Three weekly workshops will cover palette colours, paper type, washes, brush types and colour mixing with exercises using the local landscape.
Dates: 6th June, 14th June & 20th June
Times: 09.45 – 16.00
Location: Broadrake, Chapel-le-Dale LA6 3AX
An opportunity for those wanting to start out with watercolour paints, but need some guidance to get to grips with this lovely medium. The three weekly workshops will cover the various aspects that make this medium so versatile and effective – palette colours, paper type, washes, brush types, colour mixing, etc. The theory will be supported by exercises using the local landscape, which you can then practise between the weekly sessions.
The course fee covers the three workshops.
Kevin Brown is a local artist and printmaker. Kevin is essentially a self-taught watercolourist with no formal art education. He had his own gallery for a number of years near Hebden Bridge before moving to the Yorkshire Dales in 2009. Kevin has had work accepted for the Northern section of the Laing Landscape Exhibition and the Royal Watercolour Society Open Exhibition at the Bankside Gallery and is a member of the Lunesdale Art Trail.
He paints mainly landscapes, with particular interest in the Yorkshire Dales and has provided watercolour demonstrations for arts societies locally and in West Yorkshire and Lancashire.
You can view his work on his website www.kbwatercolours.co.uk and the Lunesdale arts Trail website www.lunesdalearts.co.uk.
To book please complete a booking form and return it with your payment.