The emphasis in this class is to investigate the subject of landscape through expressive painting and experimental printmaking. The first half of the course explores techniques of acrylic painting often using reference images as a steppingstone. Concepts are explored in class through exercises demonstrated by the teacher. These exercises touch on colour theory, paint application, composition, abstraction and the pictorial elements and principles of art in relation to landscape painting
Guidance is given and notes are provided on a regular basis. Students are encouraged to find their own voice and explore a subject matter within the landscape that inspires them.
- Aspects of composition in landscape painting
- Colour mixing and some colour theory
- Experimental mark making techniques
- Tips on how to use and make the most out of reference photographs
- Use of different acrylic mediums
- How to approach painting landscapes in an experimental way
- Ways of abstracting a landscape
Suitable for: All levels
Bridget completed a Fine Art degree in 1997 (UK) and moved to Australia to pursue her love of the bush which inspires her as a painter and printmaker. She is a qualified art teacher and enjoys sharing her skills teaching art within the community.
At her home studio she works predominantly in acrylic and monoprint interpreting the landscape through mark making techniques and experimental colour. Bridget is an active member of the Printmakers association of WA and exhibits regularly.
Tuesday 9.00 – 11.30am
26 July - 16 August, 2022
- Members - $115
- Members-Earlybird- $110 (avail 30 May -24 June, 2022)
- Non-Members - $140