Tuscany Landscape Painting Workshop
Friday 28th March – Sunday 30th March 2014
Early Bird Bookings Save $30 – Ends 15th December
Only 4 Places Left
Join us for this 2 1/2 day workshop learning how to paint Tuscany Landscapes.
On the last weekend of March 2014 we will be holding a special 2 1/2 day painting workshop focusing on painting terrific views of landscapes in Tuscany and Italy.
Over the course of the weekend you will paint this great painting ‘Rolling Hills of Tuscany’ plus one other Tuscany landscape painting. So you will walk away from the weekend with two finished paintings that you will be proud to have framed and hang on your wall.
On the Friday night we will be drinking Italian wine, eating pizza, talking Italian and we will be conducting a 90 minute seminar on the keys to better landscape painting which will look at topics like:
– Composition of Landscapes
– Creating depth and atmosphere
– Using Values effectively
– The use of Warm and Cool colours
– The importance of edges and focal points
Over the course of Saturday and Sunday we will be painting two masterpieces using all we learn on the Friday night.
Here are all the details:
Dates: Friday 28th March 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Saturday 29th March 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sunday 30th March 10:00am – 3:30pm
Venue: Art Shed Moorabbin
Places: 8 Places Only
Early Bird: $210 (Save $30) – Book before 15th December
Experience Level: Beginner – Intermediate
Medium: We will be painting in Acrylics however we will be using them in similar fashion to oils
Includes: All art supplies, canvases etc will be supplied. Dinner will be provided on Friday night along with tea, coffee and snacks through out the weekend.
If you want to take advantage of the Early Bird booking and save $30 then book in using link below:
Note: The Early Bird discount ends on midnight 15th December (or when 8 places are sold out)
Plus … everyone who books in will receive a special BONUS DVD of the two paintings showing you step by step how to create the paintings. This will be provided approximately 2 – 3 weeks before the weekend so you can practice the paintings before you come.