In this workshop we will explore the range of uses that the natural resource of charcoal can offer in producing landscapes work. There are many combinations of different types of charcoal and different papers that we will introduce you to in this workshop.
You will be taught how to render soft flowing skies, expressive textural work for land and sea as well as gaining the skills to tackle fine detail.
We will work from images and outdoors if the weather allows, so please bring along any images you would like to work from, although there will be plenty of source material provided.
Phil Reynolds who studied Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, graduating in 1997 and has since pursued a career as an artist. He has been exhibiting his work in contemporary galleries throughout the North of England as well as London and Bristol affordable art fairs. Phil's work explores the ground between abstraction and figuration where forms emerge from a fluid use of acrylic paint. His work is both instinctive and keenly observed bringing together raw marks with more mediated responses.
Charcoal Landscapes on Various Papers Workshop - When: Monday 13th May 2019
Tutor: Phil Reynolds - Time: 10am - 4pm - Cost: £50 - All materials and refreshments provided (just bring a packed lunch) - Suitable for all levels - Limited places available (more information coming soon)
To book a place or if you have any questions please contact Pennie - email: firstname.lastname@example.org office: 01904 651085 mobile: 07851 299140