Date: Saturday 26th June 2021
Times: Start at 10-00 am, finish at 4-00 pm
Tutor: Malcolm Hague
No experience of working in oil paint necessary
Brief outline of programme:
You will learn how: to mix colours effectively, use mediums and additives to achieve a range of effects.
Working in the landscape to produce a number of studies and a final landscape painting.
The workshop will focus on technique/s, composition, tonal and spatial understanding.
Old clothes or apron to wear. You will need kitchen roll/s or old rags (the more the better).
Bring your own: sketch pad/paper and drawing materials (these are not essential)
Included : Canvas paper or board, oil Paints, oil brushes, mediums and pallets etc.
Lunch is not included, there is an excellent Tearoom on site, with a wide range of good quality food and drinks at very reasonable prices or bring a packed lunch. Tea/ coffee and biscuits, throughout the day.
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Malcolm Hague, is a practising artist, exhibits nationally and internationally. A former lecturer in fine art at Staffordshire University. Currently teaching painting and drawing at Shrewsbury School of Art