T2 Coastlines in Acrylics
Beginner to Intermediate Level - with Fiona Buchanan
- Starts May 6Starts May 6
- 280 Australian dollarsA$280
- Playcentre room
Working with Acrylics, we will be painting coastlines on canvas, using layering as a technique to build up the work so that it has a richness of colour and a feeling of movement. Your Tutor: Fiona Buchanan I am a visual artist and teacher I work in a variety of media and teach in several different media as well. I trained as a large scale scenic artist in Perth and worked for many years here and in Melbourne as a mural and large scale painter. I love Western Australia and often travel in the Southwest of WA, a totally beautiful part of the world to gather reference material for my work. I am inspired to paint the ocean because of the sense of belonging to the Earth that it inspires. I love to paint portraits and to try to represent the emotion of the moment. I work in both pastel and paint. I work in three main areas: Still life, portraiture and seascapes. Each of these areas is a challenge and I love them all. What to bring: Canvas 16 x 24” Reference images: In the first class we will all work from the same image Bring along your own images as well to be used in your next project. Acrylic paints • Titanium White • Pthalo Blue • Cobalt Teal or Cobalt Turquoise • Naples Yellow • Turquoise or Saphire or Pthalo Green • Alizaron Crimson or magenta (cool red) • Raw Sienna • Burnt Sienna • Ultramarine Blue • Clear Painting Medium (Jo Sonjas Clear Glaze Medium) Brushes in taklon or polyester (not bristle) • Flat brush 2cm wide • Flat brush 1cm wide • Assorted other brushes for details • Large soft brush for blending (this can be a 3cm wide flat bristle brush as these are cheap. Willow charcoal or pastel pencils for drawing up Coloured pencils in dark green and blues if you have them Kneadable eraser Water container Palette: Old plates are good. Avoid any throw aways. Rag and Paper towel.
Terms and Conditions
A 20% administration fee applies to cancellations made before the beginning of term. No refund will be given once the term has started. Classes are not held on public holidays. Course start and finishing dates may vary due to public holidays and availability of the course tutor. A full refund will only be given if a course is canceled by the Tresillian Arts Centre. A refund will only be given if you have a medical certificate for the dates you have missed. No pro-rata payments are available for term courses or if classes are unattended by the student.