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The first of our 2020 festival workshop announcements!
An opportunity to practice plein air painting in oils with Haidee-Jo Summers, member of the Royal Institute of Oil painters, in the special setting of Russell House, where Sargent famously painted Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose
Learn about Haidee-Jo’s fresh and vibrant approach to capturing the light and working outside from life with economy and simplicity.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for keen oil painters!
Tickets on sale through the website at 10am on Good Friday
Please note is will be fine to work in acrylics too.
This workshop requires some level of painting experience – not suitable for complete beginners.
Limited to a maximum of 12 participants
£200 per person for the two days
Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10am on Good Friday
Qualify for priority booking by becoming a Benefactor of Broadway Arts Festival – find the details at
About Haidee-Jo Summers:
Awarded Artist of the Year 2012 by the Society of All Artists and one of the few artists chosen by the BBC to paint the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Pageant from the Millennium bridge, Haidee-Jo is a full-time professional artist known for painting landscapes and seascapes ‘en plein air’.
Her work can be seen regularly at the Mall galleries London where she exhibits with the Royal Society of Marine Artists, the New English Art Club and the Royal Institute of Oil painters of which society she was elected a full member in 2016. Haidee-Jo writes regularly for The Artist magazine and is proud to be one of their three editorial consultants, alongside Ken Howard RA and David Curtis ROI RSMA. Her first book on oil painting, ‘Vibrant Oils’ (published by Search Press), has been republished in Spanish, Italian, French and Chinese. She also has a popular DVD which shares the same name. Although oils are very much her preferred medium, in the 1990’s Haidee-Jo produced a large body of work for the Encyclopaedia of Watercolour Techniques book. In recent years she has been invited to judge UK and international plein air events, after previously winning many prizes for her work which features fresh and vibrant brushwork coupled with keen drawing and observational skills.