MAKING A FOCUS IN A PAINTING
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About the Event
Improve the design of your work with this day course as we explore how to make a focus in a landscape painting. We will look at techniques for working with a compositional beginning, considering aerial and linear perspective as well as using contrast and painting techniques to bring better attention to one part of your picture. I will discuss the methods that I use in my own paintings and share these with you in a demonstration. Afterwards I will offer help and assistance with your own paintings throughout the afternoon.
Please bring a packed lunch and reference material to work from (usually a few landscape photographs), pencils grade B and 6B, spare or scrap paper for design sketches, putty rubber, watercolour paints, watercolour paper, brushes, waterpot, palette, kitchen roll, masking tape, water spray. Complimentary tea and coffee is available throughout the day.
By making a booking you are acknowledging that you have read and agree to the following terms and conditions:
1. Your payment secures your place on the course. If you cancel or change your booking, all refunds and exchanges to other courses will be subject to a £20.00 administration charge. Bookings that are cancelled and exchange requests made within one month from the course date cannot be refunded or facilitated unless a replacement for your vacancy is found.
2. Only when your payment has been made can I fully guarantee your booking. Bookings made without payment will only be held for 7 days, after which I reserve the right to offer your reservation to other applicants.
3. Booking fees cover tuition only and do not include any art materials, meals or overnight accommodation unless otherwise stated. Details of the courses including suggested materials & equipment are clearly written on the website booking details.
4. All participants of the courses take part at their own discretion and are individually and wholly responsible for their own property and actions, either on or off the course premises, for the duration of each session.
5. Parking of participants vehicles is done so entirely at the owner's risk.
6. In the unlikely event of a course being cancelled, moved, or re-arranged you will be offered a full refund of your payment or an alternative course. The organiser will not be held responsible for any extra costs arising out of the cancellation of a course.
7. All led paintings and material supplied for class paintings are intended for learning only and for purposes of copyright, must not be sold or passed off as your own work.
- MAKING A FOCUS IN A PAINTING£48£480£0