Painting Woodland Scenes using Watercolours and Pencils
Have you ever walked through your local woodland and really paid attention to the huge variety of greens and browns in nature? Mixing paints when trying to express these images through through your artwork can be quite challenging.
Local artist, Christina Rossman, will help you to create the correct hues using just 3 colours. You’ll then spend the day exploring light and shadows in the ancient woodland of Nower Wood. She will also help you to develop textures in your artwork by using pencils and various watercolour techniques.
Nower Wood is the perfect venue for art classes. When the weather is fine, delegates are welcome to go out into the woods for an immersive artistic experience. While, for those who are not quite as adventurous or the rain dampens the day, our classroom with wide double doors and a large decking area overlooks an expanse of woods providing true inspiration.
Tutor profile – Christina Rossman
Christina Rossman, is a professional painter, graphic designer/illustrator and photographer with a Danish background. She can always be found working with a sketchbook using pencil, ink & watercolour to capture moments, ideas and details. She is an experienced teacher who caters to the needs of beginners as well as improvers.
Colours to bring: (either tubes or pans)
300gms watercolour paper (rough or textured/NOT) any size.
Salt (fine table salt works well)
Colouring pencils (any kind:waterproof/water soluble / Inktense / Pastel pencils)
A pair of scissors
Old rag to dry your brushes.
2 x jars
Derwent water spritzer
Your own selection of brushes
I would recommend getting a:
Daler Rowney Aquafine pointed wash (no 6)
How to Apply
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20th August 2022 at 10:00am
members £60, non-members £72
Surrey Wildlife Trust
Nature & Wildlife, Workshop & Practical Skills
Nower Wood Educational Nature Reserve, United Kingdom