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Watercolour painting courses, workshops and classes. Improve your watercolour techniques and skills using pigments suspended in water. Learn the art of watercolour painting and follow in the footsteps of Paul Klee, Edward Hopper and the great 'Painter of Light' J.M.W Turner.

£465
Yorkshire - Next course on 10th September 2018
Enjoy an art holiday in stunning landscapes at Malham Tarn, run by the Field Studies Council. Spend a fabulous time immersed in the spectacular scenery of the Yorkshire Dales, visiting a variety of local places of interest and painting your response to the landscape in watercolour. Learn easy specific techniques to bring vitality and strength to your painting and be inspired as you watch your art progress. We will sketch and paint outdoors, weather permitting,...
£0
Herefordshire
A stunning workshop space available for hire. Full catering offered . Wood burner in the winter. All tables and chairs supplied. Full use of garden. Lots of natural light and fantastic comfortable surroundings. Free Wifi, ample parking
£2795
Online
OCA’s MA Fine Art is a unique postgraduate course delivered by distance learning at Level 4 (HE7). It’s ideal for tutors who want to develop their own practice to inform their teaching, artist practitioners seeking to develop their practice further, those with an undergraduate degree who wish to move into creative sectors of employment, and undergraduate students looking to progress to postgraduate study outside the conventional higher education system. OCA’s MA Fine Art is a...
£1315
South Yorkshire
This unit enables you to see in a selective way, developing your own visual ideas and means of expression. You will explore given subject matter systematically, experiencing different approaches to painting and will be introduced to some of the major artists and movements, including those in C20 and C21 painting. You will learn to paint by being encouraged to analyse and select from the visual world what seems to be important and discover ways in...
£1315
South Yorkshire
Artists today use a huge range of materials and techniques. Some refer to the traditions of oil painting and watercolour while others like Turner Prize nominee George Shaw, explore the use of Humbrol enamels and other non traditional materials. The Understanding Painting Media unit helps you understand the role of painting media in production of artwork. It will provide a structured but experimental approach to a range of painting and drawing media giving you the...
£1630
South Yorkshire
This painting course provides a conceptual framework for your practice, and during the course you will work through a set of projects, exploring a range of approaches via historic and contemporary exemplars. You will engage with traditional themes (such as still life, the figure and landscape) as well as more abstract and conceptual approaches to Painting and Fine Art practice. Through your own art practice and further independent research you will explore seminal 20th and...
£1630
South Yorkshire
The Mixed Media painting course helps prepare you to sustain your art practice by providing a structured but experimental approach to your personal practice, giving you the confidence to develop and express ideas creatively and to expand your understanding of historic and contemporary art. You will work through a series of projects which will broaden your knowledge of a range of artists, artworks, and genres. Your final creative product will be the result of a...
£1630
Online
Through this course you will learn ways of pushing your painting practice forward in new, exciting and innovative ways. By building on your practice to date this course will introduce you to ways of developing your individual material and visual concerns through reflective practice, gallery visits and a learning log. Each of the painting projects will open you to different ways of seeing, interpreting and making that build on each other. In parallel you will...
£2090
Online
Contextual Studies The Contextual Studies Open course underpins and strengthens your skills, knowledge and understanding and is an opportunity to synthesise theory and practice through a self-initiated research project. The Open course encourages a high degree of self-motivation and autonomy. The written work prepared for assignments is used to support you to develop of self-reflection, critique, time/project management and academic rigour. With tutorial support, this self-directed course will support you to undertake substantial textual and...
£1170
South Yorkshire
When you get to this final level of study, it is essential to view all three courses as a cohesive programme of study. You have four years in total, as a maximum, to complete this entire level, but in practice most students will spend two or three years bringing their final work to a conclusion and ready for assessment. In fact you will enrol on the first two courses (Contextual Studies and Major Project) at...