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ART CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

Inspirational Day Workshops & Regular Art Classes at Pegasus Art

We strive to bring you the highest quality day workshops and regular art classes on offer in the region. Every year we devise a large programme of day workshops with top quality visiting tutors, sharing new techniques, inspirational themes and a creativity that helps to make Pegasus a really exciting artists hub. Whether you are a hobby artist, a total beginner or a professional wanting to refresh your skills, there is plenty on offer.

During term time, our team of experienced tutors teach morning and afternoon classes throughout the year in a variety of mediums. Read on to find out more about watercolour classes with Richard Callingham, Mixed Media with Sue Rae, Max Hale's new courses that change medium each term to take you on a learning journey, Paul Fowler's Life Drawing and Drawing Skills classes, Alison Vickery's mixed media and exploratory courses and oil painting every Friday with Rob Collins RCA. When term begins, the buzz in Studio One is fantastic. It's a great sociable and learning environment.

We also offer art workshops for young creatives to keep them busy in the holidays! Dynamic duo, Liz Lancashire & Tam Inglis of Art Sparks teach the younger group aged 6 - 11 years - their imaginative themes are unrivalled, super inspiring and at times, mind boggling! Freelance illustrator Imogen Harvey-Lewis teaches the older group (11 - 16 year olds) helping them to fill their sketchbooks, focusing on design led art, illustration and drawing - something completely different to their school syllabus.

Join our artist community, learn new skills, garner advice and support and of course, stock up on the finest quality art materials. We look forward to welcoming you to Pegasus Art.

Please refer to our Terms & Conditions before booking your workshop.

All workshop and art class attendees receive 5% off in our extensive mill shop, next to Studio One. If you are joining us for a workshop, please bring a packed lunch as there is no café at Griffin Mill.

To book a space on a course or workshop, or to find out more information, please contact us.

WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASSES

Painting with Oil & Cold Wax with Nicki Heenan:
30th Mar 2019
Parent & Child Easter Workshop with Art Sparks:
9th Apr 2019
Chocolate Painting Easter Workshop with Art Sparks:
10th Apr 2019
Paint Like Van Gogh with Sarah Wimperis:
12th Apr 2019
Monoprinting with Steve Dixon:
13th Apr 2019
Love Sketchbooks with Imogen Harvey-Lewis:
15th Apr 2019
Love Sketchbooks with Imogen Harvey-Lewis:
16th Apr 2019
Oil Painting for Beginners with Max Hale:
23rd & 24th Apr 2019
Art of the Sketchbook with Mel Cormack-Hicks:
27th Apr 2019
Coast & Beach in Watercolour with Max Hale:
4th May 2019
Travels With My Paintbrush Illustrated Tale by Sarah Wimperis:
11th May 2019
Drawing Workshop with Paul Fowler:
13th & 14th May 2019
Painting Tree Landscapes in Mixed Media with Fiona McIntyre MA:
25th May 2019
Art Talk & Watercolour Demo with Schmincke & Barry Herniman:
28th May 2019
Plein Air For Beginners with David 'DJ' Johnson:
1st Jun 2019
Experiental Landscapes in Mixed Media with Mel Cormack-Hicks:
8th Jun 2019
Van Gogh Portraits with Sarah Wimperis:
14th Jun 2019
Becoming Vincent Talk with Sarah Wimperis:
14th Jun 2019
Drawn to Look - Drawing Workshop with Susan Kester:
15th Jun 2019
Painting The Vines with Lucy Kent:
17th & 18th Jun 2019
Abstracts for Everyday Artists with Max Hale:
22nd & 23rd Jun 2019
Easy Lino Printing with Susie Hetherington:
29th Jun 2019
Cottages & Countryside with Max Hale:
27th Jul 2019
Simple Woodblock Printing with Rod Nelson:
6th & 7th Sep 2019
Pen & Wash Landscapes with Max Hale:
14th Sep 2019
Woodland Textures in Acrylic with David 'DJ' Johnson:
28th Sep 2019
Charcoal Portraits with Fiona McIntyre:
5th Oct 2019
Drawn to Look - Drawing Workshop with Susan Kester:
12th Oct 2019
Painting the Aurora with David 'DJ' Johnson:
26th Oct 2019
Easy Lino Printing with Susie Hetherington:
2nd Nov 2019
Sunlight Seascapes in Acrylics with David 'DJ' Johnson:
16th Nov 2019
Extreme En Plein Air Demo & Talk with David 'DJ' Johnson:
16th Nov 2019
Paint Portraits With Character with Mark Fennell RBSA:
23rd Nov 2019
Experiental Landscapes in Mixed Media with Mel Cormack-Hicks:
7th Dec 2019

Workshop Leaflets 2019

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REGULAR ART CLASSES

All students who regularly attend a course will receive a 5% discount on purchases from Pegasus Art Shop.

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WORKSHOPS & MASTERCLASSES - FULL DETAILS

'Painting with Oil and Cold Wax' with Nicki Heenan

SATURDAY 30TH MARCH 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£80

All Abilities

An introductory course on working with oil paint and Cold Wax. You will explore the variety of ways cold wax can be used to ad translucency, texture and depth in oil painting. No matter whether you are an abstract or figurative artist, cold wax can be used in many different ways which I will demonstrate in the workshop and give you tips and direction to incorporate this into your own work. I have worked with cold wax for over ten years and there are some very exciting products on the market which we will work with. All abilities are welcome on this course, even if you haven’t ever tried cold wax before!

About Nicki: Born in London, Nicki Heenan moved to New-Zealand as a child. She studied Microbiology (MSc hons) at Auckland University, Art and Music. These areas of learning have formed an integral part of her work as an artist where the experimental methods of science are combined with an abstract visualisation of the landscape.

Nicki’s paintings are very much influenced by surface and substance. Colour is rendered in multi dimensional soft layers with glazing and wax infused with dry pigment. Nicki works in oil, cold wax, acrylic and watercolour.

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Nicki Heenan in studio Nicki Heenan - seascape painting with beach and rocky outcrop Nicki Heenan - landscape painting with yellow fields
    All students will need to bring the following materials:
  • 6 x Ampersand Gesso Boards 12” x 12” x 3mm deep. Alternatively, you can buy our woodcut blocks and prime them yourself (please ask Pegasus or Nicki if not sure)
  • Lino printing roller
  • Zest It Solvent
  • Zest It Medium
  • Oil Paints – whatever you have, or buy a starter set such as the Michael Harding Introductory Set from Pegasus Art
  • Broad brushes in various sizes
  • Dry pigments if you have them in two colours – Nicki will have some to try
  • Gloves that you can work in
  • 1 x roll of greaseproof paper
  • Tissue paper – not the blowing nose type!
  • Stiff card – credit card size or catalyst blade such as this one
  • Palette Knife such as the RGM Progrip Palette Knives
  • Baby wipes
  • Jam jar (for solvent, with lid)
  • A painting idea you’d like to try in cold wax
  • Nicki will provide the cold wax itself, so you don’t need to purchase this
  • - Don’t forget to bring a packed lunch and water with you as there is no café at Griffin Mill

We have plenty of options in the shop, with an extra 5% off for workshop attendees. We can advise you, so don’t worry if you’re not sure! The shop is open from 9am, so please do come before the workshop to purchase what you need.

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'Parent & Child' Easter Holidays Workshop with Art Sparks

TUESDAY 9TH APRIL 2019

10.00am - 1.00pm

£25 with £5 sibling discount

For 6 - 11 year olds

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Enjoy a creative morning with your little one at the Parent & Child Easter Holidays Workshop run by the lovely people at Art Sparks. Three hours of Easter themed artistic fun!

To book this workshop contact Liz Lancashire on 07407 115 043 or email liz@lizlancashire.co.uk

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'Chocolate Painting' Easter Holidays Workshop with Art Sparks

WEDNESDAY 10TH APRIL 2019

10.00am - 1.00pm

£25 with £5 sibling discount

For 6 - 11 year olds

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Have some serious fun painting with chocolate in three delicious shades! Join in with the Art Sparks creative Easter Holidays Childrens Workshop and have a entertaining Easter themed morning.

To book this workshop contact Liz Lancashire on 07407 115 043 or email liz@lizlancashire.co.uk

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'Paint Like Van Gogh' Oil Painting Workshop with Sarah Wimperis

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FRIDAY 12TH APRIL 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

All abilities are welcome

Join our NEW oil painting workshop led by Sarah Wimperis, one of the painter-animators of ‘Loving Vincent’ the first, ever, animated film based on the life of Vincent Van Gogh. Six years of development, over 1,345 paintings and 65,000 frames re-imagined a period of Van Gogh’s life into film. Sarah is an expert in the style and techniques used by Van Gogh and will share her knowledge with you on this fun workshop.

