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Workshop 3: Monday 18th March ’19 – Discover the Botanical’s in the Australian Bush
March 18 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEST$55.00
Create and build you knowledge of the beauty we find in our native – Australian Flora
Australia’s unique Flora has an earthy colouring and hidden beauty that needs to be considered closely – this Workshop would work for both locals and visitors to our beautiful city of Brisbane!
Learning from the mixing of the colour palette in Workshop 1 – you will be in a good position to take the colours of our Coastal Banksia and Flowering Gum Trees to create a magnificent memory of your night on the Kangaroo Point cliffs!
Workshop 3 – evening Monday – 18th March ’19 – 6 to 8pm – join us:
Coastal Banksia Flower – Water and Ink on 300gsm paper – Artist – Wyn Vogel
Materials to Bring
- 3 primary colours – Cadmium Red – Ultramarine Blue (Green Shade) and Cadmium Yellow (pale) – watercolour paints brand of your choice, and
- 2 brushes a NEEF Squirrel Brush No 10 and a wide soft brush like the Art Spectrum 2 ½ Varnish Brush ( If you don’t have these brushes – book your brushes on-line and I will bring them with me for you – both NEEF and Art Spectrum are Australian Manufacturers of quality – good kit to have in your Tool-box!! )
- 1 nib pen and a bottle of waterproof – black pigment ink
- Paper – 300gsm cold pressed – 2 full sheets 56 x 78 (Brand of your choice – Moulin du Roy | Arches | Fabriano.
- Bring a hard board to clip your paper to – so that you can hold it in the breeze on top of the cliffs!
- A bag to carry your sketching pencils and whatever tools you like to sketch – pencil – waterproof pens or ink
Need more details –
Location of the Workshop:
St Mary’s Parish Church Hall – 6 to 8pm
455 Main Street – Kangaroo Point – Brisbane 4169
St Mary’s Anglican Church, often called now St Mary’s-on-the-Cliffs, is a heritage-listed churchyard at 433, 447 & 449 Main Street, Kangaroo Point, Queensland, Australia. It was designed by Richard George Suter and built in 1873 by Alfred Grant. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 October 1992. Wikipedia