Explore how to make a large-scale painting of flowers, from arranging the flowers to the painting process. Learn colour theory, application techniques and composition to create life-like flowers. This course is for students with some acrylic painting experience.
What to bring:-
- Acrylic paint – Primary/Process yellow (light), Magenta, Cyan/Cerulean blue, black and white. Other colours that are useful but not essential – Prussian blue, Burn Umber, Yellow Oxide, Alizarine Crimon, Naples and Indian yello, Naphtol red, Matisse primary red, yellow and blue.
- 1 or 2 large canvases (min size 1mx1m)
- Small paint roller
- Brushes selection to include – large flat bristle, large round bristle, medium flat nylong, medium round nylon, small round nylon sizes and house painters brushes
- Palette (e.g. ice cream container lid is fine or a pro wet palette – rectangular)
- Water jar
- Apron or painting shirt
- Glad wrap
Tutor Joss Gregson
Joss Gregson is a prominent WA artist and a popular tutor at Fremantle Arts Centre.Read More