The morning will begin with a brief introduction and demonstration painting, followed by a guided session using methods and techniques used in the making of ‘Loving Vincent’. We will stop for a brief lunch (bring your own packed lunch) and continue to build your painting in the afternoon. We will work from printed images supplied by Sarah. At the end of the day, there will be the chance to ask questions and glean advice for ongoing practice.

About Sarah: A professional artist and illustrator, the only English artist-animator to work on the film ‘Loving Vincent’ and through sheer practice, an expert in the style of Van Gogh. Sarah has exhibited with the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition, The Discerning Eye, the RI and RWS as well as numerous solo shows. Sarah has written two painting books and illustrated hundreds of other titles as well as working on BBC Jackanory. She was head of Art at the International School of Stavanger in Norway for six years and has taught art to adults for years. She is Artist Ambassador for Artlook Software and Royal Talens.

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    All students will need to bring in the following:
  • Oil paints ~ whatever you have already, or please purchase in our shop. We sell a large selection of oil paints and sets and can offer 5% off on the day. Sarah recommends bringing the following colours:
    • Cobalt Blue, Prussian Blue, French Ultramarine
    • Emerald Green, Sap Green, Green Earth
    • Naples Yellow, Cadmium Lemon, Cadmium Yellow
    • Cadmium Red, Alizarin Crimson
    • Vandyke Brown, Burnt Sienna, Yellow Ochre
    • Titanium White
  • Palette Knife
  • Palette
  • Brushes Filbert, 3, 6, 10 (small, medium and large)
  • Canvas size 30 x 40
  • A packed lunch – there is no café at Griffin Mill

All workshop attendees receive an extra 5% off art materials from our extensive shop next to Studio One. The shop is open from 9am, so please do come before the workshop to purchase what you need.

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'Monoprinting from the Human Figure' with Steven Dixon

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SATURDAY 13TH APRIL 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

Discover the exciting, expressive possibilities of mono printing in this one-day life drawing workshop with experienced tutor Steve Dixon.

Through a series of short, dynamic poses we’ll explore how mono printing is an ideal medium for capturing light and atmosphere. The workshop focuses on the pioneering developments of Edgar Degas in the late 19th century.

About Steve: Steve Dixon is a practicing artist who studied Fine Art at the Royal Academy of Art, London. He has lectured at a wide variety of colleges, specializing in painting, printmaking and the History of Art. He is currently teaching at Stroud College of Art.

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All students will need to bring in the following: A packed lunch – there is no café at Griffin Mill.

All workshop attendees receive an extra 5% off art materials from our extensive shop next to Studio One. The shop is open from 9am, so please do come before the workshop to purchase what you need.

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'Oil Painting for Complete Beginners' - Two Day Workshop with Max Hale

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TUESDAY 23RD & WEDNESDAY 24TH APRIL 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£120

Intended for beginners, but refreshers are most welcome!

Sponsored by Cranfield Colours

Have you always wanted to try oil painting but didn’t know where to start?

Max Hale, one of our regular tutors at Pegasus Art, teaches many mediums at all skill levels, but loves teaching total beginners especially in oils and helping to build their confidence to paint in this versatile medium.

Oil paints are sometimes seen as ‘difficult’ to use and even daunting. This two day introduction will teach you fool-proof skills in order to dispel the myths and enigma surrounding the ‘medium of the masters’. His main objective is to give you the knowledge required whilst teaching you the method to make a painting whilst bringing your artistic aspirations in line with newly found know-how.

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    During this workshop you will learn the following:
  • What materials to buy to get you started (it doesn’t have to be expensive!)
  • How to plan your painting
  • How to put paint on your palette and in what order
  • Basic colour mixing
  • What's best to paint on
  • What brushes to use
  • How to block out
  • How to build up

The luxury of having Max Hale for two days is that you can ask as many questions as you like!

About Max: Max has been teaching at Pegasus Art for four years and has built up a popular following of students. He attended Harrow School of Art where he studied Fine Art and was tutored by Ken Howard OBE RA. He became an apprentice illustrator in a London studio but found his way back to fine art, his true passion. He has been teaching for over twenty five years, whilst exhibiting and painting throughout. He writes for The Artist magazine, among others, and is an Ambassador for Royal Talens. He has had paintings exhibited in most areas of the country and many in London his passion to tutor and motivate others is obvious and works in all mediums.

Don’t worry if you’re not sure about the above materials list – Max can help you choose from the art shop on the day. Check out Max Hale's top tips for oil painters.

All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art. Tea & coffee will be provided throughout the day. Please bring a packed lunch as there is no cafe at Pegasus.

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'Love Sketchbooks'- Easter Holiday Workshop with Imogen Harvey-Lewis

MONDAY 15TH & TUESDAY 16TH APRIL 2019

10.00am - 3.00pm

£30 per day or both days for £55

For 10 - 16 Year Olds

A fun day making your own sketchbook and then filling it!

Work with freelance illustrator Imogen Harvey-Lewis and have fun experimenting with design led drawing techniques.

Warm up with drawing exercises, adding colour, creating characters and filling the pages with interesting new ideas that can be accessed for larger projects at a later date.

Roll up your sleeves and get creative!

The workshop will take place in our newly refurbished Attic Studios ~ a large, light and airy space with plenty of room to get messy and spread out!

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About Imogen: Imogen is a freelance illustrator and experienced teacher, having taught at Prema Arts Centre for many years. She exhibits, works on public and private commissions and continues to teach. Her own graphic style is honest and heartfelt – she draws every day! Recent projects include the design of enormous hoardings of John Lewis, Cheltenham and a project for the Royal Opera House. www.imogenharveylewis.co.uk

    What to Bring:
  • Imogen will provide everything you need for this course!
  • If you’d like to bring an existing sketchbook full of ideas, please do! If you have particular drawing materials you like to use, then bring those along too.
  • Also, please bring a packed lunch and plenty to drink – there is no café at Griffin Mill. You’ll be able to take a good break at midday and sit around large tables to enjoy lunch together.

We look forward to welcoming you to Pegasus Art. All workshop attendees receive 5% off in our extensive art shop. Students receive 10% discount with a student ID card.

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'Art of the Sketchbook'- Mixed Media, Paint & Collage with Mel Cormack-Hicks

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SATURDAY 27TH APRIL 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

All Abilities

Create an engaging, exciting sketchbook that feeds your creativity!

Do you have ideas that you can’t seem to translate? Does your proudly purchased sketchbook leave you feeling flat? Melanie can show you how to create a sketchbook that will feed your desire to work within its pages and fuel your imagination. It could even leave you feeling inspired and confident enough to produce that piece of artwork that up until now seemed to remain in your head. Learn how to craft your sketchbook into a beautiful working document which will leave you with plans and ideas for the future.

About Mel: Mel's painting degree from Cheltenham in the mid 90’s allowed her to find an artistic voice. Following this, she spent twenty years teaching secondary school pupils and just three years ago decided to become a full time professional artist. Her first solo show at Chapel Arts in Cheltenham launched her new career. She is exhibiting at ‘The Other Art Fair’ a Saatchi affiliated show in Bristol this July. She is full of energy and enthusiasm for her new audience of students and is sharing her creative process.

www.artistmelcormackhicks.com

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All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art. All of the materials below are available.

Tea & coffee will be provided throughout the day. Please bring a packed lunch as there is no cafe at Pegasus.

    Recommended Equipment List:
  • A good quality sketchbook in A3 and A2
  • Materials of your choice – acrylic, watercolour, coloured pencil, charcoal, inks - to experiment in your sketchbook
  • Four or more printed pictures relating to your ideas and/or images that you would like to reproduce (A5 size minimum.)
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Pencils 2B, 4B, a rubber and sharpener
  • A5 images of inspirational artwork
  • Any collage materials that you fancy. For example, tracing paper, old book pages, tracing paper in muted colours.
  • A packed lunch and water – there is no café at Griffin Mill.
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'Coast & Beaches in Watercolour' with Max Hale

SATURDAY 4TH MAY 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

Studio One - All Abilities

The aim of this one day workshop is to encourage a confident but loose style of watercolour painting within coastal and beach environments.

Many artists paint with watercolour on holiday and very often in a relaxing situation on the beach or close to the coastal path for instance. This workshop will help and inspire them plus include how to mix popular colours found by the sea and close to it. They can be subtle and beguiling so during the tutor demonstration he will be giving out tips on what palette to use and how to make the most of pads, paper and materials in general. Max will give you tips on mobile watercolour painting and sketching, how to use appropriate brushes and drawing techniques. Gaining the right atmosphere is important too so areas of mood and concepts of seaside painting will be discussed.

Suitable for all levels of artist whether new to this style or practiced.

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About Max: Max has been teaching at Pegasus Art for four years and has built up a popular following of students. He attended Harrow School of Art where he studied Fine Art and was tutored by Ken Howard OBE RA. He became an apprentice illustrator in a London studio but found his way back to fine art, his true passion. He has been teaching for over twenty five years, whilst exhibiting and painting throughout. He writes for The Artist magazine, among others, and is an Ambassador for Royal Talens. He has had paintings exhibited in most areas of the country and many in London his passion to tutor and motivate others is obvious and works in all mediums.

