Light Effects in Watercolour January Toowoomba FULLY BOOKED
USQ McGREGOR SUMMER ARTS RETREAT, Toowoomba
Mastering the use of tone, colour, light and shadow is essential for successful watercolour paintings. Learn how to create atmospheric effects for a variety of subjects while discovering the differences in natural and artificial light. Time will be devoted to a lesson on setting up a still-life as a painting project, as well as insight into how to pitch paintings in different keys. Other lessons include the themes of water, skies, reflections, flora and fauna. With a combination of theory, demonstrations and individual projects, participants will gain new skills for manipulating subject matter to depict different moods and effects.
This workshop booked out early and has a long waiting list. Please refer to Jan's other workshops to see if anything suits instead.