Updated: Jan 13

Join professional artist Keiko Tanabe as she helps you explore and capture the magic of Venice at night. Taking place on Thursday 28th January at 3:15pm UK time.

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Keiko will demonstrate how to paint a beautiful nocturne of a Venetian canal, exploring the wonderful symbol of Venice. You will learn more in detail about fundamental watercolour techniques and design elements such as what makes a good composition, the importance of planning certain aspects, tonal values, edge management and how to finish a painting.


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Materials required

- Paper: rough or cold-pressed, 140Lb/300gr watercolour paper. 12x16 inches or similar. Any brand of your choice. Professional quality recommended. - Brush: round or flat for a wash; round, liner, rigger for smaller details - Paints: raw sienna, burnt sienna, lemon yellow, sepia, pthalo blue, cobalt blue, alizarin crimson, cadmium red, pthalo green, turquoise, and any of your favourite colours

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Updated: 2 days ago

Join professional artist John Crump in New Zealand for this entertaining, informative (and even surprising) 45min Arty Class. Filmed live on 19th January 2021.

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In this short class, John intends to create a sketch of breaking waves but, having lost his only sketching pencil, turns to his trusted oil paints! It's a Arty Class first in more ways than one :)


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The completed Arty Class painting:

Materials required


Notebook or sketchbook and a good pen or sketching pencil.

Updated: Jan 15

Join professional artist John Crump, live from New Zealand on Tuesday 2nd February at 6pm UK time where he will walk you through painting moving waves against immovable rocks using oil paints.

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Through John's a' La Prima style he will show you how you can make them more real creating a true focal point. In his workshop John will inspire you not only to love what you paint but to paint what you love.


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Materials required

6 large brushes (size 12 long bristle chisel tip, hog brittle with taklon fibre mix)

Winsor and Newton 'liquin original' oil paints Winsor blue (red shade), venetian red, winsor green, titanium white, cadmium lemon, cadmium yellow pale, gold ocre, cadmium orange, permanent rose, cadmium red, magenta]

Fredrix canvas, poly flax blend, ready primed

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