WATERCOLOUR WORKSHOP – WITH A DIFFERENCE!
Watercolour with drawing media
“This is NOT a workshop for those who think watercolour is for the meek and timid. Using flowers and still life as the subject (so we don't have to worry about too many drawing problems), we will explore the expansion of techniques that can be used with this most exciting of media.”
Liz Seward, SWA, SFP
When: Saturday, 12th October, 10 am to 4 pm
Where: Brookwood Memorial Hall (small hall), adjacent to 150 Connaught Road, Brookwood, Woking GU24 0AL
Cost: Members £30, non-members £35
To reserve your place, please email email@example.com and confirm how you wish to pay (online or by cheque – see details below). Please note, your place will only be confirmed once payment has been received.
Account name: Woking Art Society
Sort code: 60-24-20
Account no: 89512375
Cheques to be sent to Julia Goodswen (please ask for address in your email if needed).
On the day, you will need to bring with you:
• Your own still life subject and flowers, if desired; this can be in photographic form but must be your own subject and not from a magazine
• Any watercolour paints and brushes already owned – paints in tubes are preferable
• Good quality watercolour paper (300 gsm/140 lb), preferably a rag paper such as Saunders Waterford, but Bockingford will do
• Large palette or plate
• Kitchen roll and water pot
If you have them, please also bring along watercolour pencils; water soluble crayons (Neocolor 2); FW Liquid Acrylic Ink in white and sepia; watercolour paint markers; and/or watercolour sticks.
Last, but not least – an open mind is essential!!