T4 Watercolour - Big Brush Painting (PM)
Landscapes / Country Buildings All levels welcome - with Sue Hibbert
- Started 17 OctStarted 17 Oct
- 260 Australian dollars$260
- Playcentre room
Explore the many brush marks and watercolour techniques for painting the Australian Landscape. We will cover how to simplify your paintings to capture the essence of your subject and adding atmosphere using glazing techniques. About the Tutor The Australian Landscape has always been a source of inspiration for my paintings. Having experimented with other mediums, I have specialised in watercolour painting and feel challenged by its beautiful effects and possibilities. As well as exhibiting my work, I enjoy teaching and sharing my knowledge. What you need to bring PAINTS – Artist’s quality tubes BEGINNER’S TUBES 1. Ultramarine Blue (series 1) 2. Alizarin Crimson (series 1) 3. Lemon Yellow (series 1) 4. Yellow Ochre (series 1) 5. Burnt Sienna (series 1) 6. Cobalt Blue (series 4) Lunar Black (Daniel Smith) Shadow Violet or Luna Violet (daniel Smith granulating pigments) ADDITIONAL TUBES 1. Cerulean Blue (series 4) 2. Vermilion (series 4) 3. Quinacridone Gold (series 3) 4. Cobalt Turquoise (series 4) 5. Burnt Umber (series 1) 6. Neutral Tint (series 1) 7. Sepia Designer Gouache Permanent White Granulation medium (windsor & newton) ; Waterproof Ink, Black or Sepia PAPER – 300gsm or 180gsm watercolour sheet (cut into quarters) Arches or Bockingford (med texture surface or rough) BRUSHES - Soft Watercolour Brushes 1 Fan Brush 1 Rigger size 2 or 4 Hake 1” Round No 8, 12 Old pastry brush PALETTE – With enough places for individual colours and mixing (lid preferred) PENCILS – 2B or 3B and a soft eraser OTHER – Water jar, tissues and an old towel to place on the table.
Terms and Conditions
A 20% administration fee applies to cancellations made before the beginning of the term. No refund will be given once the term has started. Participants in the term courses must be 18+ unless attending the After School or School Holiday workshops. Classes are not held on public holidays. Course start and finishing dates may vary due to public holidays and the availability of the course tutor. A full refund will only be given if a course is cancelled 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.