Judge and Guest Opener will be Alan Somerville. All welcome to the opening on Friday, 25 August 6-8pm
"Creating Depth in Watercolour" 3 Day Workshop
26th, 27th and 28th September 10am - 4pm - Cost $300
The workshop will expose the beginner to the stages of watercolour painting while allowing the more experienced artist, a chance to review and refine some of their own practices. Throughout the workshop, Rob will paint numerous demonstrations and discuss techniques and offer advice.
For more information and materials list contact Deb Morgan: 0437 507 235 or Chris Feher: 9955 5752. Book early for this fabulous opportunity.
Learn the skills of dry point etching using water based ink and resin plates. This two day workshop will also cover embossing and collage. Provide your own images or photos that can be adapted to a print. All print materials are supplied. Cost is $150 including morning and afternoon tea. Places are limited so phone 9955 5752 or email email@example.com for bookings.
This workshop will cover drawing, perspective, colour theory, tonal recession, composition, art materials and many other things designed to help you become a better artist. A separate painting will be completed each day. Absolute beginners to the more advanced painters welcome. Phone 9955 5752 for bookings and more information. Cost: $200
$20 per person including light refreshments. Join Ken, one of Australia's foremost landscape artists whilst he talks about his philosophy of plein air painting and the techniques he has developed to paint quickly outside.
Ken will also invite students and artists to bring along a smallish painting and he will offer positive steps to pull a "problem painting together" in terms of design, tone, colour and edges.
RSVP essential on 9955 5752 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A vibrant and diverse exhibition by four of our members. You are invited to join President, John Perkins at the opening on Friday, 11 August, 6-8pm. Saturday 12 and 19 August: chat with the artists from 1-3pm. Hiren Patel will be painting in the Grace Cossington Smith Gallery.