A weekend course suitable for beginners or for those who want to brush up their techniques. In this course, you will learn how to put together a simple landscape painting, moving on to introducing a building into the landscape. A variety of techniques will be covered and advice on composition, how to paint simple skies, hedge rows, trees and other landscape features will be covered. This is suitable for beginners or intermediate level and the course is taught using step by step demonstrations, individual help and advice will be given throughout, the course.
Jane Beech B.A (Hons), Certificate in Further, Higher & Adult Education. Jane has worked as an Illustrator & Designer for a number of years producing Art work for local Councils, Chester Zoo & Dunoon Ceramics as well as working on a freelance basis. She created Illustrative designs for China and Stoneware using watercolours & line & wash techniques for the UK and worldwide markets. She has also produced Artwork for commissioned ceramics, guide books, display boards, brochures, specialised Archaeological Illustrations & Children's books on both an employed & freelance basis. Exhibiting work across the Cheshire area. She started to teach in Adult Education in 1988 & has worked for Burton Manor College, West Cheshire College, for the LEA, various Art Societies & Art groups. She demonstrated Art techniques at Art Fairs such as the NEC and currently teaches locally in the Cheshire/Shropshire/North Wales areas, Higham Hall and here at Dillington House.
If you will be redeeming a CraftCourses gift voucher on this course, the voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
This residential course includes tuition, full board and accommodation, plus travel and admission for field trips where applicable, unless stated otherwise.
Courses starting with dinner include an evening session which will run from approximately 8.30pm - 9.30pm. Most weekend and short courses include one free session each full day - this will either be after lunch or after dinner dependent on the course content. Daily sessions for weekend and short courses usually begin at 9.30am.