Beginners Landscape Oil Painting Workshop, Rural Antics at Hanwell Wine Estate, Nottinghamshire
Duration: 1 day: 9:30am - 4pm
Contact: Helenka Brown
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About the Course
Beginner’s Landscape Oil Painting Workshop, £95, Rural Antics at Hanwell Wine Estate, Nottinghamshire
9.30am to 4pm
Join us and create your own landscape oil painting in a day. Local artist Sara Penrose will guide you step-by-step. By demonstrating and explaining the tools and materials, composition, colour mixing and various techniques for creating your very own landscape painting. English landscapes can be complex enough to provide some challenges but also simple enough to enable a fun and relaxing day.
Sara will show you how a picture can be dissected into several layers and how to build them up into your own work of art!
After booking, you don’t need to do any preparation. All the necessary tools and materials will be ready for you, including a pre-stretched canvas. Sara will provide the expertise and passion for oils to guide you in creating your own work of art.
Sara will paint alongside you as well as giving you one to one advice and tips. You will be able to take your ready to hang canvas home with you the very same day.
The whole experience will be located within the grounds of Hanwell Wine Estate surrounded by the rolling hills of Nottinghamshire.
If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above. The voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
All materials, refreshments and a 2-course lunch served with local wine is included.
Rural Antics workshops are about learning and relaxing so there's no need to remember anything!
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Course Start DatesSaturday 5th May 2018
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