Ballybunion Beach- Four weeks starting Tuesday 23rd June
Weekly class Tuesdays 2-4pm on zoom! Click on the link that I’ll send you and we’ll do this lovely sescape of Ballybunion Beach together over a 4 week period. Click here for reviews.
Ballybunion, the most famous seaside resort in North Kerry is well known for its glorious beaches and panoramic cliff walks. There are breath-taking views out over Loop Head as one walks high up over the cliffs overlooking the Virgin Rock.
The two commonly used beaches in Ballybunion, divided by the cliff atop which stands the ruined castle are “Men’s Beach”, and “Ladies Beach”, given to the fact that men used to bathe on a separate beach from women and children.
Over the 4 weeks, we will each complete a painting on a canvas 16×20 inches, working from photographs and also a finished painting which I have prepared. 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 and there will usually be a mixture of brush & palette knife.
The workshop is live on-line via Zoom from my studio near Killarney, Co Kerry.
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.
Course Fee = €120 including all materials, €90 including the canvas only, €75 course only.
If you would like to purchase materials, please book in time to allow for delivery of materials.
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 oil paint, three brushes, a palette knife
This course will run on Tuesdays from 2pm to 4pm each week. The link will be sent to you the day before the class!
Colours for this painting are Crimson Alizarin, French Ultramarine, Cadmium Yellow and two tubes of Titanium White