Watercolour Journaling at the Honest Lawyer is always special. The scenery is gorgeous and offers great atmospheric perspective. Also, we could explore getting texture into our work using salt and splatter, and practice an easy approach painting rocks.
The beauty of watercolour journaling is that you create your paintings just for yourself. Your journaling book represents your memories, places that you have been to, and experiences. You look at your little painting and remember more about the location where you created it than a photo will ever be able to do. The watercolour journaling class started yesterday and we went to Washbourn Gardens, Richmond. The weather was perfect and the flowers were stunning.
Spaces are still available for this lovely studio based class: Watercolours for All Levels. 20 Feb – 26 March 2020, Thursday 1 - 3pm (6 weeks), Fee: $120 for 6x2 hours (materials not included) Location: Nicole Russell Art Studio at 29 Park Drive, Richmond/Nelson 7020 Material List: A full list of materials required is available at Impressions, Richmond or on the website www.nicolerussellart.com under Watercolour for All Levels. To enrol please contact: Nicole Russell 0223786099 [email protected] www.NicoleRussellArt.com Watercolour Classes…
Act fast if you would like to take part at the Watercolour Journaling Class starting 13th February 2020. There is only 1 spot left! If you are interested in taking part please contact me here or check the art classes on my website.
Here are some photos of last term's art classes. I could teach Painting for All Levels at Waimea College and Watercolour Classes. We had a lot of fun and even tried out some encaustic art since it was requested by one of my students. Next term we will continue with different aspects of art, since there is always something new to discover. These are the start dates for next term: Painting for All Levels: 24th February 2020 Watercolours for All…
Yesterday the watercolour Journaling Class started with a surprisingly gorgeous day. We could see rain around us but Washbourn Gardens stayed dry. Here are some photos.
Colour exploration is so much fun and eye opening. Which colours harmony did the artists follow? Complementary colours, triads, analogous? Which colour combination do you like best? Here are some of my students' artworks at the recent watercolour class.
Monday 6.30 – 9.00 pm (6 weeks per school term) Term 4 starts 21 October 2019 A fun and relaxed painting class for the beginner through to the experienced artist. Choose your medium to paint in (eg: acrylics, oils or watercolours). Each session will begin with a short introduction on a different subject (eg: colour theory, values, perspective, figures, composition, painting from live vs. photograph). Then the lesson will continue “one on one” to further develop and explore your own…
This is some of the artwork produced by my Watercolour for Beginners class. Gorgeous work and thank you for being such lovely students! The next class with space available is Watercolour Journaling and starts on 7th November 2019.
28 August 2019, 12-2pm Wall To Wall Art Gallery, 112 Bridge Street, Nelson Painting the Still Life in Watercolour