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What about painting from photographs?
Have you wondered how to start a painting? Whether to use brush charcoal or pencil? What to look for to make it interesting?
Have you ever felt a painting was not quite finished but unsure what it needed? A certain something, but not sure exactly what? Sometimes it’s the bare bones of the painting that aren’t quite right. Sometimes it is only one element or perhaps two – an easier fix.
Solutions – Painting from photographs
I have designed a short course designed around painting from photographs. It will give you the basic tools build up a painting and to see what’s needed as you go along. You will try out a new visual approach to painting and find ways of solving your painting problems.
You will relish your new approach. And with practice it will give you more freedom and fluency.
Painting from a Photograph will give you key understanding about the essential elements of painting composition.
I believe that painting from photographs is easy the “way in” to landscape painting. It controls your subject matter to a great degree while still allowing some freedom of choice in your approach.
If this sounds like something that will help you, here’s your chance to get on board.
Be quick! There are only a couple of spots available. And after this broadcast the spots will fill.
Starting date is October 5th. Classes will run on Thursday mornings, 9.30-12.30 for 4 weeks with the last one on October 26th.
Fees are $145 for the 4 sessions of 3 hours each. If you are a newsletter subscriberyou can enrol for the special price of $130. You can sign up here now if you wish! Either way, take the step and register before the spaces fill.YES! HELP ME WITH MY PAINTING