The shop will be open from 9am, so you will have time to purchase materials before the workshop. Our staff can offer you any advice you need.

All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art. Tea & coffee will be provided throughout the day.

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'Travels With My Paintbrush' Illustrated Talk by Sarah Wimperis

SATURDAY 11TH MAY 2019

7:00pm - 8:00pm

Tickets £5

Attic Studios

We are very fortunate that Sarah Wimperis is our Guest Exhibitor during Open Studios 2019, exhibiting in our newly refurbished Attic Studios on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th May. In the evening she will delight us with stories of travelling with her paintbrush.

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“For over forty years I have been travelling with my paintbrush. From the painting kit in an old wooden box that travelled all the way to China on the Trans-Siberian railway in 1984, where paintings literally saved my life, to my glorious travelling studio which I take with me across Europe, painting to commission and getting as much plein air painting done as humanly possible.

There are tales of painting with snakes in Israel, to frozen paint in Norway all the way to five months painting in Poland on the film, Loving Vincent.”

Sarah Wimperis is a professional artist and the only English artist to join the team of one hundred and twenty five international artist-animators to inhabit the works of Vincent Van Gogh in the making of Oscar nominated film, Loving Vincent. “While I was working on the film, I spent eight hours a day, six days a week for five months studying, mixing the colours and copying Van Gogh’s works then animating the, brushstroke by brushstroke.”

Sarah’s talk will be illustrated with a huge variety of drawings and paintings and there will be an opportunity to ask as many questions as you like!

www.sarahwimperis.co.uk

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'Drawing Workshops' with Paul Fowler

MONDAY 13TH & TUESDAY 14TH MAY 2019

09.30am - 12.30pm & 1.00pm - 4.00pm

£25

Select Trail 2019

Half day drawing workshops inspired by the theme of species extinction

Theme:The Attic will be divided into two areas, one with mini beasts, magnifying glasses and small tables - “Beasts & Bugs”

The other end will have a large installation of “Wild Woodland Creatures” (taxidermy) which artists can move around and draw from different angles.

Paul’s installations are legendary – there will be branches covering the beams, and beautiful creatures on tables and plinths.

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Medium: Mixed Media. No prescriptive medium – bring whatever you would like to draw with. There will be charcoal, pencil and liquid graphite on offer to sample. You could use watercolour, pen, ink, pastels

Teaching: Paul has been teaching Fine Art for the past twenty years, the last ten at Pegasus Art. His teaching style is inclusive and encouraging. He guides and assists rather than dictating. Come away with a small detailed piece, or try sketching on large pieces of paper in a loose style ~ step out of your comfort zone and enjoy drawing from these beautiful creatures.

Book a Half Day Workshop for £25 by emailing fowlerlayfigures@gmail.com or calling 07910 332245. www.paulfowlerstudio.co.uk

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'Painting Tree Landscapes' Mixed Media with Fiona McIntyre MA

SATURDAY 25TH MAY 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

Attic Studios. Mixed media - ink, acrylic and collage

Fiona has been drawing and painting trees and landscapes for the last 30 years. As a member of the contemporary art movement The Arborealists she is uniquely qualified to bring her skills, knowledge and passion for nature to this unique course. She has been known to spend day upon day sketching one single tree, measuring and observing every tiny detail. She will share her passion for natural forms and tree landscapes with her wonderful still life made up of giant tree roots, suspended branches and other natural objects. You can explore a range of media – ink, acrylics, liquid graphite, charcoal, pencil and collage. Fiona sometimes uses the green dye from natural moss in her paintings! Experiment and have fun.

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The course will involve spending a day in our newly refurbished Attic Studio developing paintings and collage on large sheets of watercolour paper, working from previous sketchbook material.

Please note: We will NOT be working from photographs, so it is important that sketches and drawings are made outdoors in advance of the course.

“I teach students in such a way that their minds are opened to new possibilities of 'seeing'. Once students are freed from unhelpful habits I encourage self-expression through experimentation of media and techniques.”

There will also be the opportunity to purchase a signed copy of Fiona’s book, ‘A Tree Within’ written with co-author Alan Wilkinson for £25.

About Fiona: Fiona McIntyre studied at Edinburgh College of Art, followed by Malmö and an M.A from Winchester. She is a figurative/landscape painter and member of the Arborealists with work represented in various public, corporate and private collections in the UK and Scandinavia. She is currently exhibiting in France at Dortoir des Moines de Saint-Benoit, Poitiers and in a major exhibition at Southampton City Art Gallery in - 'Capture the Castle, Turner to Le Brun'. She is co-author with Dr Alan Wilkinson of "Fiona McIntyre: A Tree Within", published 2016 (Sansom & Co) and recently gave an illustrated talk on her art for a book signing event at Waterstones, Gower Street.

    Recommended Acrylic Paint Colours:
  • Cadmium red
  • Alizarin crimson
  • Ultramarine blue
  • Prussian blue
  • Cadmium yellow
  • Lemon yellow
  • Yellow ochre
  • Red ochre
  • Burnt umber
  • Sap green
  • Hookers green
  • Turquoise
  • White
  • Payne’s grey

All workshop attendees receive an extra 5% off art materials from our extensive shop next to Studio One. The shop is open from 9am, so please do come before the workshop to purchase what you need.

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'FREE EVENT Art Talk & Watercolour Demo' with Barry Herniman & Schmincke

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TUESDAY 28TH MAY 2019

6.00pm - 8.00pm

FREE EVENT

Attic Studios

You are invited to a fun and informal evening at Pegasus Art to enjoy a demonstration by well known watercolourist Barry Herniman and to meet Anke Heintz, our UK ambassador for Schmincke finest artist paints. There’ll be a chance to chat and enjoy a glass of fizz before the demo begins.

ENJOY 10% OFF ALL SCHMINCKE WATERCOLOURS ON THE NIGHT

Everyone is welcome to this FREE EVENT from 6 – 8pm in our newly refurbished Attic Studios at Pegasus Art near Stroud. Anke will give you a brief history of Schmincke who have been manufacturing finest artists materials near Dusseldorf since 1881. She’ll introduce you to their Horadam watercolour paint ranges and aqua - mediums, while Barry demonstrates how you can use them. We are huge fans of these high quality watercolours, loved for their beautiful colours and high pigment load ~ Schmincke only use the best pigments for their paints.

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    Plan for the evening:
  • Please come earlier if you’d like to do some shopping with an extra 10% off Schmincke Horadam watercolours and aqua-mediums including masking pens.
  • Arrive 6pm – glass of fizz and chat
  • Talk begins 6.30pm until 7.15pm
  • 7.15pm – 7.45pm Demonstration by Barry – watercolours and mediums – answering questions and showing you his techniques.
  • Finish 8pm
  • Take a goody bag with you!

About Barry Herniman: Barry is a full time artist and has been painting landscapes and seascapes for many years both in the studio and en plein air with his trusty sketchbooks. He is an ambassador for Schmincke products and regularly writes and demonstrates for The Artist magazine. “My favourite medium is watercolour, its immediacy and transparency is hard to beat and I never tire of watching the colours mix and mingle on the paper.” He travels extensively both at home and abroad giving demonstrations and workshops to Art Clubs and Societies. He is also the author of Travelling Sketchbook and Successful and Creative Washes. Barry will be demonstrating his popular ‘flick’ technique and is happy to answer all your watercolour questions! www.barryherniman.com

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'Plein Air for Beginners' with David 'DJ Johnson

SATURDAY 1ST JUNE 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

A Beginners or Refreshers Course

Set out on an adventure with professional artist, David ‘DJ’ Johnson to paint the pretty Stroud canal and towpath near Pegasus Art! Don’t worry if you have never painted en plein air before – it’s what you’re here for! David is very enthusiastic and well practised at painting outdoors in all kinds of landscapes. He will immediately put you at ease and help each student to choose a good spot. He will help you to select and mix the correct colour palette and take a close look at tonal values, colour, light, form and textures.

The aim is to have fun, learn new techniques and build confidence for future solo painting adventures outdoors!

Our base is Studio One at Pegasus Art and we can retreat there if the weather is dreadful. Please make sure you bring wet weather gear (including a hat) for light drizzle or blazing sunshine!

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DJ recommends bringing the following materials with you. This is just a guideline and you are welcome to bring your own materials and ask us any questions.

All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art.

