Join professional oil painter Paul Alcock for this fun and informative 45 minute Arty Class live from the UK. Taking place on Tuesday 9th February at 2PM UK time.


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In this introductory oil painting session you will experience the joy of working with this ancient and forgiving medium. Paul will show you how to set out your pallet and how to keep your colours looking fresh, as well as simple mark making and how to make adjustments.


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Recommended materials required

• Painting support: A painting surface such as a prepared board, canvas or oil painting paper approx 10” x 12” in size plus a scrap surface such as board on which to experiment • Pallet - Preferably flat pallet. A traditional wooden pallet or a disposable pallet • Solvent – Preferably a low odour solvent or white spirit • Container for solvent/ medium (a tin or jar will be fine) • Rags or Kitchen roll – For cleaning up • Optional: An Easel, Oil painting medium – This can be a free standing or table easel • A painting medium such as Linsead oil or Liquin might be useful if you have any available • Oil colours used: Titanium white Cadmium Yellow Cadmium Yellow Light or Lemon yellow Raw Sienna Ultramarine Blue (Warm) Cerulean Blue (Cool) Alizarin Crimson (Warm) Cadmium Red (Warm) Burnt Umber • Brushes: A selection of oil painting brushes

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Join oil painter Paul Alcock live from the UK on Tuesday 16th February at 3:30PM UK time for this joyous workshop where he will walk you through a sunset scene with a boat as the true focal point.

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In this workshop Paul will go into great depth about the materials and process of oil painting, outlining some of the options artists have when developing a painting in oils.


The workshop will cover the setting out of your pallet and advantages and disadvantages of different surfaces, brushes and paints. The setting out of the painting and drawing of boats whilst keeping the colours looking fresh and how to avoid muddying your colours will be explored. Mark making and making adjustments as well as mixing and matching colours and paint consistency and application will be addressed.


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Recommended materials required

• Painting support: A painting surface such as a prepared board, canvas or oil painting paper approx 10” x 12” in size plus a scrap surface such as board on which to experiment • Pallet - Preferably flat pallet. A traditional wooden pallet or a disposable pallet • Solvent – Preferably a low odour solvent or white spirit • Container for solvent/ medium (a tin or jar will be fine) • Rags or Kitchen roll – For cleaning up • Optional: An Easel, Oil painting medium – This can be a free standing or table easel • A painting medium such as Linsead oil or Liquin might be useful if you have any available • Oil colours used: Titanium white Cadmium Yellow Cadmium Yellow Light or Lemon yellow Raw Sienna Ultramarine Blue (Warm) Cerulean Blue (Cool) Alizarin Crimson (Warm) Cadmium Red (Warm) Burnt Umber • Brushes: A selection of oil painting brushes

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Join professional artist Jane Betteridge for this relaxing 45 minute Arty Class where you will create a vibrant uplifting Summer meadow scene. Taking place on Tuesday 2nd February at 2PM UK time.


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Using watercolours in a wet-in-wet technique you will learn how to create distance using colour, brush strokes and mark making and find out which colours are friendly and unfriendly to one another.


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Recommended materials list:

• A good quality watercolour paper, size roughly 28 x 28cms • A selection of watercolour brushes including a rigger • White acrylic ink • Colourful, vibrant watercolour paints such as:- Lunar blue Leaf green Cadmium lemon Opera rose Intense violet Phthalo blue Olive green French ultramarine

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