Exploring Abstraction Workshop
At the WAR WIDOWS GUILD, 15 PLANTATION STREET, MENORA
Thursday 11th July and Friday 12th July 2019
10.00 am – 4.00 pm both days.
Here is your chance to explore the beautiful Watercolour medium in a non-representative style.
We will discuss the difference between an Abstract painting and a semi Abstract painting. You will be encouraged to apply a loose approach to your painting. We will achieve this with big, bold brush strokes and a limited palette.
We will experiment with Watercolour pens, wax crayons, inks and so much more. We are here to have some fun while discovering new and different methods to apply to our Art practice. Let us leave behind that fear of splashing paint around and the fear of a blank, white piece of paper.
I am loving pushing the boundaries with Watercolour painting and can’t wait to share my different ideas and techniques.
$120 for the 2 day workshop for WSWA Members
$150 for non-members
Please contact me to book – your place will only be secure once you have paid.
Bank details for the Watercolour Society of WA are as follows:
As the reference please put your SURNAME WSB (ie SmithWSB)
and let me know when payment has been made so I can add your name to the list.
Phone: 0409 647 033 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tea and Coffee will be supplied. Please bring your own lunch.
Good quality Watercolour paper. I have been painting on the back of old paintings which is quite OK.
Your usual Watercolour paints, brushes and equipment. Wax crayons, Watercolour inks, masking fluid, masking tape, Inktense pencils.
Please do not stress about buying new products but bring along anything that we could give a test run!