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JULY 2020 - ONLINE LESSONS!
DUE TO CORONAVIRUS WE ARE NO LONGER MEETING UP BUT ARE HAVING LESSONS ONLINE!
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How to join in
Each week there is a new online lesson, we will paint from the images below. To download the photo click on it and then click on the arrow that appears to save it to your mobile device or print out and bring to class.
Details of all art materials that are required are in the online lessons see above link.
Each week we send out a weekly newsletter which also contains the image to work from. If you haven't attended a class and wish to receive the newsletter please sign up here
The images below are from Pixabay website
Print the images out or save to a mobile device such as your iPad
Follow the link to enrol in the online class, sign up, purchase a lesson and work from the image for that week
Send Jane your painting by email - she will give you feedback by email
All of your work will be posted in our gallery for friends and family to see as well as on our Facebook page
Here's what we did in April, May and June
As we are all working from home we continued with watercolour and integrated it with pen. In the online lessons Jane demonstrates how to go about each session. Full materials plus downloads to help you on your way to improving your skills and techniques. Line and wash is always asked for in classes and so popular, the result is part drawing and part colour like a coloured sketch. These classes are available at any time.
March was watercolour painting month with a difference! We were all asked to stay at home due to the Coronavirus in week 3. We did manage to look at how to use brushes, you can order and read about brushes in the blog here. Using brushes that have different shapes and sizes is essential for painting. Each painting media has its challenges and Jane showed you how to tackle some of the common problems.
What we did in 2019 - read the blog post here