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Painting, Painting, Painting – First Painting Class of the new term


Painting, Painting, Painting

 

We need the rain – the grass by the studio is still bald in places…but the wonderful September evenings have been a joy.

As autumn sets in (slightly) thoughts turn to other things.  It is a time for trying something new, or returning to old pleasures. If you haven’t painted for ages, you are a bit uncertain, or you just want a fresh take on what to do next come and join this bi-weekly class.

For more information contact me Kate Measham

Old holland

Sept 27th, October 25th, November 8th, 22nd, December 6th

£60 for whole day (£275 for 5)

Ramshill, Easton Common Hill, East Winterslow

10am – 4.00 pm

This will be a relaxed day with a different theme to each class including mark making,  cloth, glass, reflective surfaces, shape and tone – normal stuff.  You can work in any media.

The guiding ethos will be about making your work exciting, and interesting.

It hope this will become a regular fixture on  alternate Thursdays.  They will be full day  sessions. There is a limited amount of space so there will be a max of 6 per class.

 

Beginners Oil Painting


This is a Saturday course designed for those of you who have never painted with oils, or are very rusty.

I will provide the materials – you can start to accumulate your own once you know what you like to use. Picture below is sweet shop made real…you will need considerably less to get started. To start with this set would be like learning to drive in an Aston Martin.

Old holland

You will start with looking at tone and becoming used to working with oils. It will be in a fun and supportive atmosphere, though possibly a bit messy.

The boring bits

10am – 1.00pm

Saturdays 20th and 27th October, and 3rd November, 2018

£150/3 sessions

Materials, tea and coffee included

If you want to know more about this course please contact me Kate Measham

Dates for Autumn Art Courses are being added to – have a look here at what we have so far Autumn Drawing and Painting Courses

Why didn’t I think of this?


Christmas is the time of year for nut crackers…but why not put them to use all year around? They are perfect for getting a grip on those hard-to-remove paint tops.

This was a excellent tip came from a student on the Thinking Aloud course earlier this year.


I love this cartoon sent to me by a student after the last class of the year. I think I am embracing the look rather too wholeheartedly.

Clearly, art classes not earrings on all lists for Father Christmas…

art cartoon