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Live Art Workshops: Painting - Colour your World.

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Our responses to colour, and choices of colour are very personal, and it times - without the knowledge of colour schemes and mixing colour – are very difficult. Learn how to have fun with colour and make your art & design world come alive – understanding colour will influence the way you make colour and the colours you you create. During this workshop learners will look at developing an understanding of colour mixing and how to put colours together within a colour scheme. Buying a ready made colour wheel is useful, but creating your own colour wheel and DOING the colour mixing is a far better method of coming to understand the process of creating and applying colour. In a full day of instruction you will cover learning about warm and cool colours and their placement in an image - using primary colours only – plus white and black, learn how to make and apply any and every colour you will ever need by both completing a colour wheel and colour scheme examples. Acrylic paint and selected paper will be provided for you to create your colour wheel and samples to take home.

3 brushes, canvas.
Selected acrylic papers
Selected acrylic paints
1 A4 size sketch book
Water container/rags
Masking tape

Date: 12 Feb 2022    
9.30am - 4:00pm

Location: Montville Studio

Address: 184 Main Street, Montville QLD 4560

Cost: $180.00


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Workshop Artist: Lizzie Connor

Lizzie Connor is a professional artist and tutor with approximately 30 years’ experience as both. Originally from Sorrento on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, she has lived in many places around Australia and now resides at Mudjimba Beach, on the Sunshine Coast. Lizzie has won many awards in South East Queensland, and to date and has held approximately 24 solo exhibitions and a number of joint exhibitions.

Her art tutoring has taken her to many places including the Greek Islands, Norfolk Island and a regular annual week of drawing and painting in Fiji, as well as working and completing residencies interstate. Her works are created from the natural world and particularly the ocean and beach environment where she has spent all her life, and has spent many years creating methods that now have become instinct. Different trends come and go, and she hopes her artwork will stand the test of time and remain as relevant to its source as the day it was created.