Working in the watercolour medium, as challenging as it is, presents excitement, creative possibilities, and frustration, all in one go. It is not without the need for perseverance and persistence, but with this, plus a desire to achieve, you will succeed!!

The aim of classes is to pass on the skills needed to proceed, to encourage individuality, creativity, and to enjoy the process!

THE TEACHER: Antoinette Blyth is an artist and tutor residing in Melbourne, Australia. Trained in the art of oil painting, she moved on to Watercolour and has been painting in this medium for over 30 years. As well as judging Exhibitions, she continues to teach to pass on her knowledge to others. She was a past Vice President of AGRA, the Australian Guild of Realist Artists, is a member of AGRA still and the Victorian Artists Society, Watercolour Society of Victoria, Whitehorse Arts Association, and member and past President of Sherbrooke Art Society.

Over the years, Antoinette has won numerous awards for her watercolours and her work is found in private collections around Australia, New Zealand & Europe.

“As an artist and teacher, I feel privileged to be able to impart skills of painting to others in a manner that encourages confidence, individuality and determination to succeed. To watch the development and passion of a painter grow, is exciting and rewarding. The connection over the years with “lovers of Watercolour” has been a means of exchanging thoughts, encouragement, and learning. In overview I am happy that I foster the heritage and appreciation of art passed on from my parents. I hope to continue the journey!”

WHEN: 1st term classes : Tuesdays 1.00 to 3.30pm

LOCATION: EAS Studio, Cnr Church & Anne Sts

COST: Payments can be made in advance. $120 or $30 per class. Non members are required to pay $160 or $40 per class. Cash is acceptable but correct money is required as no change may be available on the day.

BRING:  A requirements list will be made available once booking is received.


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