There are three workshops a month to choose from which are based in Essex, Bedfordshire and East Sussex. See below the venues, dates and themes for each workshop.
Please email email@example.com or call 01702 329408, mob 07958 486634 for availability or to book a slot, the workshops are £35 per session, £10 of which is required as a non refundable deposit for each session booked. Thanks again for your interest and look forward to seeing you in 2020.
*Please note dates may be subject to change and deposits will be refunded should any sessions be cancelled.
All workshop times: 10am till 2pm
Free parking: All venues have large car parks.
Refreshments: Tea, coffee and chocolate biscuits are available throughout the day, bring along your own lunch and snacks.
Hadleigh Art Workshop 2019/ 2020 Hadleigh Old Fire Station High Street Hadleigh Essex SS7 2PA Nearest stations: Benfleet, Leigh on Sea, London Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness. The Fire Station studio is opposite a large Morrisons on Hadleigh High Street and large double gates lead into the Station car park. Thursdays, 10am - 2pm, £35 for the day. A £10 non refundable deposit is required to secure your place.
DATES AND THEMES FOR 2020
27th February - Vanishing Wildlife 26th March - Landscapes as Abstracts 30th April - Vintage 28th May - Artificial Lights 25th June - Wonderful Woodlands 30th July - Colourful People 27th August - Coastal 24th September - Urban Living 29th October - Foodstuff 26th November - Parks and Lakes
Langford Art Workshop Langford Village Hall Mill Lane Langford SG18 9QB Bedfordshire Thursdays, 10am - 2pm, £30 for the day. A £10 non refundable deposit is required to secure your place.
DATES AND THEMES FOR 2020 13th February - Vanishing Wildlife 9th April - Vintage 4th June - Wonderful Woodland
Robertsbridge Art Workshop 11-23 Station Road Salehurst Robertsbridge TN32 5DG East Sussex Fridays, 10am - 2pm, £35 for the day. A £10 non refundable deposit is required to secure your place.
DATES AND THEMES FOR 2020
7th February – Vanishing Wildlife 13th March – Landscapes as Abstracts 17th April – Vintage 15th May – Artificial Lights 12th June – Wonderful Woodlands 3rd July – Colourful People 14th August – Coastal 4th September – Urban Living 9th October – Foodstuff 13th November - Parks and Lakes
Materials List Here is the list of the specific acrylic colours and brushes that I use. DON'T PANIC if you don't have the colours, brand or brushes suggested as these are just recommendations, please bring along what you have. If you would like to work in a different medium or just draw that's fine as well.
Paints: Daler Rowney System 3 or Royal Talens, Amsterdam Acrylics
Paints: Daler Rowney System 3 Original Acrylics, 150ml tubes *Lemon Yellow Cadmium Yellow *Cadmium Red Process Magenta Deep Violet Coeruleum Blue *Process Cyan Sap Green *Phthalo Green *Yellow Ochre Burnt Sienna *Titanium White Paints: Amsterdam Standard Acrylics, 120ml tubes *Azo Yellow Lemon Azo Yellow Medium *Pyrrole Red Primary Magenta Permanent Blue Violet Brilliant Blue *Primary Cyan Olive Green Light Sap Green *Phthalo Green *Yellow Ochre Burnt Sienna Prussian Blue Phthalo *Titanium White, artist quality * symbol for most essential colours
Brushes: Daler Rowney System 3, Flat Wash, brushes in the following sizes Size 19mm Size 25mm Sky Flow Wash 1 ½”, 2INCH
Additional brushes: Liquitex Paddle brushes 2 and 3inch Additional materials: Water pot Mixing tray or scrap paper
Easels: We have a limited number of basic table easels which you can use on the day, or bring your own.
Reference: Feel free to bring photographs based on the theme of the workshop, I will have 2 - 3 folders of photographic references that you can work from.
Canvas/pads:I always work on canvas but acrylic or watercolour pads or primed board are fine. If you are painting on canvas bring a couple along at least A3 in size.