12th September - George Boyter
My 4 Stage Method for Watercolour Success
About the Artist
George studied Drawing & painting to Degree level at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee.
After a career as a Creative Director in the Advertising sector he took up Watercolour painting with serious intent in 2015. He has studied under modern day masters of the medium, Joseph Zbukvic and Alvaro Castagnet.
About the Workshop
George will do a painting demonstrating the 4 different stages and the importance of mixing pigment on the paper to achieve Lost and Found Edges.
Following this, artists will work on their own painting from their own reference photos of a landscape of their choice. George will be available for any guidance/encouragement etc.
Materials for the Workshop
George has a preference for artists to work on 16" x 12" 140lb ROUGH textured paper such as Saunders Waterford or Bockingford and for artists to have their paper taped to a board at an angle.
Attendees should bring a selection of photo references of landscapes.
This could get messy so please bring something to cover the table and floor
We will be restricting the number of members attending to 25 to ensure we can maintain social distancing. To aid this the workshop will be for members only.
To attend this workshop you must pre-book via the Network Arts email account and pre-pay to the Network Arts PayPal account. We will not be able to allow you entry to the workshop unless you have pre-booked and pre-paid.
The wearing of face coverings at all times except in the cafe area will be mandatory.
We will not be able to have a drinks/biscuits trolley so please either bring your own or use the cafe facilities
Please avoid sharing equipment or paint tubes
Please clean up after using the bar area and your table