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Wildlife drawing and painting classes, courses and workshops across the UK. Learn the techniques of wildlife drawing and painting from experienced artists and tutors.

Art in The Garden - Fullers Mill Waterside Gardens, IP28 With Lucy Perry and Amanda Sherring Two Art teachers with decades of experience share their love of gardens and creativity in these exciting and engaging sessions based in beautiful gardens. Join us for a creative and inspiring day exploring the forms and colours abundant in the Perennial Trust’s gem at Fullers Mill near Bury St Edmunds IP28 6HD. The day starts with a tea/coffee and...
Workshop Outline Overview of pastel papers, pastel types and how to use them. 1. Studying your subject and choosing the right colours 2. Transferring images on to your paper 3. Underpainting and values 4. Detailing eyes and other facial features 5. Feather detail and how to achieve a realistic look 6. Finishing touches
Workshop Outline Overview of surfaces, oil types, brushes, mediums and how to use them. 1. Studying your subject and choosing the right colours 2. Transferring images on to your paper 3. Underpainting and values 4. Detailing eyes and other facial features 5. Fur detail and how to achieve a realistic look 6. Finishing touches
Workshop Outline Overview of pastel papers, pastel types and how to use them. 1. Studying your subject and choosing the right colours 2. Transferring images on to your paper 3. Underpainting and values 4. Detailing eyes and other facial features 5. Feather detail and how to achieve a realistic look 6. Finishing touches
Workshop Outline Overview of pastel papers, pastel types and how to use them. 1. Studying your subject and choosing the right colours 2. Transferring images on to your paper 3. Underpainting and values 4. Detailing eyes and other facial features 5. Fur detail and how to achieve a realistic look 6. Finishing touches
Workshop Outline Overview of pastel papers, pastel types and how to use them. 1. Studying your subject and choosing the right colours 2. Transferring images on to your paper 3. Underpainting and values 4. Detailing eyes and other facial features 5. Feather detail and how to achieve a realistic look 6. Finishing touches
Workshop Outline Overview of pastel papers, pastel types and how to use them. 1. Studying your subject and choosing the right colours 2. Transferring images on to your paper 3. Underpainting and values 4. Detailing eyes and other facial features 5. Fur detail and how to achieve a realistic look 6. Finishing touches
Based in a village a few miles outside Buckingham I run Wildlife pastel workshops at my home studio set in six acres of countryside. Workshops develop in an un-hurried, relaxing way to enable you to develop your own style. I explain the different types of pastels, papers and other materials and accessories used in pastel painting. How to apply, blend and detail using pastel blocks, pencils and chalks. Workshop Outline - The characterful Hare: 1....
One day practical watercolour workshop in beautiful setting. With Jake to guide you, learn how to put the life into your wildlife studies through the imaginative use of colour and dynamic brushwork. He will show you how to capture the light and movement in animal subjects; an invaluable skill to be used in all your watercolour work. You will complete two paintings during the day, exploring different styles of working. Old Bank Studios offers a...
Sculpting courses with wildlife artist Julian Jardine are held in a fun and relaxed manner for people of all skill levels. Julian takes you through step by step from the basic starting blocks to more complicated sculpting techniques. Julian uses simple techniques that are easy to pick up and allow complete beginners to create models to be proud of in a relatively short space of time. Pieces are then fired and finished in either acrylics...