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During this 1 day workshop you will be encouraged to focus on the core principles of painting to free up your acrylics and you will learn techniques for painting loosely in layers. The day will begin with a discussion about the materials followed by some exercises and a demonstration painting highlighting the process.
Paul has been painting and teaching for 30 years, and he has won many awards including the Chaoshan Watercolour award at the RI Painters in Watercolours exhibition 2022.

“I draw my inspiration from historical connections using layers of colour, texture, shapes and patterns applied with energy and feeling. My main inspiration is light, and the effects created by the contrasts of shadows.”  www.talbot-greaves.com

This event will take place at the Lifford Hall in the centre of Broadway.

Suitable for all abilities.

Tickets £75  (15 available)

Tickets go on sale through the website in March, and 1 week earlier for Benefactors of the festival who qualify for Priority Booking.

You can become a Benefactor for as little as £50 and support our Outreach Projects in doing so, applications are now open

Materials to bring:
Reference material to work from (usually a few photographs), acrylic paints, (bring your own colours including titanium white and buff titanium), matt medium, surface to work on such as acrylic paper or canvas, spare paper for exercises, brushes, waterpot, palette, kitchen roll, masking tape, Water spray, 6B pencil, putty rubber, table covering, old shirt or apron.

Materials provided:
Spare reference photos

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