Again I’m planning to run the same workshop for consecutive weeks to allow folk to work a bit longer on their artworks and to give the chance to catch up to those that can’t make it every week.
January 10 -Tutoring – bring any projects that you’d like help with and Angus will do his best to help you. Will also be deciding on the workshops for the end of term. (pick from the list at the bottom of the page)
January 17 -Snow Day! sorry folks no class tonight.
January 24- Committee meeting.
Bring your favourite media! We will all work from the same source image and marvel at the range of different works produced by our diverse and talented group. Also printmaking techniques will be supported for those with less confidence drawing and painting. (drypoint etching using styrene sheet)
January 31 -Continuing from last week (giving folk the chance to sneakily work on their pictures at home) We will all work from the same source and share the results at the end of the lesson. No pressure! Sharing is optional.
February 7 – Introduction to pastels. Angus will show you a range of techniques to use with this popular media. bring them if you’ve got them but don’t worry if not as the group has some you can try out.
February 14 – Introduction to pastels. Angus will show you a range of techniques to use with this popular media. bring them if you’ve got them but don’t worry if not as the group has some you can try out.
February 21 – Tutoring – bring any projects that you’d like help with and Angus will do his best to help you.
February 28 -Coloured pencil on black paper drawings
March 7 -Coloured pencil on black paper drawings. (& committee meeting)
March 14 – Sam will teach us the fantastic effects you can achieve using alcohol inks on ceramic tiles. Angus will be available for tutoring if you’d like.
March 21 – landscape painting with Angus
March 28 – Poster paint and coloured pencils available. Last lesson this term…..bring snacks
Coloured pencil drawing (portraits)
Big group painting
Printing with feathers
Coloured pencil on black paper drawings
Acrylic landscape painting with Angus (Bob Ross style)