Painting Landscapes in Oils - Two Day Course. COURSE FULL

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Description

Caroline is an enthusiastic and inspiring teacher of oil painting. She will be fully demonstrating how to simplify and paint beautiful landscapes/ seascapes step by step using oils, an exciting and versatile medium .
The course will cover the basics of colour mixing, the importance of composition and an understanding of tone with lots of one to one tuition.
The course is suitable for beginners and improvers, as well as those who normally paint in a different medium and wish to try oils.

Tutor Information
Caroline McMillan Davey is a highly respected professional artist, exhibiting her work in many leading galleries including the Royal west of England academy, along with many solo and group shows. She lives in Somerset and finds inspiration in our beautiful and varied landscapes, from big skies of the Somerset levels, to the stunning beaches of Cornwall. Her encouraging and patient teaching approach makes her courses relaxed and fun, where students can learn at their own pace.

Refunds are not available on this booking. Start dates may be amended on request.

What's included in the price?

Includes materials, tuition, three course hot/cold buffet lunch, refreshments.

Venue

Bookings team at Dillington House. Somerset County Council
Dillington House
Ilminster
Somerset
TA19 9DT

Suitable for

  • Accommodation offered
  • Adults
  • Hearing impaired
  • Intermediate level
  • Limited mobility
  • Parking provided
  • Seniors
  • Suitable for beginners
  • Wheelchair users

Duration

2 days (9:00am to 4:30pm)


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