Watercolours - Improvers

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Course codeN25E

You will learn new skills, develop existing ones and work with a range of subject matter to explore your own style. This course will be delivered at Stoke Lodge but will move online if necessary using ZOOM and WhatsApp

When and where

Dates

From 08 Jun 2021 to 13 Jul 2021
Tue 09:30-12:30

6 weeks

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08 Jun 2021

09:30 to 12:30

15 Jun 2021

09:30 to 12:30

22 Jun 2021

09:30 to 12:30

29 Jun 2021

09:30 to 12:30

06 Jul 2021

09:30 to 12:30

13 Jul 2021

09:30 to 12:30


with Roma Widger

Cost

Fees and concessions information

The full (undiscounted) fee for this course is £127 , the concession rate is £77. Please note that concession rates are subject to proof of eligibility. For more details click here to see our fees policy.

Description

Led by an experienced tutor you will have the opportunity to continue to learn, apply and extend your watercolour skills and techniques to create vibrant and colourful paintings.
Develop your watercolour painting style and learn techniques that enable your watercolour skills to progress with a range of interesting projects.
This course will be delivered at Stoke Lodge but will move online if necessary using ZOOM and WhatsApp

What can students expect?

This course is based on enjoyment as well as learning; projects are arranged to allow you to have fun and develop your Watercolour Painting as an individual. The course will cover:
• Skills in developing themes i.e. still life, natural forms, landscape, perspective, figures and portrait, animals, contemporary themes, and the built environment.
• Knowledge of composition, colour, ambience and creative methods.
• Related knowledge of watercolour painting theory.
• Various painting skills involving many creative techniques.
This course will be delivered at Stoke Lodge but will move online if necessary using ZOOM and WhatsApp

Late starters allowed?

Yes

Previous experience required?

Not necessarily – but ‘Improvers’ suggests students have some previous knowledge. This might be an interest from some time ago – a school subject briefly studied; dabbling a bit now and then; belonging to an untutored group that paints for fun; following watercolour painting on a media website or blog, or taking one of the many art based magazines. If you are considering this course it is probably the one you need.

What is the progression route?

Future watercolour courses or other art courses

Are there any extra costs?

Materials depending on students’ personal choice of paint, surface, and outcome. (i.e. expensive pigments, quality of paper, framing or portfolio for storage etc).

Are there any set books?

No

Work set between sessions?

No

What should students bring?

For the 1st session, please bring:
All painting equipment and materials as shown below. Might be best to talk to tutor about this on session one before investment is made.
• Carrying case or bag
• Paintbrushes
• Paints
• Paper
• Masking tape
• An apron or old shirt to protect your clothes
• Paper clips or bulldog clips

Teaching method/style?

Demonstration, individual and group tuition and practical work. The tutor suggests projects and brings supporting materials, but students are encouraged to contribute their own ideas and to supply visual research of their own. (i.e. if the subject is ‘The Drama of the Sea’; individuals might like to use photo material from their own holiday in Cornwall rather than that supplied by the tutor.)

Equipment Required

All painting equipment and materials as shown below. Might be best to talk to tutor about this on session one before investment is made.
• Carrying case or bag
• Paintbrushes
• Paints
• Paper
• Masking tape
• An apron or old shirt to protect your clothes
• Paper clips or bulldog clips

Stable internet connection, a tablet or PC and ability to use Zoom and WhatsApp.