Pastel & Watercolour touring art workshops
Lyn Mellady and Julie Goldspink
There is so much to explore and paint that we are returning to Bright in 2024
March 17- March 24 6 days 7 nights 2024
The autumn beauty of Bright and valley vistas from Mt Buffalo
enquiries and bookings are now open.
Lyn Mellady or Julie Goldspink will answer your queries and take your bookings.
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Lyn Mellady and Julie Goldspink your two expert tutors, allow you to work in your prefered medium or change at will. You do not have to choose in advance. Both are there to help you gain the most from your travelling art holiday. Bring your watercolours or pastels or both, plus a travel sketch book and camera. You are ready for everything. You will be able to paint, sketch and photograph 'til you run out of light or simply watch the demonstrations and enjoy the company, and experience
About Your Tutors:
Lyn Mellady – One of Australia's foremost Pastel Artists best known for her sea, cliffs and landscapes in pastel and oil.
A trained teacher, Lyn has the skill, knowledge and enthusiasm to help bring your art to a new level. With 5x paintings in government collections here and in Japan, and featured in 8 art reference books, she is also a member of the Fusion6 portrait artists, art judge and ex AGRA president who established the Australian Art Excellence Awards with the support of Australian Artist in 2000. With over 4 decades of successfully painting full time earning many admirers and awards, Lyn retired from her commercial gallery (2011-2016) to return to the freedom to paint and share her experiences.
Julie Goldspink – A very accomplished watercolour artist with extensive knowledge in most mediums, Julie travels frequently to give workshops in watercolour and mixed media Australia wide.
She loves to paint inland, landscapes, rivers, sea or flowers – wherever the light falls. Julie's art has won many awards and admirers. Her gallery in Port Macquarie and presidential activities with the Hastings Valley Art Scieties before moving to Melbourne are the background depth to her life with art. Featured on Graeme Stevenson’s Put Some Colour in Your Life. Her most recent article was published in the Australian Artist Magazine in Dec 2017.
Pictures from previous art tours