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Maxtoke Priory nr Fillongley Warwickshire
I have been offered a wonderful opportunity to be able to run a full day workshop at Maxtoke Priory.
Penny Tyacke has made her home and garden available for the outdoor work and her tack room if we need to work indoors.
I plan to run the day by doing small demos of various areas keeping the work straight forward and avoiding overly complicated compositions. This venue is so interesting that you can easily feel overwhelmed by what it has to offer e.g. beautiful red sandstone, interesting arch ways, doorways, herbaceous borders, etc, etc.
10.00 Meet & Greet
Demo on site about composition and how to choose what you want to paint
12.30 ish gather back at the house for lunch for about 30 mins
3.20 finalise paintings for get together, chat and appreciation
This days workshop is ideal for anyone wishing to improve their painting skills or who
would just like to enjoy a day painting
"al fresco" with other like minded people
in your chosen medium.
You will be required to bring all your own painting equipment for the day.
(See below for more detailed equipment advice)
To book your place on the workshop contact Claire Botterill on mob 07760 357733
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
or use contact form
Your place will be guaranteed when I have received your full payment.
There will be a restriction on numbers attending of up to 20 people and bookings taken on a "first come, first served" basis.
Don't miss out ........so book your place now !
(This is just a suggested list of things you may need to bring)
Water pot / jar
Pencils / crayons
Paper or canvases
View finder (picture mount)
Backing support board if painting on paper
Artists easel (if you use one)
Please remember folks that when you are painting outside
for a long period of time in good weather, the sun can easily
burn you (even when it's not out) and so it is best to dress
covering arms, shoulders and head / neck area.
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