Herman Pekel Workshops – Mon 23, Tues 24 & Wed 25 March 2020

Herman Pekel Workshops – Mon 23, Tues 24 & Wed 25 March 2020

THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL. CONTACT THE ORGANISER IF YOU WISH TO BE PLACED ON A WAITING LIST.

Herman Pekel will be holding three full day workshops at the International Watercolour Exhibition Fremantle 2020

Dates:         
Monday 23rd March
Tuesday 24th March
Wednesday 25th March

Time:           1000 – 1600hrs

Place:           The Moores Building, Henry Street, Fremantle – where the exhibition is being held. 

Cost:            $100 AU per day

To book your place contact Cass Gartner cgartner@iinet.net.au
Payment will secure your place and can be made by bank transfer to:

The Watercolour Society of WA
Commonwealth Bank of Australia, 59 Angelo Street, South Perth 6151 WA
BIC/SWIFT code: CTBA
IBAN: 06619210254673
BSB: 066192
A/C No: 10254673

Please use your surname and HPW as reference eg SmithHPW

Please inform Cass of your payment

Herman Pekel was born to Dutch parents in Melbourne, Victoria in 1956. Herman is an artist of energy and enthusiasm. He is able to see a painting in almost any subject matter and is capable of producing award winning work in watercolour, gouache or oil.

Environmental issues are a great concern to Herman and his love of the landscape reflects that in almost everything he paints. He produces paintings of strong design and powerful impact – every brushstroke vibrant and visible. The scope of Herman’s work has ranged from dynamic industrial scenery to soft, draped interiors and broad Australian landscapes, which indicates the creatively fearless nature of this unique artist.

In 1994 the National Taiwan Art Institute asked Herman to participate in a book and travelling exhibition with selected artists from Australia, USA and Taiwan.

Herman exhibits his work regularly in the USA.

His works are featured in the books “Australian Impressionist and Realist Artists” which features Australian Artists and was compiled by Tom Roberts, “120 Years of Watercolourists”, by the Australian Realist Artists, “Artists and Galleries of Australia and New Zealand” by Max Germaine and “Profile on Contemporary Watercolours”.

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