About DJ: DJ has developed his style through many years working in professional fine art studios - designing and producing artwork for commercial spaces, public areas and private estates around the world. He paints every day and teaches on a regular basis - he has so much energy and enthusiasm! He was shortlisted for Artists & Illustrators Artist of the Year in 2013, 2016 and 2017. His workshops are great for building confidence, tackling unusual subjects and picking up techniques and tips.

www.artbydj.co.uk

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'Experimental, Evocative Landscapes' in Mixed Media with Mel Cormack-Hicks

Mel Cormack-Hicks

SATURDAY 8TH JUNE 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

All Abilities Welcome

Debunking Composition: Melanie will show you how to create dynamic compositions with her easy to follow hands on teaching methods. You will experiment with composition and leave with the skills that will allow you to make use of composition with impact.

Colour Theory: Using colour really helps to evoke emotion in our artwork. All too often however it becomes an element of our artwork that we guess at. Melanie will show you how to use colour theory as a tool to create impact leaving you feeling confident about your colour palette.

What will I achieve? You will create one or more landscape compositions during the course of the day. These landscapes will have a visual impact, using your new found knowledge of composition and colour.

About Mel: A Fine Art painting degree from Cheltenham in the mid 90’s allowed Mel to find her artistic voice. Following this, she spent twenty years teaching secondary school pupils and just three years ago decided to become a full time professional artist. Her first solo show at Chapel Arts in Cheltenham launched her new career. She is exhibiting at ‘The Other Art Fair’ a Saatchi affiliated show in Bristol this July. She is full of energy and enthusiasm for her new audience of students and is loving sharing her creative process. www.artistmelcormackhicks.com

Mel Cormack-Hicks hushed presence woodland painting Mel Cormack-Hicks - morning woodland painting Mel Cormack-Hicks woodland light painting held infront of the woodland landscape in the background

All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art.

All of the materials below are available.

Tea & coffee will be provided throughout the day.

    Recommended Equipment List:
  • Materials of your choice
  • Five print outs of landscapes that have meaning to you. They could be several images / photographs of the same location from different angles OR different images. The print outs should be A5 minimum.
  • Sketchbook – no larger than A4.
  • Boards, card, paper or canvas to work on depending on the materials you want to work with. I suggest not larger than roughly 8 x 8 inches in size or similar sized rectangle format.
  • A packed lunch and water – there is no café at Griffin Mill.
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'Van Gogh Portraits' with Sarah Wimperis

Sarah Wimperis in studio

FRIDAY 14TH JUNE 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

All Abilities Welcome

Followed by an evening talk by Sarah 'Becoming Vincent' based on her on her experiences for painting for the film Loving Vincent and what she learnt along the way! See more details here.

Sarah Wimperis is a professional artist and illustrator and the only English artist to be part of a team of 125 artists from across the globe to inhabit the works of Vincent Van Gogh in order to create the Oscar nominated animated film Loving Vincent.

Sarah’s workshop is intended to gain a little understanding of the style and techniques of the artist Vincent Van Gogh. It is also intended to be fun and a chance to exercise the right hand side of your brain! It is open to all levels of artist from professional to complete beginner. We will look at several demonstration paintings and drawings in the van Gogh style, Sarah will explain his techniques.

Please bring along a reference photograph of your subject. Try to find a photograph that doesn’t involve lots of teeth showing! If you want to paint a self portrait you will need a small self-standing mirror.

About Sarah: A professional artist and illustrator, the only English artist-animator to work on the film ‘Loving Vincent’ and through sheer practice, an expert in the style of Van Gogh. Sarah has exhibited with the Sunday Times Watercolour Competition, The Discerning Eye, the RI and RWS aswell as numerous solo shows. Sarah has written two painting books and illustrated hundreds of other titles as well as working on BBC Jackanory. She was head of Art at the International School of Stavanger in Norway for six years and has taught art to adults for years. She is Artist Ambassador for Artlook Software and Royal Talens.

Sarah Wimperis portrait
    All students will need to bring in the following materials:
  • Oil painting paper – available in pads or sheets such as
  • Canvas or board 30cm x 40cm
  • Paint: traditional oil paints or water based oils. A starter set should consist of two yellows – lemon yellow and a stronger cadmium or equivalent, two reds – cadmium red or an equivalent bright red plus an alizarin, madder or cadmium deep red; two blues – cobalt blue and ultramarine (landscape artists like cerulean for the sky), a few earth colours – yellow ochre, burnt umber, burnt sienna and the stronger white Titanium. Greens can be mixed but Terre Verte is useful for colour mixing.
  • Brushes: Suitable for oil painting, filbert, small, medium and large.
  • Kitchen towel and jam jar
  • Palette knife
  • Cardboard box / flat piece of cardboard to lay your wet painting on the car journey home.
  • Don’t forget to bring a packed lunch and water with you as there is no café at Griffin Mill.

We have plenty of options in the shop, with an extra 5% off for workshop attendees. We can advise you, so don’t worry if you’re not sure! The shop is open from 9am, so please do come before the workshop to purchase what you need.

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'Becoming Vincent' an Illustrated Talk by Sarah Wimperis

Sarah Wimperis

FRIDAY 14TH JUNE 2019

5.00pm - 7.00pm

Tickets £8

Sarah Wimperis is a professional artist and the only English artist to join the team of one hundred and twenty five international artist-animators to inhabit the works of Vincent Van Gogh in the making of Oscar nominated film, Loving Vincent.

Her illustrated talk gives an insight into the creation of the film and life inside the studios in Poland where she worked for six months. Answering a discreet advert on Facebook changed her life, and she went on to paint over three hundred and eighty frames in total – an average of four canvases per day, which translated into a grand total of thirty seconds of film!

The film took six years of development, over 1,345 paintings and 65,000 frames that re-imagined a period of Van Gogh’s life into film. An astonishing 1,300 litres of oil paint was used by artists from nineteen countries across the world.

Eight weeks painting a wheat field that took Van Gogh four hours, was a painstaking process. If anyone knows how to paint in the colours, style and technique of Van Gogh, it’s Sarah! Find out what happens when you ‘Become Vincent’ and how much oil paint you really need to hand paint a feature film!

Loving Vincent Tiles - Sarah Wimperis Loving Vincent banner - Sarah Wimperis Sarah Wimperis painting in studio Sarah Wimperis - Van Gogh Inspired Landscape Painting 2

Join us in our newly refurbished Attic Studios at Pegasus Art for this early evening talk and also for the workshop she is running during the day - Van Gogh Portraits.

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'Drawn to Look'- Drawing Workshop with Susan Kester

SATURDAY 15TH JUNE & SATURDAY 12TH OCTOBER 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60 per day

Studio One

Suits All Levels - including artists wanting to reinvigorate their drawing practice

Come and enjoy a day of observational drawing where you will be encouraged to explore the possibilities of drawing through materials and mark making. Alongside objects and still lives, we will take inspiration from looking at the work of other artists and you will be encouraged to play and push at the boundaries of your own experience in drawing.

Susan Kester Drawing Workshop - students around a table Susan Kester Drawing Workshop sunflowers on blue background drawing Susan Kester Drawing Workshop black and white eggs drawing

About Susan: Susan Kester is a graduate of Goldsmith’s University and has recently received an MA in Drawing for Fine Art Practice from Oxford Brookes. She has taught people of all ages and experience since 2002, and is currently running several popular drawing courses locally. Her classes are relaxed and enjoyable with an emphasis on building confidence, increasing knowledge and learning new skills. She also has a studio practice and exhibits regularly.

susankester.co.uk

We have plenty of options in the shop, with an extra 5% off for workshop attendees. We can advise you, so don’t worry if you’re not sure!

Please bring a packed lunch with you ~ there is no café at Griffin Mill. Tea and coffee available throughout the day. The shop is open from 9am, so please do come before the workshop to purchase what you need.

To book this workshop please contact Susan directly - skester@outlook.com or call 07794 942680

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'Painting The Vines'- Oil Painting Masterclass at Woodchester Valley Vineyard with Lucy Kent

Lucy Kent

MONDAY 17TH & TUESDAY 18TH JUNE 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£150

All Abilities Welcome

Sponsored by Michael Harding Paints

Lucy Kent is a seasoned landscape painter with a passion for the great outdoors, painting in all weathers, all over the world. She has a strong focus on the visceral quality of the paint itself, often creating thick impasto style work. She will delight in showing you how to mix a landscape colour palette, how to plan your composition and execute an en plein air painting.

If the weather is inclement, the group will continue to work outdoors under a covered barn. Lucy will begin with a demo and will then help you start your own paintings. You will be free to watch Lucy paint throughout the day alongside you, and she will give regular positive critiques of your painting and help whenever needed. This masterclass will have a strong focus on light and colour and will give you confidence to be loose and expressive with your brush and/or palette knife.

Important Note: Please do not pour any turps or Zest It onto the ground or in the sinks. Please respect the location where we are painting and leave it as we found it! Please take everything away with you.

