at the Peninsula Arts Society rooms on Overport Drive in Frankston.
'Lyn’s wave paintings are recognised Australia wide and she was recently asked to tutor and demonstrate in Queensland at Australia’s exciting inaugural Pastel Expo.
This workshop will cover the colours of sky and how it affects the mood of the painting. Lyn will demonstrate a large wave breaking on the sand and, in the afternoon, students may practice the demonstrated painting or bring their own image to paint. Please make it relevant to the theme of the workshop.
Hours from 10am to 3.30pm. BYO lunch. Morning Tea provided.
Level For artists with some degree of proficiency in their medium. (pastel/oil/acrylic)
Why venture out into the real world. Is it a venture or adventure?
There are many popular art tours happening all over the world offering to enrich the travel and share the experience of painting together.
This workshop is for artists who are uncomfortable with the concept of painting on site. They may feel exposed, inadequate or simply frustrated with their results. Or maybe they just want to feel prepared. This is time to learn how to choose, set up and capture the scene.
Lyn will demonstrate. We will paint on site in the morning then bring the work back to the studio each day to assess results and decide what the next step might be and possibilities of improving. It will aim to sharpen your decisions in all stages and allow you to relax with the process.
The afternoons will spring from the morning’s painting.— what is the next step? We will all possibly have a different ‘next step’.
Gateway to the magestic Capertee Valley the world's second largest canyon.
Sandstone cliffs dominate the escarpment, drawing down to a casm carved over millions of years. With tranquil vistas and serene mountain landscapes the Capertee Valley is abundant in flora and fauna providing the perferct opportunity to encounter nature in a natural environment.