Current fees for our two day workshops start from $55 per day for members and $75 per day for non-members. Please check the amounts for each workshop as these amounts are subject to change. Preference is given to members.
Workshop times: Workshops are held on Saturday and Sunday. Please arrive at 9.15am for 9.30am start. We finish at 4.00pm.
Workshop Location: The Entrance Community Centre, corner of Norberta Street and Oakland Avenue, The Entrance NSW.
To book a workshop please contact the workshop coordinator Susie Linigen on 0401566379 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do not pay any money until you have contacted Susie and she has confirmed there is a vacancy.
Click here for the Workshop Application Form: WORKSHOP BOOKING FORM
After your booking and payment has been confirmed you will be sent a materials list for each workshop.
Chan Dissanayake Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 February 2020
Chan Dissanayake is one of Australia’s leading watercolour artist’s living in Canberra ACT.
His mastery in watercolour is manifested by the vast varying subject matter that he tackles from rural landscapes, urban city scapes to coastal seascapes. In 2017, Chan received the ultimate accolade for an Australian Watercolourist, when he was elected to the Australian Watercolour Institute. Known for his innovative approach to teaching and generosity in sharing his knowledge, Chan has gained considerable reputation as an outstanding tutor. He conducts workshops throughout Australia and leads international painting tours. He is a multi-award winning watercolourist, currently, teaches watercolour at the Australia National University (ANU). Chan has contributed many articles to leading art publications including International Artist, Australian Artist and Artists Palette.
His quick and direct approach to watercolour has earned him much success and respects both nationally and internationally.
Rob Candy Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 March 2020
Born in Melbourne, Rob began painting watercolours at Kur-ring-gai during the 80’s and at the Royal Art Society of NSW. He has a degree in Geography and this informs his analysis of and appreciation for the landscape.
He is a passionate traveller and has taken numerous groups overseas including China, India, Vietnam and Cambodia and the Balkans.
Greg Allen Friday 17 April, Saturday 18 April and Sunday 19 April
Greg Allen has been a professional watercolour painter for nearly forty years, having had many solo and group exhibitions in both Australia and overseas.
He is represented in books and instructional videos. He is also one of the elite 20 Melbourne Painters, and has represented Travelrite International on their art tours every year since 2001.
He has also won Australia’s biggest prize in watercolour five times (Camberwell).
He lives in Melbourne.