Introduction to Watercolours continuers (4 Week Course) (Term 2 May-June)
Come and learn watercolours techniques and add on the skills you have learnt. This class focuses on different brush application techniques and blending, how to illustrate and draw your subject, you can even learn how to create your own cards with your watercolours.
Each lesson will have simple and aesthetically attractive project to complete including botanicals - cards, still life, and illustration. Create a small collection of colourful and charming artworks that will be ready to frame and display.
- A4 pad of good quality watercolour paper such as Arches or similar.
- 3 nylon brushes in a small, medium and large size (such as size 1, 5, and 10).
- Watercolour palette (Winsor & Newton recommended, but a small beginners palette of any brand will suffice).
Spares are available if you forget but it's good to have your own so you can go home and practice your new found skills.
Duration: 4 x 1.5 hour sessions, once weekly for 4 consecutive weeks
Date & Time: Tuesdays, 12pm - 1:30pm
- 25 May 2021
- 1 June
- 8 June
- 15 June
Location: 186B Victoria Rd, Drummoyne
(Free parking is available on Victoria Rd from 10am-3pm and there is plenty of parking on surrounding streets)
Bookings must be made by 5 May 2021.
All classes come with our nanny service so you can learn the relaxing art watercolours and get some 'me time'!
If you don't have a child with you and don't need nanny service please use code: Childfree for 10% off.
About your teacher:
Monika Diak is an artist based in the Blue Mountains who works predominantly in watercolours and illustrations. Her work has appeared in children’s books, on the covers of Sci-Fi Young Adult novels, and in exhibitions across Australia, Japan, Europe and the UK.
She has a BFA from the National Art School (majoring in Printmaking) and completed her Honours in 2020 at the Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, where she received the Artereal Gallery Mentorship Award.
For more information on Monika, visit: