Whatever your preference – a weekly class, an online tutorial, or weekend workshops are all available for you to develop and expand your expression through art.
Monday Painting Class
Byron Community College Course: out and about
For all levels of experience, Monday classes are ongoing and keep you in a rhythm that supports your creative ability to expand and blossom.
There are workshops to learn new approaches and skills, and/or the opportunity to bring your own projects to develop.
Morning tea provided.
Time: Monday 10am– 1pm
Venue: The Studio
118 McAuleys lane Myocum NSW
We take cameras and sketchbooks for a walk, looking at shop window displays, streetscapes, cafe culture, clouds, parks, gardens, and dogs. Learning about composition, close focus and distance perspective and cropping photos. We bring these observational sketches or photos back into the studio to develop further drawings and paintings in your chosen media. Suitable for all levels of experience.
As well as learning technical skills this course enables participants to enjoy exploring their environment and sharing their progress with each other, it will be interactive and fun.
10am - 12:30pm
6 sessions, 15 hours
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In Your Own Home:
With a personalised online series of tutorials designed for you - write, paint, learn to draw - this can be a great way to unlock your potential or re-start your practice!
Since I have started tutorial sessions working with an art tutor, it has given me a whole new awareness of the true me in all that I express in all that I do....spending time to develop my creative expression has changed the way I see the world.
I thoroughly enjoyed my time during my tutorials with Bernadette. Every session being totally different but with the same absolute love and presence that holds you and allows you to work through anything that comes up.... I highly recommend anyone to participate in all that Bernadette has to offer.
I have also posted some Free On Line Tutorials for you to try.
Creative Expression Summer Workshop
January 14: We had great fun playing with pattern and texture for this workshop, using leaves and stencils to create magical layers.
Working on pieces of canvas means that you can be more experimental and develop ideas and colour systems before you embark on a larger piece. Often these first experiments are gems to treasure.
Themes which emerged: ocean, garden, abstraction, ancient manuscripts . . .