Events - 19 May 21

Not Normal: An Expression of the Self by Jamie King

Not Normal: An Expression of the Self by Jamie King

Monday 3 May - Friday 21 May
All Day

Self-portraits painted from the beginning of lockdown to the present day. An exploration of the self from my perspective of having schizophrenia whilst experiencing lockdown. All painted using oil on canvas and are approximately 50cm x 60cm. Observing lockdown rules led to isolation and separation from family, friends, and groups that provide vital support with face-to-face contact. This has brought a new and unwelcome ‘normality’. Finding coping strategies has been invaluable in dealing with hallucinatory voices and heightened anxiety. Fortunately, having the opportunity to paint and sculpt has led to a semblance of ‘normality’ for me.

You can view the entire exhibition here: VIEW EXHIBITION

To the Moors over Water by Sheena Phillips

To the Moors over Water by Sheena Phillips

Friday 7 May - Friday 21 May
All Day

Walking the same path every day gave me so many ideas and time to think about the places I loved.  I found my passion again for painting atmospheric and slightly abstracted landscapes.

This group includes some larger statement pieces and some mid-sized ones which would fit well in any room.

You can view this exhibition here: https://www.edinburghpalette.co.uk/events-2/exhibitions/to-the-moors-over-water/

www.sheenaphillips.uk

Painting Workshops for P3-P7

Painting Workshops for P3-P7

Saturday 15 May - Saturday 19 June
11:00 am - 1:00 am

Painting Workshops for Children 7 – 12 yrs. Starting Sat 15th May. 11-1pm. £20 per session. This course is designed to teach the basics of painting…preparation of surfaces, brushwork, colour theory, form, structure, tonality, perspective etc.

Further info from graeme1410@yahoo.co.uk. 07842 576939.

I plan to teach the basics of painting using watercolours and acrylics.
Classes will explore
1. How to look at and analyse paintings of the masters
2. How to use brushes and prepare paper for painting
3. Colour theory in relation to paint mixing.
4. The importance of form and structure
5. Tonality
6. Applying washes and working wet in wet.
7. Constructing a painting in successive layers.
8. Mixed media techniques including collage.

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