Lucy Kent Landscape Painting Lucy Kent Summer Scene Painting Lucy Kent Piazza Michelangelo Nocturne Painting Lucy Kent Yellow Umbrella Skiathos Painting

About Lucy: Lucy is a contemporary landscape artist painting in oil, predominantly en plein-air, taking her paints wherever she travels. She trained at Charles H Cecil Studios in Florence and has exhibited with The Royal Society of British Artists and The Royal Institute of Oil Painters, among others, at The Mall Galleries, London. Originally trained in portraiture, the last five years have seen her focus on landscape painting. Her work hangs in both private and commercial collections in the UK and abroad ~ she has had two sell out shows to date.

Lucy views her work like a visual diary, intimately recording her experiences and the beauty in the world around her. A palette knife is used to build the layers and tell the story of the scene unfolding, which results in an energetic and vibrant response to the subject matter. She is particularly inspired by dramatic lights and will often re-visit the same spot a few times at different times of day and year, drawing inspiration from the Impressionist movement in modern day. Although figurative in style, Lucy has a strong focus on the visceral quality of the paint itself, so areas of the painting when isolated appear completely abstract.

For more information about Lucy visit www.lucy-kent.com

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Woodchester Valley Vineyard: Woodchester Valley Vineyard has three sites in Gloucestershire ~ Amberley, Woodchester and Stonehouse covering forty five acres with a total of 60,000 vines. For this painting masterclass, we will be based in Woodchester, just a ten minute drive from Pegasus Art Shop. We hope there are lush green vines to paint in the middle of June!

We will have use of the wine tasting room from where we will venture out and explore the vines before setting up for painting. There is an open sided, large covered barn where we can paint in bad weather. Please bring your own packed lunch for a midday break, with a brief wine tasting! There is tea and coffee available on the day.

www.woodchestervalleyvineyard.co.uk

Woodchester Valley Vineyard Woodchester Valley Vineyard Wine Tasting Room - tables and chair in room with wine bottles Woodchester Valley Vineyard Barn - open fronted barn with people painting inside

All materials can be bought or pre-ordered from Pegasus Art Shop with an extra 5% discount.

We look forward to welcoming you to Woodchester Valley Vineyard. Please arrive in good time to set up before the workshop starts at 10am. You will need to take your equipment home with you.

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'Abstracts for Everyday Artists' in Acrylic & Oil with Max Hale

SATURDAY 22ND & SUNDAY 23RD JUNE 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£120

Attic Studios - All Abilities Welcome

The aim of this two day workshop is to encourage a free style of thinking and to build confidence to create semi-abstract and abstract paintings using acrylic or oil paint. Abstracts are not just works of art without thought or planning but created from the artist’s vision and emotions. They are executed with prior thought and with an end goal in mind. In this introductory session we are concentrating on form, colour and dynamics.

Firstly, we will identify individual ideas by discussing your likes, dislikes and what inspires you visually. We will lay down some initial shapes that relate to items that Max has provided with a view to abstracting those shapes by over ‘drawing’ then painting with controlled space. This semi-abstract approach helps to break the barrier between representational or figurative art into a more abstract way of thinking.

Your second exercise will be to plan new work in your sketchbook using only black and white. From there, you’ll be given free rein to express those ideas in an abstracted way though form, colour and dynamic areas – these concepts are the essence of effective abstraction. It’s an exciting genre which will help to draw you out of your comfort zone!

Max Hale teaching student in front of easel Max Hale abstract painting class example Max Hale abstract painting class examples

About Max: Max has been teaching at Pegasus Art for four years and has built up a popular following of students. He attended Harrow School of Art where he studied Fine Art and was tutored by Ken Howard OBE RA. He became an apprentice illustrator in a London studio but found his way back to fine art, his true passion. He has been teaching for over twenty five years, whilst exhibiting and painting throughout. He writes for The Artist magazine, among others, and is an Ambassador for Royal Talens. He has had paintings exhibited in most areas of the country and many in London his passion to tutor and motivate others is obvious and works in all mediums.

Suitable for all levels of artist whether new to this style or practiced. All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art.

The shop will be open from 9am, so you will have time to purchase materials before the workshop. Our staff can offer you any advice you need. These are suggestions, you can buy a version of what is suggested!

Tea & coffee will be provided throughout the day.

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'Easy Lino Printing' with Susie Hetherington

SATURDAY 29TH JUNE & SATURDAY 2ND NOVEMBER 2019

10.00am - 3.30pm

£50

Studio One

November workshop dedicated to Christmas cards

Join local textile designer, Susie Hetherington, for her Easy Lino Printing workshop at Pegasus Art. Absolute beginners can join this gentle day of designing and crafting. Susie provides all the materials and guidance – all you have to do is turn up and bring a packed lunch with you!

Susie Hetherington lino print workshop examples of swallows and flowers Susie Hetherington lino print workshop students stood holding prints
Susie Hetherington easy lino printing workshop flyer

You will design and carve one or two motifs and experiment with printing on different papers to create a memento to take away. All ideas are welcomed... Susie will bring lots of things to get you started.

Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

View the workshop flyer here.

Contact Susie directly to book a place: susie@susiehetherington.co.uk

www.susiehetherington.co.uk

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'Cottages & Countryside' with Max Hale

SATURDAY 27TH JULY 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

Studio One - Intermediates

Oils, Acrylics, Watercolours or Pastels

The aim of this one day workshop is to explore our heritage and countryside with it’s myriad of beautiful and picturesque cottages, houses and gardens. Some of the most amazing yet simple scenes involve traditional, old or handsome buildings within ‘perfect’ or beautiful scenery. It doesn’t matter if we don’t have references that match our ideas, the artist will concoct or develop these within the day.

Sketching out ideas and using perhaps more than one reference, the artist will build a visual image to paint. You will need to balance out all the elements of the scene – fields, gardens and property – it will be a morning of planning and structuring. Choose your preferred medium and develop your composition with the aim of reflecting the character of the scene. Max will teach you planning, developing ideas using sketches, value studies, colour mixing and one to one tuition to aid each student.

This is an ‘open medium’ session which relies on the artist to work with a medium that they feel comfortable with. The focus of the workshop is less about the practicalities of the medium itself, and more about developing the scene, mood and atmosphere to build a credible painting. Suitable for all levels of artist except total beginners – choose from oil, acrylic, watercolour or pastel. You will be painting two pieces during the workshop.

Max Hale teaching student in front of easel Max Hale painting of cottages example

About Max: Max has been teaching at Pegasus Art for four years and has built up a popular following of students. He attended Harrow School of Art where he studied Fine Art and was tutored by Ken Howard OBE RA. He became an apprentice illustrator in a London studio but found his way back to fine art, his true passion. He has been teaching for over twenty five years, whilst exhibiting and painting throughout. He writes for The Artist magazine, among others, and is an Ambassador for Royal Talens. He has had paintings exhibited in most areas of the country and many in London his passion to tutor and motivate others is obvious and works in all mediums.

    Recommended Equipment List:
  • At least two or three photographic references and/or sketches related to countryside and cottages! Do not bring a painting to copy.
  • Your chosen medium – oil, acrylic, watercolour or pastel. We sell large ranges of all these mediums in the shop.
  • Depending on your chosen medium, please bring at least two pieces of ground to paint on. We have many options available in the shop.
  • Two or three rags for cleaning your brushes.
  • A palette to suit your medium – we can advise in the shop.
  • Fixative if using pastel.
  • Drawing implements – pencil, charcoal, Conte stick.
  • Putty rubber.
  • Sketchbook – A5 or bigger.
  • Masking tape.
  • A packed lunch and water – there is no café at Griffin Mill.

Tea & coffee will be provided throughout the day. All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art.

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'Simple Woodblock Printing' Two Day Workshop with Rod Nelson

FRIDAY 6TH & SATURDAY 7TH SEPTEMBER 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£140 for both days

Attic Studios

Join this two day workshop with experienced tutor Rod Nelson and learn how to create prints from woodblock.

Making prints from woodblock produces images that cannot be made in any other way. It is a fascinating and versatile art and craft of ancient origin and modern artistic relevance. This basic course will familiarize you with techniques, processes, tools and materials sufficient to make a small print using more than one single colour. You will learn methods to ensure accurate placement of colour onto a previously printed block. It will be an eye opener for beginners and experienced artists alike. No previous experience is necessary.

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About Rod Nelson: Rod, who lives near Nailsworth, has made prints most of his life. Having professionally worked with wood, he has very good technical understanding of the possibilities of the medium. He takes inspiration from many different sources – from nature, from landscape, and of course, from other artists and printmakers.

The artist who has had the greatest influence on his work was the maverick Japanese woodblock artist, Shiko Munakata whose work has a great sense of freedom, and respect for beauty and decoration. However, he has also drawn inspiration from other woodcut artists Europe (notably Germany), China and Japan.

As well as having work in exhibitions around the country, Rod’s work has been shown in various UK galleries, Shanghai, and in Germany. He was a founder member of the print-making cooperative Pine Feroda, and currently teaches woodcut at the renowned college of the arts and crafts at West Dean in Sussex, as well as at the Royal West of England Academy Drawing School, in Germany, in Holland, and in Nailsworth.

