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Loose Botanical Watercolours with Lyn Evans

Loose Botanical Watercolours with Lyn Evans

Loose Botanical Watercolours with Lyn Evans

10am – 4pm
£75 Lunch included
Material Charges : £5 approx

Painting a Looser Botanical in Watercolour with Lyn Evans

Lyn likes to paint her watercolours largely from life, choosing blooms which will stay open for a couple of days. She likes interesting shapes so Iris, Lilies and Tulips feature largely in her work. Of course sometimes she uses a photograph, as flowers like peonies have a habit of exploding into life when you least expect it and its better to capture a required image in such cases. 

Lyn will teach you how to employ loose watercolour techniques, allowing the pigment and water combination to work their own magic without to much interference being necessary  and also using other tools, such as pens, inktense pencils, watercolour pencils, salt and twigs to be used along side your paints can also be used to obtain the beautiful effects from the watercolour.

Lyn will provide the watercolour paper and source material for students and ask that they bring paints, brushes (one no. 6,  one no. 12 ) and any other mark making tools they are interested in using. We will send out a list nearer the time.  At the end of the day everyone should have at lease one lovely work to take home.

 

Dates for this course - see the table below to book:

Thursday 4th June 2020

Typically this course runs with around 9 students. Suitable for all abilities including beginners.

Please bring: Lyn will being suitable source materials, please also bring any inspiration you may have. There may be a small fee payable to Lyn on the day for materials used. 

 About the Artist  I have painted throughout most of my life, from my years at Sunderland Art College to the present day,  I’m inspired mostly by the more unusual colours of nature. The early morning or late evening light, particularly during the Autumn months, is a favourite. I paint in oil, pastel and watercolours, each one bringing a different quality to the work.  So often it is the subject that will dictate the medium used.  Pastel is unsurpassed for colour and texture while oils excel in quality and the ability to move or blend.

Watercolour, with its more delicate character, is ideal for the beautiful misty days that we have in plenty in Cumbria.I paint everything and anything but landscape is my first love.So the countryside in which I live and the quality of light enjoy are present in all my work. My influences are Chien Chung Wei, the Taiwanese watercolourist, Iain Stewart, the Scottish watercolourist  (both of whom I have painted with) and  Casey Klahn the American pastelist.  

Workshop Date Individual Price Available places Book
Thu 4th June 2020 10:00 am £75.00 3
Quirky Workshops, Cumbria