Karin Moorehouse, showed us how to achieve more successful portraits using Oils”. In her portraiture she looks for the unfocused moment; “the private gaze in the sitter’s eye
Award winning artist and teacher Jane Dwight demonstrating her very considerable skill and knowledge of the ancient art of Chinese brush painting.
Soraya has received a number of prestigious art awards for her painting in recent years. She is an elected member of the Society of Women Artists and The Society of Floral Painters and is currently the President of the Andover Art Society.
In LIFE PAINTING WITH ACRYLICS - Marcus Finch showed us how to how to achieve an ‘initial statement’ with the use of ‘ragging out’
As our scheduled demonstrator Roger Deller was unwell we were very fortunate that local artist Dennis Lascelles was able to step in at the last moment with an impromptu demonstration of 2 watercolour paintings.
In SWITCHING THE LIGHT ON - Marcus Finch, our President showed us some of his techniques for achieving ‘Bravura’ using vibrant darks to improve the quality of light in watercolour landscapes.
As a member of the Guild of Enamellers and an experienced jewellery and enamelling tutor, Linda is well qualified to introduce us to the traditional art of enamelling which essentially involves the fusing of glass to metal, using a kiln and multiple firings. Linda demonstrated a variety of enamelling techniques including sgraffito, screening and use of stencils.
EXCITING & ATMOSPHERIC LANDSCAPES IN WATERCOLOUR - Sharon Hurst Acclaimed fantasy artist Sharon Hurst takes watercolour to another dimension and in preparation for our November workshop she showed us her techniques for adding a dash of excitement to our landscapes. She specialises in the art of layering and glazing and achieves a depth of colour normally seen only with acrylics or oils.
Surrey based artist, Maggie Read demonstrating how she combines Watercolour with Pastel to create pictures with depth and texture. Garden / Allotment scene in watercolour and pastel.