I am very excited to be tutoring at the The Art Scene Mitchell Winter School | 2-8 July 2017.

Five whole days of painting, creating, tutoring and socialising.

I’ve attended Summer Art Schools before as a participant at Sturt and COFA and thoroughly enjoyed them.  I found them to be stimulating and fun. It was great creating art works alongside other like minded people for five days. Total art making immersion! Loved it! Bliss.

Now I can give guidance to others and help them to create their art works. 

The theme I’ll be presenting is Macro Floral Painting and other smaller art works as preparation.

 

This course suits adults and teenagers who are beginner, intermediate or advanced artists.

The address for the winter school is Charles Sturt University – Panorama Ave, Bathurst.

 

Following are some images form one day workshops I have held in the last year.

Contact Art Scene for more information and to register.

 

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               Jamberoo, NSW                                                   Bowral, NSW      

 

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We’ll explore mediums in graphite, charcoal and mixed media on paper before moving onto paintings on canvas.

Expect to paint two to three large canvases during our time together.

 

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We’ll explore flower images in a few mediums before we move onto canvas.

 

 

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The following images were created in six hour workshops. Imagine what you’ll be able to create in five days!

 

 

The glorious sunflower.

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The new kale leaf has gorgeous colour as seen here.

 

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Paint as large as you like.

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This poppy was painted by a woman who hadn’t made any art works since primary school.

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A dahlia detail.

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Irises, lilies and magnolias.

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A detail of the beautiful Australian gum nut.

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A dahlia in six hours!

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Artichoke flowers.

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A dramatic dahlia.

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A tropical hibiscus adds a touch of brightness.

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This is a first painting since school days. 

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The hydrangea.

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A delicate rose.

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Colourful pansy.

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This workshop suits young and beginner artists.

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The striking strelizia 

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Fuschia.

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Bowral, NSW                                           Canberra, ACT

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Click the link for more information about the Art Scene Mitchell School of Art in Bathurst from 2-8 July 2017.

A great way to spend five days this winter.

 

Cheers

Happy painting 

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