Enter your contact details and we will email a prospectus to you.

We will not share your information with any third party.

Pluralistic Painting | Term Four, 2019

Painting is a reflection or extension of yourself and because everyone is different this class encompasses all that variety. There is no wrong or right way imposed on you, its about what's right for you.
We want you to paint in a way that's natural and feels right. In this class you'll discover areas of talent that you were never aware of and expand in surprising new directions. To make these discoveries you have to make a leap into the unknown. This class will give you the support and courage to do it.
Suitable for all levels.

Content

* Introduction, preparation
* Class exercises to clarify concept, design and colour
* Demonstrations by tutor, techniques with acrylic paint
* Experimentation to make discoveries
* Individual projects and direction
* Problem solving, fun and games

Objectives

* Discover hidden areas of ability
* Explore different ways to be motivated
* Understand how paintings work
* Gain enjoyment from the process
* Increase awareness of greater possibilities with paint

Outcomes

* Develop areas of interest and strength
* Work independently
* Resolve works
* Develop a series of related work
* Gain more confidence and direction
* Gain more fluency with paint and colour

register here

Download PDF version
Class Type: Mains Class
Tutor: Gary Freemantle
  • Every Tuesday (21 Oct - 06 Dec)
  • 9:30am - 4:30pm
  • Materials cost: Allow at least $30 for materials
    Casual Students: $525.00 + materials
  • MM1
  • 18 (Max number of students)
Required Materials:
* Acrylic paint: medium yellow, ultramarine and phalo blue, napthol or deep red, yellow ochre, burnt umber, black, white
* Possible to use oil paint or watercolour where appropriate later in class
* Pencils HB and 6B, pen for writing
* Scissors
* Brushes: large 3 inch, medium 1 inch, small
* Heavy cartridge paper, panels or canvasses
* Please note, we will discuss material needs at the beginning of the class and additional materials can be purchased on-site
* Brown paper is available and free