Here are the session idea for the Wednesday in March, to hopefully give you inspiration, and details of a workshop to be held on the Saturday.
Don’t forget to try and add the colour Viva Magenta to your paintings this year.
Wednesday 8th – 7-9pm – Pablo Picasso
Fifty years have passed since Pablo Picasso’s death and his artwork is still hugely popular worldwide. During his long life of 91 years he painted in many styles, but is best remembered for his abstract paintings. His early works during his monochromatic Blue Period and the subsequent colourful Rose Period are less well known.
Draw or paint a picture inspired by Picasso, or study a particular artwork and paint it. Use any medium.
Here’s a website with lots of info… www.pablopicasso.org
Saturday 25th – 10am-3pm – Watercolour workshop with Sue Bradley
Sue Bradley returns to run a watercolour workshop, having painted flamenco dancers, Venetian masks, sunflowers and cornflowers with us before.
This time we’ll be painting seed heads and Sue will be providing the photos. You’ll need a decent weight watercolour paper as we’ll be using a lots of water, watercolour paints, probably some clingfilm, and Brusho pigments if you have them. Don’t worry if you don’t have any Brusho, Sue will be bringing some to show how to add the colours to a painting and you can borrow them.
Sue’s website is here… www.suebradleyart.co.uk
If you’d like a place on the workshop please first check you are free that day, then email Tracy asap at her usual email address. Please don’t use the comments box below as sometimes messages take days to get through!
Once Tracy has confirmed your place you can pay by bank transfer (preferred) or by cash on the day. There are 25 spaces so hopefully that’s enough for everyone who wants to come.
The cost of the workshop will be £10.
If you don’t want to attend the workshop you can still come along to the session as your subs have already paid for the hall rental. The workshop will take place at the big window end of the hall but we’ll also have tables at the kitchen end if you want to come and paint quietly while the workshop is on.