INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING AND PAINTING
$280.00 (GST included)
|| Places are available.
||Warringah Bowls Club Bradleys Head Rd, M
||8 sessions of 2 hours
||Monday, 30 July 2018
||Monday, 17 September 2018
||7.00pm - 9.00pm
Exploring a variety of subjects and mediums we will unleash your creative passion. Subjects include still life, portraiture, the life model and landscape. Covering the fundamentals of tone, form and perspective.
You are welcome to enjoy a glass of wine from the bar whilst learning creative techniques in a relaxed environment.
STUDENTS WISHING TO DRAW ONLY:
Pencils or Charcoal.
A packet of Mungyo Chalk Pastels(Or another brand but NOT OIL PASTELS)
A2 Cartridge pad or smaller if awkward.
STUDENTS WISHING TO PAINT:
Pencils or Charcoal.
A tube of black and white for the first class.
The following weeks red, yellow and blue ACRYLIC paint. These are water based paints and can be diluted with tap water.
Acrylic paints are highly recommended for beginners.
OIL PAINTERS WOULD ALSO REQUIRE ODOURLESS SOLVENT.
A palette or plastic plate for mixing the colours on.
A packet of Square bristle brushes up to size 12 (available from bargain discount stores).
A2 cartridge paper pad or smaller format if you wish.
A screw cap glass jar for solvent/water.
A rag & old shirt or apron.
Recommended Supplier :: Your nearest Hot Dollar Shop or Kmart Store. Dearer professional quality acrylic paints such as Matisse or Liquitex are available from your local art store if desired.
Approximate cost :: Approximate total of $35 from a Hot Dollar Shop
About the presenter
David Pavich - painting a landscape
David Pavich is represented by Rex Livingston, the well-known Sydney art dealer. David has had 18 solo exhibitions and has been part of numerous group exhibitions in both Australia and overseas.
Please visit www.davidpavich.com
David teaches Plein Air Landscape. The course involves drawing or painting outdoors around three various locations in the Mosman area. The locations are varied each term.
David has taught a wide range of students both young and old, male and female, complete beginners to advanced students. David says that the beginners are often understandably quite nervous at their first class but astounded at times by their rapid progress during the course. This motivation is also inspired by having some of the regular students working around them. "This course is a great opportunity for students who not only love drawing or painting but to get up close to nature and discover locations they may not have visited before."