After scooping up awards in our very own Open Exhibition we are extremely happy to welcome artist Diana Boanas to the festival as a workshop leader in 2020.
Participants will learn how to use variation of line and tonal values to describe transparent and shiny objects in watercolour.
This workshop is aimed at artists who have some watercolour experience, will take the form of two exercises and is based on tonal values rather than specific colour.
If you have a little or a lot of watercolour experience, come and spend an enjoyable two hours discovering techniques for painting convincing textures. We will explore the mixing and layering of dark colours, which will bring your work to life.
What you need to bring with you:
There will be paper available if required.
We will email you the latest competition news, keep you up-to-date on the festival, let you know when competitions open and publicise prize-winners.
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