He is co-author (with Merlyn Chesterman RE) of the book Making Woodblock Prints, published by Crowood Press which is available to buy at Pegasus Art Shop for £9.99 and can be signed by the author during the workshop!

Tea and coffee will be provided throughout the day, but please bring your own packed lunch.

Read a recent blog post about famous printmaker Katsushika Hokusai written by Rod on our blog here.

    Recommended Equipment List:
  • Rod will bring all the basic equipment required for printmaking. The cost of the two day workshop includes the cost of the materials you will use. The only thing you will need to buy is good quality paper for final printing – we recommend Somerset Velvet Printmaking paper in Soft White which can be purchased in the shop for £3.75 per sheet.
  • Bring a sketchbook, pencils and rubber. (Available from the shop on the day).
  • Bring a packed lunch with you – there is no café at Griffin Mill.

All workshop attendees receive a 5% discount in our extensive fine art materials shop next door to Studio One. If you would like to pre-order anything before this workshop, please call ahead.

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'Pen & Wash Landscapes' with Max Hale

SATURDAY 14TH SEPTEMBER 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

Studio One - All abilities welcome

This one day workshop is a taster session for a totally new course coming up in 2019 where ink pen and watercolour wash is applied to make interesting and beautiful pieces of art.

During this day session you will learn the structure and methods of using ink and watercolour in harmony, how to balance the two complementary mediums to obtain the best results. Ink and wash is not new but you will benefit from Max's early experiences as an artist/illustrator to explore the vast possibilities that using the marriage these two different mediums affords.

The day will use landscapes as a genre to build your skills and to give you a really good grounding on the methods of using pure line with beautiful colour washes. Students will work from either their own images, or those provided by the tutor.

Suitable for all levels of artist whether new to this style or practiced.

Max Hale infront of an easel Max Hale pen and ink wash of nature reserve Max Hale pen and ink wash of fiskardo harbour

About Max: Max has been teaching at Pegasus Art for four years and has built up a popular following of students. He attended Harrow School of Art where he studied Fine Art and was tutored by Ken Howard OBE RA. He became an apprentice illustrator in a London studio but found his way back to fine art, his true passion. He has been teaching for over twenty five years, whilst exhibiting and painting throughout. He writes for The Artist magazine, among others, and is an Ambassador for Royal Talens. He has had paintings exhibited in most areas of the country and many in London his passion to tutor and motivate others is obvious and works in all mediums.

All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art. Tea & coffee will be provided throughout the day. Please bring a packed lunch as there is no cafe at Pegasus.

    Recommended Equipment List:
  • At least two or three landscape references to use for painting, photographs or sketches.
  • Please do not bring paintings to copy whether your own or from a third party.
  • At least one 0.3 or 0.5 metal/fibre or plastic tipped ink pen using permanent black ink ie. not water soluble (such as Staedtler Lumocolor Permanent Pen Set)
  • A set of watercolour paints in either tubes or pans. Minimum colours recommended are cadmium yellow medium, cadmium red, alizarin crimson, sap green, cerulean blue, ultramarine, raw umber.(such as Cotman Watercolour Painting Plus Set)
  • At least two watercolour brushes, one pointed round at least a size 4 or 6 and one flat size ¾ inch (such as Da Vinci Series 1526Y Brush)
  • At least five sheets of A4 HP Hot Press smooth paper such as Bockingford Hot Pressed 300gsm Fat Pad (NOT may do too, but rough is too textured)
  • A water pot and some tissue or kitchen roll
  • A sketch book any size and soft pencil 2B or 4B
  • A packed lunch and water – there is no café at Griffin Mill.
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'Woodland Textures in Acrylic' with David 'DJ' Johnson

SATURDAY 28TH SEPTEMBER 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

All abilities welcome, including beginners.

Join artist David ‘DJ’ Johnson in exploring different ways of applying paint to achieve a variety of textures that you will find in an Autumnal woodland scene!

Don’t worry if you’ve never worked with acrylic before – David will show you the best way to harness this medium. His approach is to guide people step by step, demonstrating each stage of the scene, followed by one to one tuition.

Try different ways of holding your brush to achieve new effects, use your fingers, sponges, pieces of cardboard – all of which achieve suprisingly unusual results. To increase the textural element, you will have a go at adding sand to your paint. All students will be working from the same photograph (provided by DJ). He will help to build your confidence, work on colour mixing, composition in order to return home with a finished painting.

David 'DJ' Johnson standing next to painting on easel DJ Acrylic Workshop - Painting in progress DJ Acrylic Workshop - Woodland Textures Painting with trees and path DJ Acrylic Workshop - Autumn Canopy of True Colours painting DJ Acrylic Workshop - The Dancing Acers painting
    Recommended Equipment List:
  • Acrylic paints: Titanium white, yellow ochre, cadmium yellow, burnt sienna, alizarin crimson, purple, ultramarine blue, cerulean blue, raw umber, burnt umber and sap green. Cranfield Colours has well priced 60ml tubes of these colours.
  • Canvas: We have many at Pegasus to choose from, but recommend 12” x 12” such as the Loxley Gold Stretched Canvas.
  • Hog Hair Brushes: A range of hog hair brushes, preferably flats, sizes 2 & 5 or 3 & 6. Such as these Robinson Fine Hog Bristle Brushes.
  • Old Brushes: Bring some old brushes that you don’t mind bashing about!
  • Rigger Brush: Size 3 or 4. Such as the Pro Arte Series 103 Rigger Brushes
  • Palette Knife: Such as the Artist Starter Set of 5 Palette Knives.
  • Container: For cleaning brushes
  • Palette: Such as a wood oval palette.
  • A Packed Lunch: There is no café at Griffin Mill.

Don’t worry if you’re not sure about the above materials list – DJ can help you choose from the art shop on the day.

About DJ: DJ has developed his style through many years working in professional fine art studios – designing and producing artwork for commercial spaces, public areas and private estates around the world. He paints every day and teaches on a regular basis – he has so much energy and enthusiasm! He was shortlisted for Artists & Illustrators Artist of the Year 2016. His workshops are great for building confidence, tackling unusual subjects and picking up techniques and tips.

All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art. Tea & coffee will be provided throughout the day.

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'Charcoal Portraits' with Fiona McIntyre

SATURDAY 5TH OCTOBER 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£70

All abilities - Studio One, Pegasus Art

Capture the mood of the model and the structures below the skin. Learn how to fully utilise this simple yet incredibly versatile medium of charcoal. Fiona will demonstrate rapid, dynamic mark-making techniques that are fluid and painterly which will help you to be more intuitive in your drawing. You will be shown how to build a variety of tones from white to vibrant blacks using layering methods, different grades and sizes of charcoal and a variety of erasers.

Fiona McIntyre sitting on beach drawing a castle scene charcoal drawing of a man wearing a shirt and jumper

About Fiona: Fiona McIntyre is an experienced artist and tutor who trained at Edinburgh College of Art in the early 80's when life drawing and anatomy was still mandatory. Later she was mentored by Swedish printmaker Bertl Lundberg at his studio in Malmo, followed by an M.A. in European Fine Art at Winchester. She teaches at Marlborough College Summer School and run workshops at Asthall Manor, Barnsley House, Bruton Art Society and New Brewery Arts.

She has taught at several art schools including Westminster School of Adult Education, South Thames College of Design and Media, Central School of Speech and Drama, Farnborough College of Technology, Medborgarskolan Lund Sweden. Fiona is a figurative/landscape painter and founding member of The Arborealists. Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the UK and Scandinavia. She is represented internationally in public, corporate and private collections in the UK, Scandinavia, Papua New Guinea and Alaska. She is currently showing work in 'Drawn to London: In the Shadow of the Tower' at Bermondsey Project Space London. Critically acclaimed exhibitions include 'Under the Greenwood: Picturing the British Tree' at St Barbe Museum Lymington, 'The Romantic Thread in British Art: Turner to Le Brun' Southampton City Art Gallery, 'Arborealists: Art of the Tree' RWA Bristol, 'Capture the Castle' Southampton City Art Gallery.

The shop is open from 9am, so please do come before the workshop to purchase what you need. We can offer an extra 5% discount to workshop attendees.

We can advise you, so don’t worry if you’re not sure!

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'Paint the Aurora' with David 'DJ' Johnson

SATURDAY 26TH OCTOBER 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£65

All abilities welcome, including beginners.

Artist David ‘DJ’ Johnson is well known for his extreme en plein air paintings – he is an adventurer who likes to climb mountains and paint extraordinary landscapes.

He will teach you how to create this aurora effect through a series of guidelines and techniques that he has learnt over the years. Everyone will come home with a finished (or almost finished!) painting of the aurora and mountain scene!

