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Art Workshop - 'Light & Mood' theme - Create your own masterpiece!

By juliamakin  |  Posted: August 28, 2012

Date:
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Repeats:
Every Week until Tuesday, September 18, 2012
Location:
PL27 7NR
Details:
Cornwall Art Studio in Wadebridge offers a variety of workshops in our dedicated art studio. Our light, airy studio provides a friendly creative environment.

Whether you are a beginner, or a more experienced artist, you will be able to work at your own pace with the level of support that you require.

The theme for Tuesday 11 September & Tuesday 18 September is 'Light & Mood'. You will be given, step by step guidance to accomplish your very own painting on cotton canvas using acrylic paints.

Cornwall is a wonderful place to explore light and mood, from the rugged coastline to bleak moorland. Focusing on how the light can create mood & atmosphere in a painting, we will be using a limited colour palette. We will look at colour, colour mixing and blending with a Cornish Sea and Landscapes theme.

Workshops will run from 10am to 2pm and the cost for each session is £25. All equipment and materials - Easels, brushes, palettes, paints, canvas will be provided as well as those deserved refreshments.

Booking is essential - we have a limited amount of places for each session. You can do this through our web site or by calling Julia on 07799 473726.

Visit our web site for more information, including a full list of workshop & exhibition dates. You can even see some of the fantastic artwork created at our workshops in our online gallery.
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Cornwall Art Studio - Wadebridge

Cornwall Art Studio - Wadebridge

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