Weekly Monday Zoom Course 6pm-8pm
2022 four weeks- 25th April, 9th, 16th, 23rd May (no class on 2nd May)
Weekly class is back for spring on Mondays 6-8pm on zoom!
We’ll be doing a painting of the iconic Sherkin Abbey, the view point is from the ferry as you arrive on a summer’s day. There’s a small boat moored at the pier, and the furze is in full glorious bloom. The sun is shining, the water is still and beautiful reflections shimmer on the water’s still surface.
As with all the courses, we’ll paint this together step-by-step over a 4 week period. I demonstrate each stage, as we go along explaining and analysing the techniques and colours that I have used. Participants then paint each stage step-by-step with me. There are up to 8 in the group.
The workshop is live on-line via Zoom from my studio on Sherkin Island!
It is aimed at beginner and intermediate level, and I like to focus on giving as much information on methods and techniques as possible, so that people have something to work with when painting afterwards.
Colour mixing video tutorial will be sent to you when you book. Click here for reviews.
Course Fee = €85
If you would like to purchase materials, this can be done from Cork Art Supplies.
Upon booking, you’ll be sent my Free Colour Mixing Tutorial, which you can do in your own time using the colours we will use in the course.
If you need to cancel, it will be possible to transfer to a different course date up to two weeks ahead of the course only. Unfortunately, there are no cancellations less than two weeks prior to the course.
16×20″ primed canvas, five 38ml tubes of Daler Rowney Georgian oil paint, three brushes, a palette knife. Colours used are white, crimson alizarin, cadmium yellow, french ultramarine, and coeruleum (blue). It is best to use Daler Rowney if you can, as the colours vary from brand to brand, just so we get the same results when we’re in class.
This course will run on Mondays from 6-8pm each week. The link will be sent to you a few days before the class!
Colours for this painting are Crimson Alizarin, French Ultramarine, Coeruleum Blue, Cadmium Yellow and Titanium White