10

January

7.45–10.00pm

Demonstration: RONNIE IRELAND

“Landscape”. Tonight Ronnie Ireland will be painting a landscape using some of the acrylic techniques he showed us in his highly successful demo last year.

11

January

2.00–5.00pm

Workshop: RONNIE IRELAND

“Landscape”. Ronnie returns to help us put into practice what he demonstrated last night. Acrylic.

25

January

2.00–5.00pm

Workshop: MARCIA HUGHES

“Watercolour and Pen”. Marcia Hughes is going to demonstrate painting with watercolour and enhancing the work with a fine waterproof pen (Staedtler or similar) or pencil. As well as creating new works, you can bring along paintings which you don't feel have “worked” and Marcia will show you how to save them. Or you can paint a still life of flowers if you prefer.

7

February

7.45–10.00pm

Demonstration: FREDA ANDERSON

“Still Life with Flowers”. Tonight Freda Anderson will be showing us how to compose a successful still life using pastels.

8

February

2.00–5.00pm

Workshop: FREDA ANDERSON

“Still Life with Flowers”. Freda returns to take us through the pastel processes she demonstrated last night.

22

February

2.00–5.00pm

Workshop: LIVE BIRDS OF PREY

Back by popular demand Alan Greenhalgh brings us a selection of his beautiful birds of prey to paint or draw.

6

March

7.45–10.00pm

Demonstration: CHRIS FORSEY

“Coastal Scene”. Chris Forsey gives us a demonstration in acrylics of this popular subject.

7

March

2.00–5.00pm

Workshop: HILDEGARDE REID

“Coastal Scene”. Hildegarde Reid leads today's workshop which follows on from last night's demonstration, however please use your own choice of medium and bring your own reference photos.

21

March

2.00–5.00pm

Workshop: ELLA HAYWARD

“Exploring Colour”. Ella Hayward returns to show us how colour works in a composition. The aim of this workshop is to step away from realisitic colour palettes and use the complementary colour schemes of Fauvist artists such as Matisse. Any medium. Please bring an image to work from (it can be a landscape portrait or whatever you like)  or still life. Get ready to reinvent your understanding of colour!