Art workshops for absolute beginners to painting and drawing.
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This post is to introduce my new Colour, Collage and Texture Workshop which i am excited to be running next year. This workshop is all about painting abstractly and using colour, collage and texture in the work to create impact. It is a follow on session to my introductory session into Abstract Painting. For peopleContinue reading “Colour, Collage and Texture Workshop”
Some of you might remember that earlier this year I signed up for the 100 Day Project. I was intending to write about the experience and interestingly it’s taken me a while to get around to it. Some of the delay is due to being busy over the summer, but I also think that itContinue reading “100 Days of Learning”
I love books and I’ve quite a few art books on my shelves. Some are almost encyclopaedias of techniques with different media. Others more inspirational – examples of other artist’s work I use when I want to think about new ways of developing my own style of painting. My collection reflects my development as anContinue reading “Art Books”
Last night I fell in and out of love. With a painting. Creativity You may remember that I have recently completed a 12 week online art development programme (CVP) with Nicholas Wilton, from Art2Life. One of his phrases about painting, and one that has stayed with me is “Don’t fall in love too early” WhatContinue reading “Falling in love?”
First Steps in Art is a one day art workshop for absolute beginners to art. Firstly after all the snow we had been having we were lucky with the weather. No snow and everyone had a relatively easy journey. Six people assembled on a Friday in Buxton to take their first steps into learning aboutContinue reading “First Steps Art Workshop: How did it go?”