T1 2024 Watercolour Foundations- 8 Weeks
Explore Watercolour techniques for small works of art, cards, art journals & illustrations.
- Started 1 FebStarted 1 Feb
- 440 Australian dollars$440
- Darwin Adult Short Courses
In this course we learn and practice traditional watercolour painting techniques using imagined landscapes as our reference. This is the School’s foundation course in watercolour and a starting point for more advanced courses. Designed as an introduction for beginners, it is also a refresher for more experienced watercolourists, who can perfect their techniques, develop new methods and select the more challenging exercises. It allows participants to devote 3 hours a week to their art in a friendly, encouraging atmosphere. The course will include tutor demonstrations; visual presentations; handouts and reference books; but mostly comprises practical student exercises, alternating with picture making using classical masterpieces of watercolour as a guide. Numbers are limited to just 8 students, so a good level of individual help and mentoring can be given. Artist’s quality watercolour materials and equipment are included in the course fee. However students may like to bring a notebook. Thursday evenings, 5:30pm to 8:30pm. About the Tutor: Alison Worsnop lives in the Rural Area and has taught art to adults for quite a while. She exhibits her art work regularly and can be contacted through her website www.alisonworsnop.com or telephone her on 0417 881 854 if you would like to talk to her about the course. For a seniors discount of 10% use coupon code SENIOR at check out - ID will be checked at class register.
CANCELLATION AND REFUNDS Please choose carefully as course fees will not be refunded to participants who are unable to attend the course due to changes in personal circumstances or work commitments. Course fees will not be refunded once confirmation and/or commencement of the course has occurred. In the event of a serious illness, you may request to transfer to the following term. A full refund of course fees will be paid if the advertised course does not proceed. Participants will be advised if a class does not have the minimum number of students to commence.