- 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: email@example.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 forms 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:
Mignon Parker’s workshop is on 16th & 17th June. Mignon is a Sydney based artist whose work is not limited to one style. She has remained a prolific artist during her career, teaching and conducting workshops at Northbridge School of Arts, Art East School of Art at Leichhardt, Grafton Artsfest, Art in Action, Mitchell School of Creative Arts at CSU, McGregor Schools Uni of South QLD Bribie Island Artfest and many other workshops state-wide. For further information on Mignon check out her website here: www.mignonparker.com
Anne Brack has a one day workshop on 23rd June– she will be demonstrating Animals & Landscapes. Students should bring their usual paints and art equipment and reference photos of an animal & flowers or even insects to be a bit different.
Anne is a member of numerous art societies including The Royal Arts Society of New South Wales and has just been granted Life Membership with the Central Coast Watercolour Society.
Her work covers all mediums including watercolour, oil, pastel, pen and wash and mixed media. It has been presented in numerous exhibitions and hangs in public and private collections in Germany, Japan (The Mayor’s Collection at Edagowa), America, New Zealand, Tasmania and the Central Coast.
To quote her feelings about her work, “Art will always be my great love, bringing with it the magic of time and space and powers of healing. Watercolour offers a link between this world and the spiritual world, bringing together the whole of these things. THE TOTAL EXPERIENCE”. She adds, “Watercolour! what could be more beautiful ? It is the Total Journey” See more of Anne’s work at this link: http://www.milansagar.com/art/Anne_Brack/art_AnneBrack.html
Rob Candy has a two day workshop on 21st & 22nd July. Born in Melbourne, Rob began painting watercolours at Ku-ring-gai Art Centre with Owen Thompson and at the Royal Art Society of NSW with Frederick Bates OAM. Rob is a passionate traveller and has taken numerous groups through China including a watercolour tour along the Silk Road. Rob has led many other watercolour tours including Tibet, Lhasa, Xian and a cruise along the Yangtze River and through Turkey. See more of Rob’s work at his website: www.robcandy.com
Cheryl Sun is holding a one day workshop on 28th July. Cheryl graduated with a degree in Fine Arts Majoring in Industrial Design and gravitates towards the more interpretive and impressionist style of painting. Her specialist areas are Dreamy Flowers and Landscapes. Book early to avoid disappointment. You can see more of Cheryl’s art at https://www.facebook.com>cherylsunart