Workshops

  • Masterclass: textured pods with tutor Mali Moir

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 6, 7, 8 July
9.30 am — 4.30 pm
 
An interesting and effective way of creating textured and weathered surfaces in a surprisingly easy manner. Using masking fluid, watercolour and coloured pencil. This technique requires Polychromos oil based colour pencils (not wax based pencils like Prismacolor or Derwent). Suggested subject matter are coarse rough surfaces like large pods, Black Bean, Brachychiton, Hymenaea coubaril, etc.

Intermediate to Advanced skill levels
 

  • Conservation of works on paper for botanical artists with Conservator, Caroline O’Rorke

Sundays 5 August
Group 1: 9.30 am—12.30 pm
Group 2: 1.30 pm—4.30 pm
 
Preventative conservation is the key to preserving works of art. This workshop will outline methods to consider - from the creation of your work through to storage, framing and display. Students will learn conservation techniques to mount one of their artworks. Handouts will cover the basics and identify key resources for further research.

All Levels
 

  • Printmaking with tutor Kylie Stapleton

Saturday & Sunday 25, 26 August
9.30 am—4.30 pm
 
Using your own sketch images and designs, you will be introduced to the basics of the printmaking technique, drypoint engraving. On day 1, you will be learning, engraving and practising. By day 2, you will be producing your own prints. Price for the workshop includes a kit containing all necessary materials for each participant as well as the use of shared group materials and the printing press.

All Levels — New students + returning students welcome

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