This series of workshops, which runs over three consecutive Mondays, is designed for students who have had an initial introduction to watercolour and who want to take the next step.
Its aim is to build the confidence of the emerging artist in painting landscapes, flowers or still life, looking particularly at painting skies, water and managing backgrounds. With a greater understanding of how watercolours work, students will be encouraged to experiment with different watercolour mediums and one to one help will be a priority.
Angela Burton is an experienced teacher with particular interest in helping beginners to enjoy their first encounters with watercolour painting. She is a qualified Froebel teacher and spent two years at the Torpedo Factory Art School in Washington DC studying watercolour painting. Returning to the North West Angela worked with DOT-ART and the Bluecoat Centre in Liverpool. She continues to teach at Higham Hall in Cumbria (www.Highamhall/tutors).
She was a board member of Manchester Camerata with responsibility for their education outreach programme and has close links with Chester University Centre for Creative Learning.
She has had two exhibitions in the North West and her work has been shown in Germany and the US. Her work can be seen on the SAA website.
If you will be redeeming a CraftCourses gift voucher on this course, the voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
Includes tuition, three course hot/cold buffet lunch, refreshments.