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An Introduction to Watercolour Painting: Learn how to paint using watercolours in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and create this adorable image of mice on a branch.

This full day workshop is designed for complete beginners but also caters for those who have painted before and want to take their skills further.

You will spend time learning about shape and tone using pencil before experimenting with watercolour and colour mixing. Using the beautiful reference image, you will be shown step by step how to create a stunning contemporary watercolour image of mice resting on a branch.

Look out for future workshops coming including migrating Blue Throat birds and Cornflowers with bumblebees

Agenda:

  • Demonstration and drawing using pencil and charcoal to understand shape and
    tone.
  • Watercolour exploration and techniques
    Step by step tuition to create the field mice image

What’s included:

  • All tools, materials and tuition needed for the day.
  • Tea, Coffee & Cake - Please let us know of any dietary requirements at the time of booking
  • Free Parking.
  • 10% off purchases of full price fabric, haberdashery or patterns made on the day at the Sew Me Something shop 
  • 10% off purchases made in our lovely on site cafe The Makers Kitchen
  • 10% off future workshop bookings made on the day you are attending one

What you need to bring:

  • Just yourself and a smile, this is going to be fun! 

Tutor: Laura Smith

Laura Jayne Smith is a professional wildlife artist living in Worcestershire working with
watercolour and charcoal. Laura likes to capture the beauty and behaviour of UK wildlife
and those from further afield in her realistic style showcasing the colour, pattern and
textures of different species. Laura has been a finalist in national and international
competitions and has exhibited locally and in London. She is an experienced qualified
teacher and her workshops are accessible to all, relaxed, friendly and most of all fun

 

Important info:

*Please note we can only run this workshop if we have a minimum of 4 attendees, if this number is not reached we will ask to transfer you to the next available date

*All workshops are non refundable unless cancelled by us, please ensure you can attend the date you are booking

An introduction to Watercolour Painting (Mice on a branch)

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An Introduction to Watercolour Painting: Learn how to paint using watercolours in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and create this adorable image of mice on a branch.

This full day workshop is designed for complete beginners but also caters for those who have painted before and want to take their skills further.

You will spend time learning about shape and tone using pencil before experimenting with watercolour and colour mixing. Using the beautiful reference image, you will be shown step by step how to create a stunning contemporary watercolour image of mice resting on a branch.

Look out for future workshops coming including migrating Blue Throat birds and Cornflowers with bumblebees

Agenda:

  • Demonstration and drawing using pencil and charcoal to understand shape and
    tone.
  • Watercolour exploration and techniques
    Step by step tuition to create the field mice image

What’s included:

  • All tools, materials and tuition needed for the day.
  • Tea, Coffee & Cake - Please let us know of any dietary requirements at the time of booking
  • Free Parking.
  • 10% off purchases of full price fabric, haberdashery or patterns made on the day at the Sew Me Something shop 
  • 10% off purchases made in our lovely on site cafe The Makers Kitchen
  • 10% off future workshop bookings made on the day you are attending one

What you need to bring:

  • Just yourself and a smile, this is going to be fun! 

Tutor: Laura Smith

Laura Jayne Smith is a professional wildlife artist living in Worcestershire working with
watercolour and charcoal. Laura likes to capture the beauty and behaviour of UK wildlife
and those from further afield in her realistic style showcasing the colour, pattern and
textures of different species. Laura has been a finalist in national and international
competitions and has exhibited locally and in London. She is an experienced qualified
teacher and her workshops are accessible to all, relaxed, friendly and most of all fun

 

Important info:

*Please note we can only run this workshop if we have a minimum of 4 attendees, if this number is not reached we will ask to transfer you to the next available date

*All workshops are non refundable unless cancelled by us, please ensure you can attend the date you are booking

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