‘Look and See’ Drawing and Painting
Time & Location
About the Event
‘Look and See’ Drawing and Painting
A six week introductory Art Course
Tuesdays 9:30 - 12:30
19 March - 23 April 2019
Course tutor: Wendy J. Allen MA
£90 (£15 for each session totalling £90 for the six week course).*
Each weekly session will begin with drawing skills, using simple exercises to train your eye and connect your hand. This will be followed by coffee and a chat about the painting challenge for the day, exploring the work of various artists. We will then have about 2 hours of painting from photographs, still life or, if weather permits, outside. This course will concentrate on using acrylics. You will need a starter pack of paints, a palette and some synthetic-hair brushes, (although I will bring all of these for you to try the first week), plus an A3 sketchbook and a 3B or 4B pencil.
About your tutor
Wendy J. Allen, MA is a local artist painting in acrylics, oils and pastels. Wendy is also a print-maker and book-artist. Her preferred style tends towards abstraction and she loves colour! She teaches regularly at Cottage Crafts co-operative and has exhibited in the UK and Europe.
*Spaces are limited to a maximum of ten people. Places on our courses will be allocated on a first come, first served basis once payment has been received. Completing the application form without also making payment does not reserve a place on the course. All applicants must pay after submitting their form to guarantee a place on their chosen course. Please contact us if you are experiencing any issues.
Refunds and Cancellations
Cancellations are permitted up to one week before the start of a course, subject to a £25 cancellation fee. Refunds will not be made for cancellations less than five days before the start of a course. Students who do not attend due to illness, personal or professional commitments do not have the right to a refund.
The information given in this leaflet is accurate at the time of publication. However, the Mill Tye Gallery reserves the right to cancel or amend courses if circumstances require it.
What to bring
The course fee does not include the cost of materials unless otherwise noted.
Participants need to bring their own painting materials on the course, a set of synthetic-hair acrylic brushes, both flat and round. A basic set of acrylic paints which could include eight tubes of Black, White, Cadmium Red, Sap Green, Ultramarine Blue, Yellow Ochre, Burnt Umber, Cadmium Yellow and a Palette. Plus an A3 sketchbook and a 3B or 4B pencil.
What to wear
Comfortable clothing that you can move around in with ease. As some of the class could take place outside, please bring warm waterproof clothes and sensible footwear.
Refreshments and dietary requirements
Light refreshments will be available. Please notify staff of any dietary requirements in advance.
The workshop takes place in the upper gallery which is not suitable for wheel chair access. Please notify the Gallery if participants have physical disabilities or special learning needs. Tell us about your needs in confidence by email@example.com or by phone 01787 376796.
Aerosol fixative sprays and smoking are not permitted in the building. The use of mobile telephones, radios, personal stereos is not allowed. Please take care of your belongings at all times and never leave valuables unattended. We regret that we cannot be held responsible for the loss of participants’ belongings. Participants must make sure that they take all work and belongings away at the end of the class.