaches, such as, sketching with a brush, wet on wet, layering, grisaille, pointillism and watercolour and ink.
- You will be encouraged to observe and produce a personal response.
Tutor: Julia Borodina is a Russian-born fine artist, who has a passion for colour, loose painting technique and enjoys using impressionistic approaches within her work. Julia holds a BA in fine art from Omsk University, Russia and an MA in painting from the University of Wolverhampton. Julia has 10 years experience of designing and leading creative workshops specialising in watercolour, acrylic and oil painting. Julia's work has been exhibited at The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours annual exhibition and at The Royal Society of Birmingham artists. www.juliaborodina.co.uk
When: Wednesday 6th December 2018 - Time: 10am - 3pm - Cost: £40 - Level: all - All materials and refreshments provided (just bring a packed lunch).
A couple of places available. Please get in touch to book a place or if you have any questions. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org office: 01904 651085 mobile: 07851 299140