Saturday 25 November 10am-3pm
Jervis Bay Maritime Museum Studio, Huskisson
Join Anne Fry as she shares her techniques to take your watercolour to the next level.
Anne is a watercolour artist. Her aim in creating a work of art is to capture something of the beauty, light and mood of the natural world. Her work is not so much a photorealistic representation but an interpretation or impression that is semi-realistic and expressive. She loves the Australian bush, its trees, plants and waterways. Students are encouraged to develop confidence in finding their own artistic expression. We will use a variety of watercolour techniques such as wet in wet, dry brush stroking, applying masking fluid while also learning some compositional principles. We will create a beautiful landscape in the process.
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Immerse yourself in the beautiful Shoalhaven landscape and create amazing landscape artworks. All skill levels welcome. Bring your own art supplies and thermos.
Contact: Mark Rayment 0412 228 854
The Group meet on the last Wednesday of each month in various outdoor locations in and around beautiful Jervis Bay, usually at 9:30am. Locations range from towns north of Nowra to villages south of Jervis Bay.
It's free, and no commitment is required. All welcome.
Please contact Julie Carter (0413 482 710) or
Debra Quartararo (0439 396 061)
for more information.
Col: "It was an absolute pleasure to do an art workshop for such a keen and happy group.
The venue is a superb location to hold such days and hopefully we can hold many more in the future.
In addition to that, the effort the participants put in was sensational and their work is a testament to that."
From Denise: " Thank you so much for an informative, enjoyable workshop with Col. We loved working with the charcoal to free our drawing hands up. Some of us were new to pastels but Col made us feel comfortable and assisted us well. We were mesmerised by how beautiful his work is and his loose technique. Everyone in the group got on well and had an excellent weekend."
... and this is reflected below in the stunning artworks and beaming smiles ...
Keith Dewell's 'Elements of Drawing' workshop has concluded following a fine weekend of pencil craft over the first weekend in June.
Participants learnt how a systematic approach to drawing shapes is the basis of good drawing skills that will last your lifetime. Keith took his keen students through a path of simplifying shapes, working from big to small shapes, and passed on knowledge of how to incorporate corrections if something isn't quite right.
The workshop covered both still life as well as portraiture, as witnessed by the photos below.
"I had the great pleasure of conducting an oil painting workshop over the weekend of February 11th and 12th. The study piece was a medium size composition covering many facets of a typical seascape scene. I feel that the participants enjoyed the weekend and gained useful knowledge, insight and skills required to produce competent artworks of their own. I was pleased to see the results of their efforts and it became obvious that the students had absorbed much of the information that was constantly being divulged throughout the weekend. The class consisted of people with a wide range of experience, from beginners to those familiar with working with oil paints. We explored a few different techniques and even created our skies using our own imaginations, to avoid becoming slaves to the reference photo. Overall, it was a most enjoyable weekend with lovely people. A special thank you to Roslyn and Andrew Wilson for sharing their beautiful property and studio."
The photos below provide a glimpse of how successful and enjoyable the workshop was. The Art Society looks forward to Martin's next workshop, but we will let him have a breather first ...
Participants loved this workshop creating beautiful artworks featuring birds in nature. November 2022.
Well known local artist, Phil Miles, shared his wisdom of painting water using oil paint
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