CENTRAL COAST WATERCOLOUR SOCIETY INC. – email: ccwsinc@gmail.com or ph: 0435 466 526

Workshops

  • WORKSHOP  PROGRAMME   – General Information

Current fees for our two day workshops are $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 depending on the demonstrator, also some interstate or international demonstrators may require a higher fee.

Non members are welcome to attend once the cut-off date has been applied for members to each workshop.

Workshop times: Please arrive at 9.15am for 9.30am start.  We finish at 3.30pm and tidy up until 4.00pm.

Workshop Location ….The Entrance Community Centre, Battley Avenue, The Entrance NSW.

To express your interest in attending a workshop please ring the workshop co-ordinator Sylvie Carter on Ph.  43 254535  or  0405534299 or email Sylvie at: carterwyoming@hotmail.com.  Do not pay any money until you have contacted Sylvie and she has confirmed there is a vacancy.  No-one is given a place until a vacancy is confirmed and their payment has been received by Sylvie.

Click here for the Workshop Application Form: Workshop Booking Form 2018

After your booking and payment has been confirmed you will be sent a materials list for each workshop.  See below for a list of up and coming workshops.

Other workshops coming up are:

Belinda Biggs has a one day workshop on 18th Aug.  Belinda lives on the shores of Lake Macquarie and is inspired by the flora and fauna of the area.  Belinda is a regular exhibitor in ‘Botanica’  at the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens and is a keen member of the Botanical Art Society of Aust, The American Watercolour Society and the Central Coast Watercolour Society.  Belinda will cover tonal drawing in her workshop.  You can check out Belinda’s art work at her website www.belindabiggs.com

PenWash-La-Roque-Gageac-169x300 Belinda Biggs

John Haycraft has a two day workshop on Aug 25th & 26th.  John is based at is studio in Sydney where he produces architectural illustrations for some  of Australia’s leading architectural firms, and teachers courses and workshops, on painting and drawing.  He has been the recipient of numerous awards and prizes recognising his work.  See more of John’s work at his website:   http://www.johnhaycraft.com/

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Susie Murphie has a two day workshop on 8th & 9th Sept. She has been a watercolour artist for over 30 years and loves to share her passion for watercolour painting through teaching.  She teaches a loose approach to painting. Very much ‘less is more’. I like to have fun in my lessons and do not hold back when someone is not doing the right thing… In the nicest possible way of course! I certainly give lots of praise too. I try to give students confidence in their ability and believe that you only need basic drawing skills with watercolour. If the paint is properly applied, you will end up with a lovely painting.”            http://www.susiemurphie.com/

susie murphie

Marlene Palagyi  –  is holding a two day workshop on 20th –  21st Oct.  Marlene Palagyi is a recognised talent on the Central Coast art scene, having taken up her life-long interest in painting at age 58 when she made the decision to seriously pursue her passion.

Marlene is developing a style which reflects her passion for the light, colour and textures of nature, and has found acceptance and praise for her work in exhibitions on the Central Coast. She now teaches Beginners classes and conducts workshops for local art groups. http://www.marlenepalagyi.com/

Marlene Palagyi

 

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