Mixed Media Portrait Workshop

The Mixed Media Portrait Workshop is usually held on weekends.  The workshop is suitable for beginner or experienced artists.  We use a combination of materials to create a portrait.  

People travel to Bowral for this workshop from Canberra, Sydney and other towns.  

Sometimes they’ll meet up with friends and family members to participate in the course together.

This is a great way to spend a creative day with family and friends.

 

 

Mixed Media Portrait Workshop in Leeton.

23 July 2017

Driving north west of Wagga Wagga on my way to Leeton I was impressed to see the town of Narrandra, on the Murrumbidgee River, with it abundance of beautiful trees, both native and introduced species. 

The approach to the town of Leeton in the MIA area was wonderful.  Its the home of Sunrice.  There were many orange and mandarin groves as well as vineyards, walnut plantations, crops of canola, wheat, barley, oats and may more paddocks of produce.

Henry Lawson lived in Leeton and Walter Burley Griffen’s first construction in Australia was a massive water tower in the town.

On Sunday members of the Leeton Art Society  joined me for the Mixed Media Portrait workshop. As always some were beginner artists. 

Its always interesting exploring media.

Here are some images from the day.