2020 Oil Painting Demonstrations/Workshops
In my studio, set in a wild garden in the Lincolnshire countryside, these one day workshops are an introduction to working with Oils and Cold Wax Medium.
Students will learn and experiment on Arches oil paper creating some small paintings to take home. Working with oils, oil pastels and other mark-making tools, this workshop is suitable for beginners as well as experienced artists.
It is designed to be a fun day...relaxed and friendly.
Lunchtime may be inside or out in the wild garden.
There are plenty of picnic areas, seats and mown grass tracks in the paddocks.
Waterproof footwear is handy.
2020 MAY TO OCTOBER
1st THURSDAY & 1st SATURDAY EACH MONTH
Four places, working on tables will be available on each day....from 10am to 3pm.
FEE £ 50 PER PERSON
This includes your painting materials and equipment...
tea/coffee/cake/biscuits are provided.
WHAT TO BRING:
A packed lunch.
(Cups/utensils/plates and a fridge are in the studio).
I recommend wearing an apron or some painting clothes.
A tray or similar is useful to safely transport your wet oil painting home.
10am Refreshments and introduction
10.30 - 12 Demonstration and painting time
12 - 1pm Lunch
1pm - 2.30 Painting and experimenting
2.30 - 3pm Refreshments and preparing your work for transporting home.
Contact Anne Wood if you need more information...
Provisional bookings can be taken now - the full fee is payable one month before the chosen date.
(PayPal, bank transfer or cheque payable to Mrs A.Larder)
Refunds can be given if the booking is cancelled by you but must be no later than 2 weeks before the date to allow time for another person booking.
A full refund is given if the workshop is cancelled by me due to unforeseen circumstances.
Wild at Heart Studio
WHEELCHAIR ACCESS to buildings with assistance.
The wild garden is also accessible with a wheelchair with care in dry weather.
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Next week there is an exhibition featuring art by
members of the Nadin Group.
Here is the invitation to the Opening.
My painting was chosen for the flyer.