Event Information:

  • 12th Sep 2020
  • 10:00am - 4:00pm
  • £30, material list will be provided on booking

Contact Details:

  • SallyCreveul@stotfoldmill.com
  • 01462 734541

Watercolour Workshop 3

12th Sep 2020

Watercolour Workshop with Paul Fullstone

This studio based workshop will give hands on experience to both beginners and improvers alike and will explore some of the various techniques used to capture landscape painting in watercolour at its best.
A material and equipment list will be provided on booking, but please remember bring a packed lunch.

 

Paul Fullstone

Paul Fullstone is a well-known local artist who gives many demonstrations and workshops to Art groups up and down the country.
His choice mediums are watercolour and pen and wash, and preferred subjects are landscapes, village and townscapes although anything with a touch of interest will have his brush working
His workshops are structured for all abilities and are informative and enjoyable whatever your experience. Paul will give plenty of hints and tips on the day to improve your painting and knowledge.  With Pauls relaxed and approachable style a good days painting is assured

If you would require more information please contact Sally Creveul

To book fill out the form below or send an email to Sally.

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