Spring Workshop Programme 2020

13th January - Atmospheric Coastal Scenes in Acrylics
Acrylics are a versatile and forgiving medium that can be used to create a wide range of
expressive marks and textures. On this course, Paul will take you through his techniques
for capturing the effects of breaking surf, rugged headlands, rocks, boats and water.

2nd March - Estuaries and Creeks in Watercolour
The quiet, open expanses of estuaries and tidal creeks make wonderful subjects for the
watercolour painter, offering simple scenes with plenty of atmosphere. Paul will focus on
techniques for capturing the key elements of skies, distance, wet mud flats, puddles and boats.

31st March - Expressive Flowers in Watercolour
Flowers provide excellent subjects to practice for painting from observation. With advice on 
sketching and capturing light, form and proportion, Paul will demonstrate and encourage a
loose, free, expressive approach.