Join artist and experienced educator, Jane Lander, gaining new skills in portrait painting with acrylic paints. This medium is vibrant and versatile, offering you a wide range of textures, colours and consistences. Jane will share her expertise, teaching you how to create portraits using both brush and palette knife techniques. You'll gain confidence mixing colours, building layers, blending and using glazing techniques to add new depth to your portrait work.
In these guided classes run over four weeks, you'll learn to take small risks often to increase your confidence, develop your skill and find reward in your creative development.
Jane has an established practice with over 30 years experience. Her work is held in many collections including the Newcastle Art Gallery, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Maitland Art Gallery, Muswellbrook Art Gallery and Broken Hill Art Gallery. Lander has been a finalist in many national prizes including The Dobell Drawing Prize, The Blake Travelling Art Prize, The NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting prize and The Kilgour Art Prize, now held annually at Newcastle Art Gallery. Jane holds a Bachelor of Teaching (secondary, visual arts).
This workshop runs over four (4) weeks on Thursday mornings starting on 11 November through until 2 December
What you get:
You'll receive expert guidance and tuition from a nationally recognised, award-winning artist.
We supply all materials including paper, brushes and acrylics.
What to bring:
Please byo water bottle and snacks if required
Your lovely, creative self :)