Absolute Beginners - Art Workshop
This popular Painting and Drawing workshop is a "hands on" art session with loads of practical advice and demonstrations by the tutor. You will come away with your first piece of art ... and maybe feeling a touch more youthful as well : )
- How to choose a subject and composition that will look great in a painting
- Do's and dont's on selecting and using paints, brushes and other materials.
- Plus lots of time for Q&A while you relax and enjoy yourself.
Studios Dates Times
Next Workshop Date
10am - 2pm
| Hornsby Hunter Street
2 April 2017
Overview of this Art Class
Everybody started to learn to draw and paint at an early age. But somewhere along the way most people lost the time to keep doing art - even though it was fun.
Isn't it time to do something for yourself again and rediscover the pleasure of creating something with a paintbrush?
This workshop is run by one our most popular tutors who has the gift of being able to help everyday people get into the groove of painting and drawing.
Full of practical advice on everything from how to paint and draw, choice and care of equipment and materials, and what to do next. You will go home with you new piece of art and the confidence and inspiration to create more.
General Workshop Information
WHAT TO BRING
If you have no materials at all then you might like to order an artist quality acrylic resource kit or oil painting resource kit when you enrol online.
The resource kit provides the basic materials you will need to participate in the workshop and is priced at a discount to retail outlets.
Also bring along a canvas to work with. Something about 30cm x 40cm is ideal - not too big and not too small.
You will need a plain old pencil and eraser to draw with.
If you already have some materials don't feel the need to rush out and buy additional brands or colours of yours don't match exactly. Your tutor will typically be able to work with what you have.
But if you have any questions feel free to call and ask.
LUNCH AND REFRESHMENTS
Tea and Coffee making facilities are available.
We suggest you bring a light lunch - something not too messy so that you can work while your draw or paint. Most workshops are fast paced and most tutors will "work" through lunch - but feel free to break for a bite to eat - we don't want you fainting!
DOs and DON'Ts
Relax and enjoy yourself.
Be encouraging of other people.
Don't be nervous.
Most people will be new at this. And you will find that there is something about doing art that makes people more friendly. If there are more experienced artists in the class you will find that they are more than willing to share what they know as well.
That is one of the great things about learning in a group environment.
Please turn your mobile phone to silent while the workshop is in progress.