Join our fun, informative & supportive class
Fridays: 10am – 1pm
Experience what its like to both lose and find yourself in your work…
You will explore methods and techniques, abstracting the landscape and abstracting the human figure. You will get a brief overview of abstract art history and be inspired by examining the work of various abstract artists.
This is a fun practical course for beginners and more experienced artists hoping to expand their practice with new ideas and techniques.
Each lesson and section of the course builds on the previous (as well as on the abstract taster course we held in March), and although each lesson is suitable as a drop-in, you are encouraged to book a set if possible, as you will gain more from the course.
20 April 25 May classes will cover variety of methods & techniques for you to explore.
4 June 20 July classes will cover abstraction & the human figure and abstracting the landscape.
Students are welcome to bring their own ideas, inspiration or approaches to class at any point.
Please note that there are no classes on 27 April, 1 June and 13 July
Materials: We provide canvas, paper, paint, brushes and easels, in fact all basic materials required for the course are supplied and we advise what you should invest in to continue painting at home.
You need to bring a notebook and pen as the tutor’s sessions are crammed with content and useful tips that you need to jot down to add to your own skill set.
Reserve your place on line and we shall contact you to confirm your place and payment options.
About the Tutor:
She is an active member of the arts community and was a founding member of BEAT (the first Borough Of Ealing Art Trail). Elected as the Executive representative for the arts in Ealing (2016-present), she works with a number of groups to raise the profile of the arts in Ealing. She is a founding member of ArtsAgender (a networking group for women in the arts) and founder/author of the ArtsyInEaling newsletter.
She exhibits regularly; recent exhibitions include Surface Tension at the W3 Gallery, Acton and A Hard Place exhibition at the pop up gallery, Bond Street, W5. She has a BA (Hons) in Art & Design and teaching experience.