Painting Practice; Purpose and Expression with Judith White

Painting Practice; Purpose and Expression with Judith White
$414.1 Limited GST free / $393.90
Painting Practice; Purpose and Expression with Judith White

<p>This is a workshop for more experienced painters so you’ll be encouraged to bring your own work for discussion and feedback.</p>

<p>Ideas and technical information to develop expressive mark making

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This is a workshop for more experienced painters so you’ll be encouraged to bring your own work for discussion and feedback.

Ideas and technical information to develop expressive mark making, begin a painting, and create a picture plane will start the session. Ways of resolving your work will also be addressed during group discussions.

Subject will be up to you, and working in a larger format on paper or canvas is welcome. Some mixed media materials will be suggested for you to bring to experiment with and potentially incorporate into your own work.

Materials

  • Bring a large piece of watercolour paper or canvas - this is for a group exercise on the first day.
  • To make the most of the process it’s preferable to work on canvas and you’ll need a piece of un-stretched primed polyester at least 80 x 100cm
  • If you choose watercolour paper bring a heavyweight full sheet (350grm)
  • Bring other painting surfaces to start something new (I’ll have some suggestions to develop more experimental approaches) or bring any of your own paintings for help

Acrylics
Bring all your usual colours

Brushes
Bring all your usual but include flat wide brushes similar to house-painting brushes (50mm 0r more)

Collage
If you’d like to experiment with mixed media bring a packet of white tissue paper (available from a newsagent) plus some Aquadhere glue (PVA) from a hardware store

Other extras to use
Oil pastels. Large Sennelier or Holbein. Black, white and a vibrant colour of your choice
All your drawing material ie. pencils.
Large flat white palette
Palate knife
Wide paint scrapper (plastic or metal) Available from hardware or art supply shops
Roll of cling wrap
Note book
Sketch pad of cartridge paper
Scissors
Blade cutting knife
Bulldog clips