with Rob and Sian Dudley
Mondays: 10 am - 1 pm & 2 - 5 pm
20 April - 6 July 2020
(No session: 25 May)
Amrita Room, on the first floor
No classes until further notice
These weekly watercolour classes are relaxed and informal, but very informative. The classes are open to all abilities, from complete beginners who want to learn the basics of watercolour, to the more experienced painter looking for inspiration.
Rob and Siân are experienced, fully qualified teachers. While Rob’s preferred subject matter is landscape based, and Siân’s enjoys painting florals, portraits and still life, their teaching ethos is to teach techniques, enabling students to apply the skills learned to paint their own choice of subject matter. They enjoy sharing their extensive knowledge of watercolour with their students, and are genuinely thrilled when students exceed their own
Sessions include a mix of demonstrations, exercises and experimentation. Students are encouraged to bring along their own projects to work on. If you are not sure whether this is the right watercolour class for you why not come along for a single session before deciding whether to commit to the remainder of the term. under the helpful guidance of the tutors.
Taster session: £15
Cost: Students joining part way though a term pay initially for one trial class (£15), then for the remainder of that term at £12 per session.
Students bring their own materials.
Both Rob and Siân have growing reputations nationally and internationally as art tutors. They are both regular contributors to The Artists and Illustrators Magazine. Some of their step-by-step tutorials can be found on the magazine’s website.
Siân is the author of ‘Painting Flowers, A Creative Approach’; Rob is the author of “painting Rivers From Source to Sea’; both books were published in 2018. Their latest book “Painting Trees: Colour, Line and Texture through the Seasons’, written together, was published in July 2019. Both are very popular tutors for ArtTutor.com, a web based tutorial site with a large international following.