Abstracting the Landscape – 4 Week ONLINE WORKSHOP
Abstracting the Landscape
4 Week Online Painting Workshop
Going Live Sunday 7th November (and every Sunday in November!)
Please note: Places are limited and sold on a first come, first served basis.
This workshop teaches participants how to abstract elements of the landscape and create their own painterly response. Through a series of fun and stimulating exercises, you will learn how to approach painting in a fresh and creative manner while tapping into and developing your own intuitive painting style.
What is included:
- 4 x Weekly LIVE Online Painting Workshops with demos. 11am – 1pm each Sunday.
- Exclusive ‘Behind the Scenes’ weekly footage of my own process.
- An extensive video library of recorded support classes such as photo-transfer technique, collage, glazing and texture.
- A private, supported Learning Hub group where participants can share work and questions.
- Comprehensive Follow-On notes every week
- Reading and resource list of books, audio and video learning materials.
- Downloadable Cheat-Sheets with top tips on how to start, edit and complete your own paintings
- Weekly slide show on specific areas of Art, Artists & their techniques and sphere of influence.
- Access to recorded (and downloadable) class replays: you can listen whenever, wherever and study at your own pace.
- Life-time access to all learning resources
Who is it for:
Open to absolute beginners and those with a little or a lot of painting experience (in any medium!). The only thing you really need for this class is an open mind and a willingness to have fun while painting. If you’ve fallen off the creative wagon. I’ll help you get back on track.
Remember – You are not too old, it’s not too late and you’re not too fat!
Please note: A key aim of this workshop is to help painters to loosen their painting style. If you want to create a photo-realist likeness, dear reader – lovingly – this is not the workshop for you.
Nerd Note: In this workshop we work in layers, so we use acrylic paints to speed-up drying time. We also use glaze layers to mimic the quality of oils. This technique has been known to convert / blow the minds of committed oil painters!! If this sounds like gobbledegook to you, don’t worry yer grand!
Abstracting the Landscape starts 7th November 2021