Monday 20th June, 2022.
Enjoy a one-day workshop to paint the beauty of flowers/still life, relying on flowers in bloom at the time of the workshop.
With a passion for painting flowers as a Realist impressionist, Antoinette hopes to impart some of the ways to depict the subject using wet into wet techniques.
Includes discussion on composition, light source, subject, pigments for first wash, choosing wet or dry for next steps. Learn about establishing the first foliage, brush stroke technique, clashing colours, shadows, using “darks” to bring out the light, connecting the whole picture, background, and more.
Antoinette hopes to impart these skills in a manner that encourages confidence, individuality and success in an environment that is tranquil and enjoyable.
Date: Monday 20th June, 2022
Location: EAS Studio, Emerald. Cnr Church & Anne Sts.
Time: 10.oo am — 3.30 pm
Cost: $60 members, $95 non-members
Level: Some watercolour experience required.
Bring: Watercolour paints, brushes and paper (Download Antoinette’s suggested material list here). BYO lunch. Tea and coffee provided.
Tutor: Antoinette Blyth is an artist, tutor, and art judge, residing in Melbourne, Australia. She holds a Bachelor of Education and Dip. T.
Drawn to the transparency and beauty of the many ways to paint with watercolour, she has more than twenty-five years experience imparting the skills of watercolour painting to adults.
Antoinette has work represented around Australia, and overseas, and has won many awards and commendations for her watercolour painting.
Workshop bookings: Contact Marg by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org