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16 Aug 2017 to 17 Aug 2017

'London: Following the Changes' 2-day workshop with Paul Newland NEAC RWS

This is a 2-day workshop about investigation and exploration. It will take place near or within St James's, with the Mall Galleries Learning Centre as a base. The aim is to record your evolving perceptions of place. The space, changing light, architecture, traffic and human activity may all be seen in numerous ways and in the course of these these two days we want you to explore your own vision of these phenomena. This may be done with numerous studies, or with one large work. You may enrol for one day only if you wish. There will be a plenery session at lunchtime and at the end of each working day.

About your tutor: Paul Newland NEAC RWS makes paintings which essentially combine memory with imagination and observation. His works often evolve over a long period of time in an on/off sort of way. More recently he has begun to paint outside in oil paint where chance and accident have become part of his working process. Paul is also a member of the Royal Watercolour Society and has exhibited widely. He has won many awards including The Discerning Eye Purchase Prize in 2014.

Venue

Mall Galleries Learning Centre
The Mall, London SW1

Price

£55.00 for one day. £100.00 for both days.

There is a 10% discount for Friends of the New English and students with an appropriate student number booking online. If you are a student you will be asked to provide your Student ID at the workshop. If you are eligible for a discount please email classes@neac.co.uk stating which discount you are eligible for and you will be emailed a special code to use when booking your tickets.

Dates & times

Wednesday 16 & Thursday 17 August 2017 

10:30–16:00

Materials

Pastels, chalks, charcoal, gumstrip for stretching paper [Paul can demonstrate this if you are unfamiliar with the process], toned pastel-type paper, plus some cartridge paper.

If you would like to paint then a selection of watercolours and/or some gouache, and a range of brushes [sable or sable type]. A suitable heavy watercolour paper is also advised.

Works for sale

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