Studio Art Course : PAINTING WITH WATERCOLOUR ONE - 3 February to 24 February 2022 (Intermediate)
Establish your watercolour competency further with a range of advanced techniques and colour theory.
About the tutor:
Eraine McArthur is a practicing artist studying watercolour under the renowned natural history artist and NatureArt Lab tutor, Lesley Wallington. Eraine turned to art to manage chronic pain, and has learnt about connection to “self” through art, and its capacity to reduce stress and help those with trauma & PTSD. Eraine reinvigorated her appreciation for natural history during trips to the South Pacific region over a 30-year career as a nurse in the Australian Army.
Eraine tutors the beginner (and most recently) intermediate watercolour groups at NatureArt Lab in Canberra and enjoys connecting with others in our community who find inspiration in the natural world. She is also supporting Veterans and children through her interests in Art Therapy. Eraine has exhibited her artwork in Canberra, including at Strathnairn Gallery.
About the course:
This course continues the exploration of painting with watercolour looking at harmony in colour and combination of techniques. Students will complete a series of exercises and projects using monochromatic, complementary and analogous colour schemes and will gain practice combining wet and dry techniques with transparent glazing. At the end of the course students will have an enhanced ability to identify and mix colour and an understanding of how different hues affect each other.
Suitable for intermediate and advanced students with some watercolour experience. A materials list will be provided on booking.
NatureArt Lab is a registered Seniors discount provider - please let us know if you are a Seniors Card Holder for a 10% discount on courses and workshops.
Dates: 3 February - 24 February 2022
Days/Times: Thursday afternoons 1.30pm - 4.30pm
Venue: NatureArt Lab, M16 Workspace, 21 Blaxland Crescent, Griffith, ACT
Please contact us if you have any questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Watercolour by Eraine McArthur