30 September 2014

Pastel Seascape Workshop

with Tricia Taylor
We will be playing with different water effects and doing a coastline that focuses on cresting waves and the shoreline to wet sand. Colour mixing theory and application techniques will also be one of the themes of the day.
It will be information packed but focused on having fun as play with pastels.


Materials List:
PASTELS –
whatever you have. A standard set of 40-60. Would be a
minimum. Obviously we will be using a lot of blues so a good range from French Ultra Marine to cerulean and through to turquoise in various tones will be handy. Sand will be soft terracotta oranges through to pinks and violets. So variety will be great.

Paper: Artspectrum colourfix paper Terracotta 
Kneadable eraser
Old paint brush
Apron
Disposable gloves (optional)
Willow charcoal.
Padded board and bulldog clips to hold paper. ( just a foam core board will do but back it with 4-5 layers of butchers paper and it will make it softer to paint on)
Easel.
Soft drop mat for under the easel to prevent pastels breaking if dropped.


Reference Material. - We will work from your reference. (I will have some available you can work from if you do not have a photo of your own.)


Saturday 18th October from 9am to 4pm at Bundaberg Art Society shed in the Art and Craft precinct opposite TAFE college 118 Walker Street Bundaberg. A Sunday workshop is possible if enough participants,

Cost: for Bundaberg Art Society Members $60 per day
      for non-members $65 per day.
A non refundable deposit of $20 can be put in to 
Bank of Qld BSB: 124056
            A/C: 21617589
use your name as reference number.

BYO Lunch, morning and afternoon tea. Tea and coffee a gold coin donation.       

21 September 2014

Master Class Workshop

PORTRAIT IN OILS
with Lyn Diefenbach


Friday 26th and Saturday 27th September 2014
$25.00 per day
Venue:  Godfrey Wilson Hall
Milden Street, Gin Gin Qld 

Morning and afternoon tea supplied. BYO lunch.

 
MATERIALS LIST:
1 x stretched canvas  -  16 x 20 inches

Oil paints (Winsor & Newton if possible:
Burnt Umber, Raw Umber, Cadmium Red, Cadmium Yellow, Alizarin Crimson, Titanium White, Ivory Black, Naples Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Sap Green

Other Brands:
Winton - Soft mixing white,  Grumbacher - Transparent Red Oxide,  Old Holland - Red Umber

Brushes:
Escoda Prado Sintetico series 3160 size 8 (cat's tongue) or a small pointed brush for drawing the portrait.
Neef Indian Sable Filbert Brush - series 460 sizes 8, 10 and 12
OR Art Basics series 877KF - sizes 8, 10 and 12
NOTE: These are the brushes I use. You might have your own favourites.

Miscellaneous:
*Paper owels, *Easel, *Drop sheet, *Willow charcoal,            *Odourless solvent, *Mixing palette knife
*Large palette (eg: white painted MDF) approx 18 x 24 inches)
*Photographs for portrait (make sure these have excellent clarity, a good play of light and dark and are large enough to work from) If you are using computer print-out use photo quality paper not plain.
 
ONLY A FEW VACANCIES REMAIN
  
 Contact Lesley 41576806 
Email: perksridge@westnet.com.au

*Please confirm your booking.





17 September 2014

"Colours - Art In Fabric"

Robyn & Elizabeth Clout, a mother/daughter artistic team show their unique traditional and non-traditional style quilts in a textile exhibition during October 2014.

Robyn has always enjoyed sewing from her childhood.  She would progress from making dolls clothes, to later sewing her clothes and then her children's clothes.  She became interested in traditional quilt making 10 years ago, when she started sewing traditional style quilts using patterns.  It wasn't until 2011 that she started thinking about quilts as an art form.  He style of quilt making changed after attending a Nancy Crow course, and this opened up a way of expressing how she sees colours, shapes and design in creating her own quilts.  Robyn says, "It's the start of my development as an artist, and I am looking forward to the journey I have commenced."
Elizabeth has been working in textiles since 2011 when her mother introduced her to quilting in New Zealand at a Nancy Crow workshop.  This led to finding inspiration with the Elements and Principles of Art.  Her artistic background is in ceramics and so she has found it interesting to use a different media.  Elizabeth says, "My quilting is non-traditional and I do not intend to pick up a pattern (something I have never used).  I like the challenge of 'painting with fabric' a technique that I wish to explore more."

15 September 2014

Workshop Weekend at Hervey Bay

Kreative Koncepts are offering a 2 day workshop with award winning artists

Chris Postle

 This workshop allows students to create an artwork based on the artist's own inspiration for the natural world. Using a provided reference, students will learn to develop a looser style of painting with Impressionist approach. This will involve exploring different painting techniques playing with colour, texture and design.

 
Craig Ninnes 
This workshop encourages students to try a contemporary approach to painting using fragmentation. This style of painting will help students understand the equal importance of subject and background. Appropriating a provided image, students will have fun experimenting with different brush techniques as they work with contrast and form.

WHEN: 20th and 21st September
WHERE: Kreative Koncepts - shop 1/31 Main Street, Pialba

For bookings and a material list phone
41 941606


06 September 2014

Acrylic Workshop

with Gary Woodfield

At this workshop Gary will guide you through a snow scene on canvas using ancient traditional techniques.

The workshop will be held Saturday 20th September, from 9am to 4pm at the Godfrey Wilson Hall in Milden Street Gin Gin.
Cost: $25 per day
Morning and afternoon tea supplied. BYO lunch.

To book: contact Gwen Field - 0402 573356 



26 August 2014

Anyone For Tennis?

The local Gin Gin Tennis Club have had some refurbishments done to the courts and the club house, including a coat of paint on the outside. Since everything looked so fresh they approached the Art Society to paint a mural on the club house walls.
A fun design was prepared and the painting began.

Two 'arteeests' pose with the almost completed building.


We hope that everyone who uses the facility walks in with a smile on their face.