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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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
6. Applying washes and working wet in wet.
7. Constructing a painting in successive layers.
8. Mixed media techniques including collage.
By Jesica Niosi.
A mixture of acrylic and ink pen landscapes in both Scotland and Uruguay.
‘On Tree Time’ is an exhibition about the ways in which trees adapt and endure. Although they move too slowly for us to perceive, over the span of centuries wood flows, trunks twist and limbs turn. Here Tansy Lee Moir presents a new body of work on paper in charcoal, pastel and oil, celebrating the resilience and life force of trees.
“When I begin to draw an ancient tree I’m struck by a powerful feeling of my being a short-lived creature amongst ancients.”
Tansy Lee Moir is an artist inspired by the forms and stories of old trees. Her art encourages us to look at trees in new ways and to think about our ancient, layered relationships with them as living organisms. Based just outside Edinburgh, she makes work in charcoal, pastel and oil and teaches drawing online and runs workshops.
The exhibition will be open to the public subject to current government guidelines. For opening times and bookings visit the exhibition website. https://www.tansyleemoir.co.uk/gallery/on-tree-time/
It can also be viewed online here https://www.tansyleemoir.co.uk/gallery/on-tree-time/
All works in the exhibition are for sale, contact email@example.com to enquire.
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
We are an artist’s collective exploring how we view the landscape after “surfacing” post lockdown. Our interests span over cities, countryside and the coast, each with our unique perspective.
Evie Rose Thornton
Opening night: 3rd June 6pm-8pm
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Learn the beautiful art of Sashiko embroidery, it’s history and traditions.
£35 pp with all materials included.
Spend the afternoon in the workshop with other creative, like-minded crafters learning this new creative skill and make beautiful Sashiko adorned items.
Sashiko is very mindful, beautifully decorative and also a mending craft.
Class sizes are kept small to ensure we can social distance, masks are to be worn and hand sanitiser throughout the building.
Spaces limited – reserve your place here: