• Define your ‘Botanical Style’
• Understanding watercolour techniques
• Tips to choose a modern approach to Botanical Art
• Tips on paper and reproduction if you want to share your Work
• This will be the 1st of a series to build your experimentation, which will
run for 5 weeks - however you can choose to come 1 week or 5
• We will create a full story of botanical paintings for your portfolio
• You can choose to share via reproduction or just enjoy as Art on your
We do have paints, brushes and paper available here in the Fish Lane Studios (MasterCard and Visa accepted) - to save you time you are welcome to come 15 minutes early to purchase them ahead of class. We look forward to exploring this amazing world of 'Botanical Art' with you - Inquires - Mb | 0419 358 859 | Wyn Vogel
This month we will concentrate on our sky - learning the age old methods of running a 'Bead' and also travel from the 'High Country' of our Snowy Mountains to the beauty and intrigue of some little Italian Villages - exploring how to - 'Tell a Story With Your Painting'!
Artist and Fish Lane Studios - Curator Wyn Vogel will demonstrate and work with you step by step to help explore what is possible - we will some beautiful sky exercises and then create a 'Story' prior to lunch on the Deck - catered again by BillyKart Restaurant - we have included a lunch voucher in the price of the Workshop.
These Experimental Workshops are designed to help answer any questions you might have and to give you the opportunity to explore and experiment new materials and substrates with Curator of the Australian Watercolour Muster - 2020 Artist - Wyn Vogel, while she is in Cairns.
This year there will be four (4) Categories for Entry to the Australian Watercolour Muster - 2020 - One Artist from each Category below, will be selected as 'Best in Category' and offered a Solo Exhibition** to be held in Australian Watercolour Muster/Fish Lane Studios Exhibition Gallery - 4 Edmondstone Street - South Brisbane Queensland Australia 4101 - during an agreed 2 Weeks each over the period of the year 2021.
Define your ‘Botanical Style’ • Understanding watercolour techniques • Tips to choose a modern approach to Botanical Art • Tips on paper and reproduction if you want to share your Work