Course Provider: Old Bank Studios
Contact Name: Beverley Caleno
Telephone: 01255 242930
19 Kings Quay Street
Course Length: 10am-4.30pm
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Andrew will introduce you an amazing, loose style where less is more in your painting. Wet on wet, put simply, is the process of applying pigment to wet paper, the results vary from soft undefined shapes to slightly blurred marks, depending on how wet the paper is. You will also learn about colour mixing and how to make varied and expressive brush marks.
This day is aimed at beginners and improvers, but even the more experienced will have something to gain from working with a different artist.
Old Bank Studios offers a wide range of art, craft and textile courses and work-shops. Based in a glorious Edwardian banking hall, our fully equipped studios provide ideal spaces where students can work in a relaxed, ambient atmosphere. Located in the heart of Old Harwich, we are just a few yards from the Electric Palace Cinema.
Harwich Town Railway Station is less than a five minute walk away, with hourly trains to Manningtree, where there are mainline connections to Colchester, Chelmsford, London, Ipswich and Norwich. If you are coming by car, there is normally plenty of on road parking, otherwise there is a public car park a one minute walk away. It is always possible to drop off right at our front doors.
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What's included in the price?
This full day workshop includes a homemade lunch, refreshments and a cream tea.
What you will need to bring:
Your usual watercolour kit
140lb paper (available to buy on the day if required)
Pallets, water pots, boards and easels will be available for your use
A range of good quality watercolour paper, student quality watercolour tubes and other items will be available to purchase on the day at reasonable prices
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