November 21st and 28th, 9.30am – 4.30pm
Materials list provided before first session
If this was a recipe the dish would be a delicious slow cooked stew with layers of flavour and interest. Your ‘slow painting’ will have time to develop complexity too. You will build up a relationship with your picture that is quite different to a flashy 3 hour number.
This course will involve a Still Life set up that you will paint over four sessions, (two days).
Some pictures just take longer.
A picture of twelve hours is very different to one of three hours. Your engagement with it is different, the way you deal with the paint is different.
This is to encourage you to go for the longer game occasionally. Nobody wants to spend hours on a picture that they don’t like very much so you will look at planning and composition.
This is more of a Test match than a T20 (probably lost my audience there).