During the day, you will investigate the technique admired by a number of artists, such as John Piper, Ptolemy Dean and many other illustrators and designers. You will learn through exploratory investigation, play, and the introduction of specific techniques, using shapes, colours, lines and textures you will develop work ranging from decorative and abstract to representational and realistic, creating a number of outcomes. Teaching is informal and encouraging.
You will work from observation using your own photos, alternatively imagery will be provided as a starting point. A hands on experience of this easy accessible allowing experimenting with colour, line and composition.
This workshop will suit a beginner as well as an experienced practitioner as it will explore and widen the boarders of watercolour painting.
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 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 the water colours annual exhibition and at The Royal Society of Birmingham Artists. www.juliaborodina.co.uk
When: Thursday 12th July 2018 - Time: 10am - 3.00pm - Level: All - All materials & refreshments included (just bring a packed lunch) - Cost: £40 - Limited places available
Limited 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