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Spring Classes

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April 5th, 19th, May 3rd, 17th, and 31st

Morning, or afternoon session

10.00 – 1.00 or 2.00 – 5.00

£135 for whole term.

This is an ongoing class that anyone can join, no matter how experienced an artist.  You will be looking at many different aspects of drawing from classic drawing exercises to experimental explorations. It is always exciting, and always challenging.


Painting, Painting, Painting


April 12th, 26th and May 10th and 24th

10.00 – 4.00

£220 for whole term

As with Drawing, Drawing Drawing this is an ongoing class that anyone can join, no matter how experienced. You will look at various different aspects of painting, mark making, colour theory etc.  Each week is a new challenge. It does not matter what media you wish to use.




Art on a Saturday Morning

Early Spring Classes

3, 10, 17 March and 7, 14, 21 April, 2018

10.00am – 1.00pm

£40/ morning, or £210/6 mornings

Many of you find during the week to be one thing too many.  This is a chance to learn about drawing and painting in a relaxed and supportive atmosphere.  There is a maximum of 6 people per class.

Each class will start with drawing exercises. There will be a Still Life or something else to work from each week.  You will look at mark making, line, tone, composition, colour and many other subjects. Charcoal and paper will be available here.  I will suggest other materials before each class.

If you are interested in joining this group, or you would like more information please contact me Kate Meashamimage


Oil Painting for Beginners on Saturdays

Oil Painting for Beginners II (Colour) on Saturday Mornings

17th and 24th February, 3rd March, 10 am – 1pm


At Ramshill, Easton Common Hill, East Winterslow

If you have done the Beginners Oil Painting class the question is what to do next. On this course you will start to look at colour.

Colour is a huge, limitless topic, but you will start by looking at three different approaches.

You will look at painting with a limited palette, from tone to colour, and alla prima. The idea is to show you that sometimes limitations are liberating, allowing you to explore different aspects of painting. You will see that you are the master of your painting and you can paint it any way you want…with a bit of practise.