When: Saturday, August 29th 2020 - Sunday, August 30th 2020, Start Time: 10:00, End Time: 16:30
Where: The Stables Causeway, Cromarty IV11 8XS
- Part of:
- Visual Art Workshops
Due to popular demand, we are offering this two-day portrait course with tutor Anna Wimbledon for the third consecutive year. You will have the opportunity for intensive study under Anna's patient but expert eye, with the aim of producing a 'finished' painting of the portrait model over the two days. There will be demonstrations and guidance in technique, colour and form with plenty of one-to-one contact.
The materials list is below and this will also be emailed to participants prior to the course.
Covid-19 Update: The safety and well-being of our participants and tutors is of the greatest importance to us. On all our courses, we will implement appropriate social distancing and spacing, limitation of numbers attending, supplies of masks/visors, hand wash stations and sanitiser, individual tools where possible and scrupulous cleaning throughout. If you should feel unwell prior to the course, we would respectfully request that you stay at home and contact us as soon as possible. If you have any queries, please contact us prior to booking: email@example.com
£145 includes a delicious, home-made lunch at the Old Brewery each day; tea/coffee provided.
To book your place, request a booking form by email or tel 01381 600354
Artists quality Oils or Acrylics:
Bright Red or Cadmium Red (but not hues or light versions)
Plus any other colours you already have
Tear off palette or other
Surface: flat, smooth board like hardboard or ply or stiff smooth cardboard, approx 12x14 inches (not canvas board), primed with white non-absorbent primer or something like Johnstone’s silk emulsion. NB. There is an option to purchase your surface from Anna if you'd prefer to have this provided - just let us know so we can arrange for enough to be available.
Two jam jars with lids
Rags...old towels are best
A range of synthetic brushes - not splayed or out of shape
One small house-painting brush
If using oils: Linseed oil
Zest it or low odour alternative (no solvents)