Weddin Workshop - Pencil to Painting Art Class

Start Date: Saturday, 15 September 2018

Start Time: 10:00 AM

Finish Time: 3:30 PM

Location: Grenfell Community Hub, 88 Main Street

Contact: Kay Chapman - 0427 351 260 or 6331 4022 or kchampmanclassart@outlook.com

Pencil to Painting Art Class

DATE: Saturday 15th September

TIME: 10am to 3.30pm

LOCATION: Grenfell Community Hub, 88 Main Street

COST: $80 (payment to be made 10 days before event)

FACILITATOR: Kay Chapman is a realist artist and teacher with many years experience. Although mostly self taught she has benefited from classes and workshops with reputable and formally trained artists and she continues to develop new techniques and skills. She has achieved competence in design, fine line script with illustration and presentation skills as a showcard and ticketwriter in promotional depts. in Sydney. She loves nature, landscape, old buildings whether magnificent heritage buildings or humble iron abodes & sheds of years past. Favourite mediums are pencil, pastel, pen & wash & acrylic. You can look Kay up on www.bathurstartstrail.com and click on Kay Chapman.

WORKSHOP DETAILS: "I have a very simple approach that works and I believe drawing skill leads to painting success." Kay is a realist artist and teacher with a lifetime of experience. She conduct art classes & workshops for all ages and levels. This workshop is suitable for ages 13+. You will be introduced to various mediums through demonstration & soon discover & develop your own innate creativity. This workshop will have an Aussie theme 'CORRUGATED IRON, WOOD & WIRE' - The great aussie shed, magpies and chooks . Be excited!

Materials list:A3 visual diary, no bamboo paper please. A good quality white rubber. A “Faber- Castell” kneadable eraser. 2 Large foldback clips. “Progresso” solid graphite pencils..2-4 & 6B & a sketching pencil HB or B.
I can supply all at cost including leaning boards for $20 or part thereof if it’s easier for you.

BOOKINGS: Kay Chapman - 0427 351 260 or 6331 4022 or 

"This project is supported by Create NSW’s Country Arts Support Program, a devolved funding program administered by Regional Arts NSW and Arts Outwest on behalf of the NSW Government"