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Summer at Patchings
with Tutor Liz Wood
An online course will be delivered through a series of web-based sessions designed for those who have some knowledge of Oil Painting. A welcome introduction giving suggestions for basic materials needed throughout the course and an opportunity to ask questions before we begin.
The course comprises of 3 Sessions - 1 session will be released each month (Dates shown below) including the resources required to complete the session, this will include both written and video instruction.
Session 1 will be released on Monday 22 June, work to be finished and uploaded for gallery and review preparation by 13 July
Session 2 will be released on Monday 13 July, work to be finished and uploaded for gallery and review preparation by 3 August
Session 3 will be released on Monday 3 August, work to be finished and uploaded for gallery and review preparation by 24 August
A form will be available on the Course Home Page where you can ask the Tutor or easily send your picture for review.
The course includes an online tuition Video Review as a class collective and support between sessions if required.
Online Art School Oil Painters Gallery and Review dates -
Session 1 : Onwards from Saturday 18 July
Session 2 : Onwards from Saturday 8 August
Session 3 : Onwards from Saturday 29 August
Please note that all paintings will be identified using first names only.
This administration sounds very official, but the important aim is that you enjoy your art in the company of fellow painters, and we’ll share our work learning from each other.
Once you have purchased this course you will be able to access the content via the relevant link on the Art School Home Page. You will be asked to Log In which will then give you access to this course.
Summer at Patchings
with Tutor Chas Wood
Patchings Summer Term Watercolour Course delivered through our newly designed website. All three sessions this term are brought to your home online. The course is designed for those who have some knowledge of the medium of watercolour.
This course comprises of 3 Sessions - one released each month on the dates shown below each session section.
Each class will include the teaching package required to complete the session. Other resources include video presentations, downloadable images and instructions, gallery showing completed work, individual and group critique. To assist further an easy to follow facility to send in photographs of your work with any accompanying comments. There may be the odd surprise too!
Session 1 - to be released on Monday 22 June.
Completed work required by 13 July
Session 2 - to be released on Monday 13 July.
Completed work required by 3 August
Session 3 to be released on Monday 3 August
Completed work required by 24 August
A form will be available on the Course Home Page for any questions. Here you will find the simple process to send in your picture for the gallery page and critique.At the conclusion of each session will be an online video reviewing the work of the group very much as would happen over coffee at Patchings.
The dates planned for the three video reviews are as follows:-
Session 1 : Saturday 18 July
Session 2 : Saturday 8 August
Session 3 : Saturday 29 August
Once you have purchased this course you will be able to access the programme for each session via the link provided after you have logged in.
Should you have any queries about the course or the process of enrolling, please let us know.
Although we are unable to meet at Patchings, we hope you will find this new way of working together both enjoyable and fulfilling.
Thank you for taking part and in doing so support Patchings and our on going work.
During this course the materials required will be from the following list:-
Ultramarine Blue, Cobalt Blue, Cerulean Blue
Cadmium Red, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber,Alizarin Crimson
Cadmium Yellow, Raw Sienna, Raw Umber, Cadmium Lemon or Lemon Yellow.
Gouache white and watercolour white (both optional)
Please do not worry if you do not have this complete palette.
Range of watercolour brushes. Masking fluid or drawing gum - optional.
Not surface (cold press) watercolour paper, ideally a heavy paper (300llb, 250llb or 200llb)) to avoid the need to stretch.