Winter Scene - for all Event Information page

Winter Scene - for all

Event details

  • Event times:
    • Start : 10.30am
  • Venue : Studio
1st December
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for all


Paint a stunning picture or make unique seasonal cards in your favourite medium.


With it’s dramatic contrasts of colour, think dark trees against blue-white snow, nature provides some beautiful images for us to capture at this time of year. This could also be an opportunity to paint someone that special gift or individual Christmas cards as we celebrate the views of winter. With her usual patient support and encouragement, Liana will help you interpret images and turn them into your own creations.


Known for her fun, thorough and professional classes with lots of demonstration, Liana brings a lightheartedness and willingness to support each students’ interests, particularly in this time of small, distanced classes [in a large airy studio].


‘Tutor so knowledgeable, helpful and kind. I have learn’t so much’ C.M.



10.30 - 4.30








Table cover

2 big yogurt pots for water

Kitchen roll,

Masking tape,

Soft Pencil eg 2b & Putty rubber

Notebook & scrap paper

A kitchen sponge with a scourer side


Paints/pastel etc, at least student quality

In all media these are a very versatile range in warm and cool versions

Lemon , raw sienna, cadmium yellow

Crimson and cadmium red

Burnt umber and paynes grey

Ultramarine and Prussian blue

White [in water colour make this gouache]



Bring a range of brushes eg a 1’’ hake , no.12 and 6 synthetic soft brushes include a squre headed one


Acrylics need stiff bristles brushes first -1-2’’ diy brush

Then selection of square and round headed. Bargain shops and ‘THE WORKS’ sell several on a card from £1.50 for the set,these are fine.

A palette knife is used for mixing and applying acrylics. Cheap plastic sets at the works will get you started. Good range of metal ones at hobby craft.


The ground

140 lb /300gram water colour paper is necessary for all painting [except oil] several sheets of A3 can be cut down as necessary,’rough’ gives nice texture. Avoid mixed media paper for w/col


With acrylics and oils canvas paper or board or stretched can be nicer to paint on, esp for a finished painting, in that ascending order. Size a4 to a3 depending on yr preference and speed of painting!



Linseed and turps for oils.


Art materials are never ending! [ However quality paints are superior] Bring what you have / basics from above. Explore reasonably priced ranges ,you can always upgrade if you get into that media. Liana x

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