Expressive Landscapes in Mixed Media - Online course - Tuesday 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd November 2022

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Expressive Landscapes in Mixed Media

Online course

Tuesday 1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd November 2022

10.00am to 12.30pm

Participants will be required to use Zoom.

An introduction to combining media in an expressive style.

  • Apply at least three Watercolour techniques
  • Explain how background, middle ground and foreground can be achieved in a landscape painting to create depth/space
  • Create a vignette sketch of a landscape
  • Create a monochromatic landscape with at least two different media
  • Describe how colour choice affects emotions

Who is the course for: Beginners and improvers. Individuals looking to develop their creative skills using various media, over four informal fun sessions.

Previous knowledge/experience required: Some art knowledge either current or previous would be advantageous but not essential. What is required is lots of enthusiasm, willingness to learn and a desire to have fun. This is a very loose style of painting and so very suitable for beginners and for improvers wanting to let loose.

How will I learn: This is a relaxing and friendly course with step by step demonstrations.  You will be gently guided through different painting activities to develop painting techniques, starting at the basics. Each week will focus on specific elements used within art and the principles of design to help understand how to build an expressive landscape painting. There will be lots of playing with media and working on small sketches rather than focusing on a final outcome e.g. one large final painting.

How will I be assessed: Through observation, questioning, discussion and peer/self-evaluation.

Some ideas of what you’ll need a variety is good: Range of pencils like HB, 2B, 6B. Rubber. Sketchbook or loose A4 paper. Watercolour paper (Cold Pressed) 140lb in either a A4 or A5 pad or block or loose sheets. Watercolour pan set or palette with tubes with at least Ultramarine blue, Crimson red, Cadmium red, Lemon yellow and a Brown like Burnt umber. Flat and round brushes Small and medium sizes. Water pot x 2. Kitchen roll.. A variety of pens these are some suggestions – Fine liner (few sizes), felt tip, paint, ink/fountain, dip pen. Black biro. Cocktail stick or embossing tool. Charcoal. Sponge. Cling film. Old toothbrush.

Progression routes from this course: Other art and craft workshops or courses

Attendance is expected at each session to ensure that you get the most out of your learning experience and to minimise disruption for other learners. Please advise the venue/tutor of any absence you may have.

Participants will be required to use Zoom. No account is required
Not sure how to use Zoom? Check out these helpful videos: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206175806

This course is aimed at Hampshire residents aged 19+ Attendance is expected at each session to ensure that you get the most out of your learning experience and to minimise disruption for other learners. Please advise the venue/tutor of any absence you may have.

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