Would you love to explore colour, gesture and painterly mark-making?
In this workshop you will learn how to express the beauty of ‘the great outdoors’, skies, moorlands, flora and fauna using acrylic paint on canvas. Liberate the inner artist within you in this one day painting workshop.
A looseness of style, vitality and gestural marks are the hallmarks of Sara’s paintings. During the day, she will guide you through tried and trusted techniques for letting go and creating paintings which capture and express the mood of ‘the great outdoors’ using a rich colour palette.
There will be a lunch break in the middle of the day with time to go out to a nearby cafe.
The ticket price includes a basic painting kit with the following items:
– A primed canvas
– Acrylic paints
– Acrylic brushes – various sizes including some larger flat brushes
– An old plate for mixing colours
– A3 drawing paper, charcoal
Please bring along your own apron to wear and any other materials of your own you would like to use.
*There are only 10 places available on this programme so don’t miss out!
Sara Dudman RWA is a painter, drawer and art educator. She studied Fine Art at Loughborough College of Art and Design and gained her Masters at De Montfort University. She exhibits extensively including the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, The National Open Art Prize and The Jerwood Drawing Prize as well as regularly exhibiting in New York, London, Cornwall and Hamburg. She was elected an RWA academician in 2016. Her rich career includes teaching, lecturing and advising on art in universities, schools, museums, galleries and The National Trust.
A deep curiosity about relationships and places underpins her creative practice and is fuelled by regular residential research trips throughout the British Isles and beyond. She lives and works in Somerset.
13 March 2019 10:30AM