You will employ delicate blending and dragging techniques to enable you to play with the light, working closely from photographs. DJ says, “It’s very easy and very effective if you follow the steps!”

DJ will bring along pre-prepared gesso boards for you to work on (this is included in the price). Ampersand Gessobord for oils and acrylics size 16" x 12".

David 'DJ' Johnson standing next to painting on easel DJ Workshop - Aurora painting in progress DJ Workshop - Aurora blue painting DJ Workshop - Aurora blue painting DJ Workshop - Aurora green painting

Don’t worry if you’re not sure about the above materials list – DJ can help you choose from the art shop on the day.

About DJ: DJ has developed his style through many years working in professional fine art studios – designing and producing artwork for commercial spaces, public areas and private estates around the world. He paints every day and teaches on a regular basis – he has so much energy and enthusiasm! He was shortlisted for Artists & Illustrators Artist of the Year 2016. His workshops are great for building confidence, tackling unusual subjects and picking up techniques and tips.

www.artbydj.co.uk

All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art. Tea & coffee will be provided throughout the day.

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'Sunlight Seascapes in Acrylics' with David 'DJ' Johnson

SATURDAY 16TH NOVEMBER 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£65

A beginners or refreshers course.

‘DJ’ is a talented artist (shortlisted for Artist & Illustrator Artist of the Year 2016) and adventurer with a passion for the sea and mountains. This workshop will be taught through a series of demonstrations and one to one tuition, showing you a variety of techniques and methods for applying paint, including alternatives to brushes. You will study and play with colour, light and textures, allowing for individual creative expression.

The workshop involves exploring the reflections and highlights of sunlight in the sea, as well as the textures you find in the water and foam. David teaches a variety of techniques using a palette knife and a rigger brush to achieve a wide range of textures and patterns which emulate the sunlight reflections you find in seascapes. We also use the palette knife and fingers to create cloud effects, and normal brushes to lay down the foundations of the painting. These are techniques that DJ has been exploring and developing in acrylics for a few years now. If students prefer to use oils, this is also possible – please let us know!

David 'DJ' Johnson painting en plein air on beach David 'DJ' Johnson seascape painting of New Quay Ceredigion David 'DJ' Johnson painting of sea at Penbryn David 'DJ' Johnson students with paintings at seascape workshop

About DJ: DJ has developed his style through many years working in professional fine art studios – designing and producing artwork for commercial spaces, public areas and private estates around the world. He paints every day and teaches on a regular basis – he has so much energy and enthusiasm! He was shortlisted for Artists & Illustrators Artist of the Year in 2013, 2016 and 2017. His workshops are great for building confidence, tackling unusual subjects and picking up techniques and tips. www.artbydj.co.uk

DJ recommends bringing the following materials with you. This is just a guideline and you are welcome to bring your own materials and ask us any questions.

DJ will supply photographs of the seascapes and will also bring along some of his own paintings to show you! Our shop opens at 9am and we can offer you an extra 5% off art materials for your course. Please do arrive early to purchase any products you may need.

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'Extreme En Plein Air' Painting Demonstration & Talk with David 'DJ' Johnson

SATURDAY 16TH NOVEMBER 2019

5.00pm - 7.00pm

Tickets £8

Attic Studios

Join David ‘DJ’ Johnson as he demonstrates how to swiftly paint a mountain landscape, capturing the light, colours and textures of the scenery whilst simultaneously regailing you will tales of his extreme en plein air adventures! He has cleverly paired his passion for painting with a love of rock climbing and mountaineering, hiking up mountain ranges in Wales, Scotland and Bavaria to paint the extraordinary landscapes. His breathtaking paintings are much sought after, and he takes calculated risks to achieve the results!

David 'DJ' Johnson painting near snowy mountains and a lake - Y Garn David 'DJ' Johnson mountain painting on easel David 'DJ' Johnson painting en plein air Snowdon

Learn about the ups and downs of being an extreme artist and some of the unusual challenges he faces. Frozen fingers and toes, painting in high winds, snow in the oil paints and meeting the ‘Beast from the East’. At the same time, you’ll see his painting come together and pick up some top tips from this amazing artist.

DJ was shortlisted for the Artist of the Year, Artists & Illustrators 2016 and 2017 which is where we met him and convinced him to teach workshops at Pegasus. For mroe information about the artist visit www.artbydj.co.uk

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'Paint Portraits With Character' with Mark Fennell RBSA

SATURDAY 23RD NOVEMBER 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£70

Beginners and Intermediates

This is an inspiring painting day course for beginners or intermediate levels, if you are painting a portrait for the first time or if you are looking to improve your portrait painting skills and learn new techniques.

Mark will demonstrate and guide you through his well structured approach to painting a portrait, breaking it down into easy to follow steps that will cover everything from the colour palette and mixing skin tones to working tonally developing the structure of the head and creating a good likeness. Choose the medium you prefer to work with and Mark will give you plenty of one to one tuition and share his top tips. You will be working directly from a live sitter ‘with character’ which will be both challenging and rewarding.

Mark Fennel painting a portrait of a man Painting of man with woolly hat and facial hair by Mark Fennell Self portrait by Mark Fennell Mark Fennel painting on a canvas Close up of an painting on an eye

About Mark: Mark studied graphic design and advertising at Amersham School of Art before starting a career as an art director working for advertising agencies in and around London and Birmingham. He is a self taught painter who started painting in 2001 and was elected member or The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists in 2007. He has exhibited work with The Royal Society of Portrait Painters at the Mall galleries in London and exhibits regularly with the RBSA in Birmingham as well as locally with Buckinghamshire Art Society. Working predominantly in oils, he specialises in portraiture and figurative work and commissions to date include Antony Worrall Thompson and the Lord Mayor of Birmingham. As well as painting people he also enjoys painting landscapes ‘en plein air’ and can be seen painting in all weathers around the village of Brill where he lives and has a studio.

Mark has been shortlisted for Artists & Illustrators Artist of the Year Award 2019

    Other Notes:
  • Please ensure you bring a carrier bag with you for taking home your wet painting.
  • Please bring a packed lunch with you – there is no café at Griffin Mill.
  • Please do bring an iPad if you want to take photographs and make a record of the sitter (to continue painting him when you get home.)

All workshop attendees receive an extra 5% off art materials from our extensive shop next to Studio One. The shop is open from 9am, so please do come before the workshop to purchase what you need.

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'Experimental Evocative Landscape in Mixed Media' with Mel Cormack-Hicks

SATURDAY 7TH DECEMBER 2019

10.00am - 4.00pm

£60

All abilities

Debunking composition! Melanie will show you how to create dynamic compositions with her easy to follow hands on teaching methods. You will experiment with composition and leave with the skills that will allow you to make use of composition with impact.

Colour Theory. Using colour really helps to evoke emotion in our artwork. All too often however it becomes an element of our artwork that we guess at. Melanie will show you how to use colour theory as a tool to create impact leaving you feeling confident about your colour palette.

What will I achieve? You will create one or more landscape compositions during the course of the day. These landscapes will have a visual impact, using your new found knowledge of composition and colour.

Mel Cormack-Hicks woodland light painting Mel Cormack-Hicks morning woodland painting Mel Cormack-Hicks woodland landscape Mel Cormack-Hicks sitting outside sketching Mel Cormack-Hicks crouching infront of her paintings

About Mel: A Fine Art painting degree from Cheltenham in the mid 90’s allowed Mel to find her artistic voice. Following this, she spent twenty years teaching secondary school pupils and just three years ago decided to become a full time professional artist. Her first solo show at Chapel Arts in Cheltenham launched her new career. She is exhibiting at ‘The Other Art Fair’ a Saatchi affiliated show in Bristol this July. She is full of energy and enthusiasm for her new audience of students and is loving sharing her creative process. www.artistmelcormackhicks.com

All attendees receive 5% off in our shop adjacent to Studio One at Pegasus Art. All of the materials below are available. Tea & coffee will be provided throughout the day.

Please bring any materials you already have and would like to bring. Mel favours the following materials which you can use as a guideline for this course.

    Recommended Equipment List:
  • Acrylic Inks from Daler Rowney – Prussian blue, Payne’s Grey, Cadmium Red, White and Sap Green – these are her staple colours: Daler Rowney FW Inks Acrylic Inks 38 Colours
  • Watersoluble coloured pencils – blues, turquoises, reds and yellows. You can buy single pencils such as Derwent Inktense Pencils
  • Masking fluid such as Daler Rowney Watercolour Art Masking Fluid
  • Pipette such as these 15ml pipettes
  • Palette Knife - any shape. Such as RGM Progrip Palette Knives
  • White gesso – any kind. Our Jo Sonja 250ml bottle is the cheapest.
  • Golden gloss medium – this is a nice extra, but certainly not essential. Mel can show you how to use it.
  • Amsterdam acrylics - Mel recommends Naples Yellow and White.
  • Five print outs of landscapes that have meaning to you. They could be several images / photographs of the same location from different angles OR different images. The print outs should be A5 minimum.
  • Sketchbook – no larger than A4.
  • Boards, card, paper or canvas to work on depending on the materials you want to work with. I suggest not larger than roughly 8 x 8 inches in size or similar sized rectangle format.
  • A packed lunch and water – there is no café at Griffin Mill.
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REGULAR ART CLASSES - FULL DETAILS

MONDAY

'Watercolour Painting' with Richard Callingham

Learn how to paint with watercolours: simple techniques to gain confidence, colour mixing & palette, all about papers - inspiration and fun.

