Drawn Outside – Week Four
Please note this workshop date has been pushed back a week from the 26/8 to the 2/9 due to current covid restrictions.
The fourth in a series of workshops in watercolour landscape painting focussing on paint washes and brush techniques
Spend time sitting, observing and representing our wonderful natural landscapes around Darwin.
These weekly workshops, guided by Ian Hance will cover a variety of topics including; material recommendations, tips for painting outdoors, visual composition, colour theory, mark making and different types of washes.
Each workshop will focus on a different theme and progressively build over the weeks. The program is somewhat flexible to respond to the particular interests of the group. Although bookings are week to week, we do recommend attending the entire series if possible.
Week 4: Washes and painting techniques
- Basic and Graded Washes
- Colour Harmonies
- Wet on Wet techniques
- Wet on Dry techniques
The sessions are designed as an introduction but all skill levels are welcome to participate.
Materials: All materials will be supplied as part of the workshop; however, attendees are free to bring their own equipment if they choose.
What to bring: Hat, sunscreen, water bottle, insect repellent, portable seat, camera.
Location for Week Three: Close to East Point Street Workout carpark, Alec Fong Lim Drive. Walk past the children’s playground to the shady trees. Look out for the DCA sign.
About the tutor: Ian Hance has worked in watercolour and exhibited widely since 1989. He has also given classes in community centres, art societies and university courses for more than 30 years.
Covid-19 Precautions: Please do not attend this class if you are feeling unwell with cold or flu symptoms. We will observe social distancing and have hand sanitiser available on the day.
This activity is part of the Intermingle program coordinated by Georgia Glen.