Wanting to improve or kick-start your painting skills in 2017? Let me help you with a broad choice of adult watercolour workshops this spring, including ever popular “Beautiful Bath Slopes” from a heritage building in Bath and painting the landscape at First View Gallery in Stourhead Gardens.
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Improve or kick-start your painting skills in 2017 with these watercolour workshops:
“Beautiful Bath Slopes” Wednesday 5th April (10.30-3) – ever popular, this fantastic subject celebrates Bath’s stunning buildings whilst allowing you to escape into your imagination. Learn how to protect whites whilst embracing fully flowing watercolours to create hillsides studded with fairytale architecture.
“Capturing water” Tuesday 16th May (10.30-3) – one of watercolour’s most successful subjects which can also be one of the most tricky to pull off. Control pigments to match the quality of water – from the mirrored surface of Bath’s canals to waves breaking over Cornish rocks.
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It’s time once again to consider applying to the wealth of art competitions and open exhibitions accepting entries this winter holidays. Why not try the Society of Women Artists? We are a professional and friendly group of female artists creating a large body of work, some of which is on show at our annual exhibition in London’s Mall Galleries each year. This year’s exhibition runs 4-9 July 2017 and opens first thing in 2017. Good luck!
This December’s issue of The Artist Magazine (pages 58-59) contains my article “Try something different: Waterfalls of Watercolour” – a description of my watercolour painting techniques.
Waterfalls of watercolour: Spring Workshops Programme –
a perfect gift this Christmas. Workshop gift vouchers available, please email.
Combine powerful watercolour techniques with art-filled conversation in a perfect venue on the edge of the heritage city of Bath. Mix wet-in-wet waterfalls of colour directly onto board to loosen up and brighten your paintings. The landscape courses are an ideal way to kick start your painting and suitable for beginners or more experienced painters. The portrait day is more technical and will help more experienced painters explore tone and control more complex areas of watercolour.
Autumn watercolour workshops
1st & 2nd November 2016 10.30am – 3pm @ First-View Gallery, Stourhead.
Two lovely one-day workshops painting in loose, expressive watercolour with beautiful Stourhead as your subject. Try my techniques, step-by-step. Suitable for beginners & experienced painters. £60 per day. All materials provided: watercolour board, paints, mediums etc Coffee/tea on tap. Please bring a packed lunch.
Bookings: 07891 409490 / email@example.com Venue: First-View Gallery, Spread Eagle Courtyard, Stourton Wiltshire BA12 6QE
Preview Evening: Thursday 15th September 6-8.30pm with live music from Las Tordas. At 44AD, 4 Abbey St. Bath BA1 1NN (http://www.44ad.net/).
Exhibition continues Thursday 15th-Saturday 17th (12-6pm) and Sunday 18th (1-4pm) September.
Workshops 13 & 14 September during exhibition week Email me for details/bookings or an invitation to the Preview evening.
“Body of Water” is a collection of my newest works. The first exhibition space contains my flowing watercolours, inspired by the vertical landscapes of Bath’s reflecting waterways and cascading terraces. The second contains recent oil portraits, including my studies of the students of Bath Dance College.
I mix pure pigment upon a wetted canvas, promoting the natural running and mixing of paint. I use minerals such as Hematite and Amethyst which granulate and channel like rivers across the painted surface. I have also begun to grind and paint my own ochre pigment from Bath’s own Oolitic limestone. These new experiments at local paint production will be on display.
I am giving two workshops at 44AD where participants are invited to share my painting methods. The painting subject matter will be based around the exhibition themes and participants will draw on these for inspiration. My techniques are also shared in my articles for The Artist Magazine.
I use my “gravity painting” methods in my portraits too. I have painted portraits internationally for twenty years. They contain intricately varied tones to represent the play of light over faces. My work has sold at regional and national exhibitions including with the Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Institute for Painters in Watercolour. I am an Associate of the Society of Women Artists.
More details at www.catherinebeale.com / www.44ad.net
Bookings & enquiries: 07891 409490