Workshops are held several times a year from 10:00am to 4:00pm on Saturdays at Old Heathcoat School Community Centre, King Street, Tiverton. These provide a great opportunity to spend the whole day painting and working with an experienced tutor.
All TAS members are welcome but booking is essential as places are limited.
Cost £25 for the day, payable when booking, Non refundable. Please bring your own materials, lunch and mug.
To book please email firstname.lastname@example.org
|10th March||James Tatum||Abstraction in Landscapes|
|19th May||Colin Brown||Graphic Street Scenes|
|22nd September||Lynda White||Pen-Wash-Ink|
|18th October||Double Elephant||Linocut Workshop|
Graphic Street Scenes – Colin Brown – 19th May 2018
Come along and create a street scene in acrylic.
In his workshops Colin will show how to draw perspective and apply colour in an easy fresh and fast way, concentrating on the importance of light and tone. He will also include mixing and the use of colour to achieve a realistic interpretation of any image or scene you would like to paint.
See Colin’s work here http://colinbrownpaintings.blogspot.co.uk/
What to bring:
One canvas of any size pre painted in an orange or any bright colour. On to which a drawn image of the street scene of their choice, that will be done before coming to the workshop.
The workshop is to show the next stage of painting in the pre drawn image. The ref image can be from a photograph of the student’s choice, not a photocopy please but will be ok if no photograph is available.
The paints are Heavy Bodied Acrylics. If not can use the cheaper student quality but these are no were near as good. Any colours that the students like to use to follow the ref image.
Acrylic Paint brushes to be as large as possible, with some smaller ones for finer detail.
That is all the basic materials required for painting the street scene.
Pen and Wash Plus – Using Indian Ink with Water with Lynda White – 22nd September
This workshop will involve activities using disposable waterproof drawing pens; mark making, drawing then adding watercolour, painting and adding pen work. Also included will be using soluble ink (Indian ink with dip pens and other tools, or Rotring Art Pens which use soluble ink) as a significant part of the day. The “plus” part of the workshop title refers to the exciting, less conventional ways of using Indian ink with watercolour when it spreads and granulates, creating exciting effects!
Lynda is a fully trained teacher and a professional artist, having graduated in 1979. She exhibits widely, runs teaching classes from her own studio in Axminster and runs workshops and demonstrations. She has had articles published in Leisure Painter and can work in any medium.