The Versatility of Pastels: Part 1 – Snow Scenes

Pastels Workshops Steel Rooms

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1st March 2017 10:00 - 15:00

Pastels Workshops Steel Rooms

Level: Beginners.

Tutor: Peter Wood

Workshop Date and Time:

Wednesday 1 March 10am – 3pm

Cost: £36 or £30 per session if all 4 parts booked. Includes materials + light refreshments

 

About the Workshop:

A foundation and introduction to four completely different approaches to using soft pastels. Ideal for students of any ability to, either, gain a good foundation or expand their knowledge and skills.

Designed to help you gain confidence and enjoy this medium by approaching it in both the traditional and more unusual ways. We will also be painting three completely different scenes as part of this workshop series (see below).

In this workshop you will create two snow scenes using warm and cool hues. Chinagraph pencil, watercolour and soft pastels. Both S.A.A. and Unisons. On Not watercolour paper.

Paper, pastels, brushes, inks, sticks and some watercolours will be provided, but you are welcome to bring your own.

The day will either take the form of a two hour demonstration, plus looking at some examples of work by the tutor, then a lunch break, and the remainder painting or you may follow the demonstration, from the start, as a step by step.

The other Workshops in this Series:

About Peter:

A fully qualified and experienced teacher in both the state and private sectors, a world artist demonstrating, making art teaching films, painting and teaching in many countries. He has written articles for Leisure painter, International artist, and the S.A.A., amongst others and has a huge following on his youtube channel.

You can read more about Peter and see some of his work on his website www.peterwood.com

To book a place on this or any of our other workshops, call in to our shop or telephone 01652 657256. Please note, to ensure your place is secured on any of our workshops, we ask that payment is made in full at the point of booking.

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