Richard Callingham is an experienced watercolourist, having taught at home and abroad for the past twenty years. "Watercolours are my passion. No other medium can give such a fresh and spontaneous effect."

The classes are designed to appeal to the beginner and uses a very simplified approach. More experienced watercolourists may also benefit from picking up a few tips! For your first lesson Richard will supply all the necessary equipment - he can advise you on what to purchase for future practice, and it needn't be expensive!

Richard Callingham in the studio Richard Callingham - Beauport Jersey - en plein air Richard Callingham - Watercolour Workshop

Mondays ongoing 10.00 am - 12.15 pm.

6 week course cost £96.

To sign up or for more enquiries, contact Richard: richard@rtcwatercolours.co.uk

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'Ways of Seeing' Drawing & Mixed Media with Sue Rae

Sue returns to teach her drawing and mixed media class at Pegasus Art. She has been teaching Fine Art at Stroud College for many years and more recently to degree students. A course designed for students who already have some experience but wish to develop skills and explore individual ways of working. There will be an emphasis on drawing during the first few weeks, followed by an exploration of a variety of materials and subject matter. Projects will be set each week but students can also initiate their own project and choice of materials - with guidance from the tutor. You will be encouraged to keep sketchbooks.

About Sue: Sue is a practising artist who paints, uses mixed media and draws regularly. She has exhibited in solo shows in London and the South West. Her paintings are about a sense of place and she uses a variety of mediums to explore subtlety, contrast of mark, translucency and density of colour. Work also includes textural materials such as plaster, sand and collage to express the geology of a location.

Her teaching style is guiding and nourishing – with a focus on encouraging her students to explore their individual style and potential.

Sue Rae - art class in progress Sue Rae - student work - model drawing tone Sue Rae - mixed media

Book by contacting suejrae@icloud.com or 01285 821617

Mondays (Starts 1st October 2018) 1.00pm - 4.00pm

5 weeks for £80 or 10 week block for £150

*Suitable for students with some experience* Feel free to contact Sue to discuss the course.

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TUESDAY

Morning Art Classes with Max Hale

Join Max Hale for morning classes where he will be teaching different mediums throughout the year. He is a very experienced teacher and skilled in every medium. You will learn a huge amount!

SET ONE

8th January for three weeks: £115
10.00am – 12.30pm
Impressionist Pastels 'capture the essence' - all levels welcome

29th January for four weeks: £125
10.00am – 12.30pm
Watercolour for beginners 'how to get the best from this beautiful medium'

8th January for seven weeks: £155
1.30 - 4.30pm
Learn portraiture from scratch - all levels welcome

From 5th March for ten weeks: £195
10.00am - 12.30pm
"Draw & Paint the Natural World" - all levels welcome

Explore this planet of ours in all it's natural beauty. Draw and paint in the medium of your choice - a close up of a flower, a piece of driftwood, a fox, the scene of Lake Titicaca or trees from your garden or local park. Each provides a new challenge for the artist! Max will guide you in how to tackle the softness of clouds, the sharpness of rose thorns or how to give mountains perspective. You will really begin to see the benefits of this ten week course and gain so much enjoyment from building your confidence.

To book and for more information please call 07792 015059 or visit www.maxhaleart.co.uk

Afternoon Classes "Painter's Mastery Course 2019" from 5th March - a nine month course.

On Tuesday afternoons from 5th March, Max will start a nine month course called 'Painter's Mastery Course 2019' aimed as a year of learning in three terms, taking you on a complete learning journey. This a totally new three-term course of 28 sessions - Spring: 10 weeks, Summer: 6 weeks and Autumn is 12 weeks. It will offer the artist a much improved learning experience as it incorporates valuable practice time and opportunities to study a favourite genre as the course progresses. During the classes the artist will be introduced to pertinent skills helpful in certain genres and technique relevant to a particular subject. Being able to use these skills throughout will give the artist greater understanding and confidence as they progress, consolidating as they paint, continuing throughout.

Painter's Mastery Course 2019 is sold as three terms and artist who fulfill it will be certified by the tutor at completion. It is however bookable as a one, two or three terms. Autumn term is only available within full course or including Summer term. Booking the whole course brings you a useful discount of £50. Spring Term only: £220 Summer Term only: £125 Spring + Summer Term: £345 Summer + Autumn Term: £375 To book the whole course, three terms: £545

The course is aimed at artists who are not total beginners but have had some experience in painting in oils or acrylics. So if you want to move forward with your painting, develop understanding in all the skills, technique, vision and expertise trying many genres this will tick all the boxes.

To book and for more information and a course synopsis, please call 07792 015059 or visit www.maxhaleart.co.uk

Max Hale Masterclasses Mac Hale painting at easel with life model Max Hale painting at easel with life model
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WEDNESDAY

'Drawing Skills' with Paul Fowler in our newly refurbished Attic Studios

Designed for anyone wishing to develop their drawing skills and suitable for all abilities, Paul uses a format to encourage and challenge. Each 6 week course has a set theme and uses a series of objects and references to inspire and surprise. One drawing is developed over the six sessions on a large sheet of paper. Each week drawings morph and develop as the new objects arrive giving students the freedom to incorporate imagination and experiment with a variety of drawing techniques.

Paul Fowler Drawing Skills Circle Paul Fowler Drawing Skills Class Paul Fowler Drawing Skills Sketch

Wednesday 9.15 am - 12.15 pm

6 weeks cost £95.

To sign up or for more information, contact: paul.j.fowler@btinternet.com

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'Drawing and Painting' with Alison Vickery

Suitable for all levels of experience.

Be inspired in this enjoyable, relaxed class to try different materials, media and techniques.

Alison demonstrates techniques and creates a wonderful warm atmosphere in her classes.

Alison Vickery Painting Alison Vickery charcoal prawns drawing Alison Vickery figs drawing

Wednesday ongoing 1.00 pm - 3.30 pm

6 weeks cost £90.

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'After School Class' - Drawing Skills for 8 - 12 year olds with Alison Vickery

Have fun and develop skills of observation, interpretation- let the imagination flow!

A lovely after school class with encouraging teacher Alison who sets a really nice vibe in her class.

Explore different medium and be challenged to draw objects in detail. Even if you are not naturally creative, come and have a go! Contact Alison on info@alisonvickery.co.uk for more information.

Alison Vickery Pears drawing Alison Vickery prawns and lemons drawing Alison Vickery group pictures

Wednesday ongoing 3.50 pm - 4.50 pm

6 weeks cost £60.

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THURSDAY

'Extreme Poses' – Life Drawing with Paul Fowler

Continuation of this original format tutored by experienced artist and tutor Paul Fowler. With the use of climbing ropes the life model is posed off the ground creating interesting and challenging drawing opportunities. Suitable for the less experienced right through to professional artists. The afternoon session is long poses.

Paul Fowler Life Drawing Doug Paul Fowler Life Drawing Kim Paul Fowler Life Drawing man hanging from ceiling ribbons Paul Fowler Life Drawing man hanging from ceiling ribbons Paul Fowler Life Drawing man hanging from ceiling ribbons

Practising artist and tutor, Paul Fowler, has been teaching Life Drawing at Pegasus Art for nine years. This short film gives you a taster of the inspiring, challenging and exciting classes he runs. Many of his students have studied with him year upon year, continuing to learn and 'really see' the human form in new ways. After all, Life Drawing is the cornerstone of any artists development.

Choice of two Thursday groups:

9.30 am - 12.30 pm 6 weeks cost £130

7.00 pm - 9.00 pm 6 weeks cost £90

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FRIDAY

'Developing Skills And Creativity In Painting' with Rob Collins MA RCA

With Rob's encouragement and skill, find ways of painting that suit you individually in any medium. Rob has designed this course to appeal to anyone wishing to develop their painting skills whether your are a complete beginner or someone with experience working in isolation who needs guidance and motivation. As a serious professional artist and experienced tutor Rob is perfectly placed to encourage his students. He will set up a still life each week but expects many students to work from their own source material or on self motivated projects.

Rob Collins Apples Painting Rob Collins Woodland Painting

Friday 9.00 am - 12.00 pm - 7 weeks cost £91.

Friday 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm - 7 weeks cost £112.

To sign up or for more information, contact: robcollins52@ymail.com

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