WHEN: 9.30am-4pm, Tuesday 6th & Wednesday 7th March 2018
WHERE: Rosby Mud Hut, 122 Strikes Lane, Eurunderee MUDGEE
COST: $200 per student. Includes complimentary morning tea & lunch and Rosby Wine
TEACHER: David Newman-White
David Newman-White returns to Rosby in 2018 for a 2-day workshop aimed at exploring the human form using a range of pastel-based mediums. You’ll be guided through a number of pastel drawing techniques, before going on to create your very own portrait drawing of that someone special in your life.
Participants are required to bring along images of someone they wish to draw - whether it be mother, father, children or a favourite pet.
This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience.
About the tutor;
David Newman-White is a respected artist and tutor who specialises in painting and drawing. He runs painting and drawing workshops throughout NSW and interstate and tutors for the National Trust’s Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum summer drawing program. He is just recently being included as one of the ‘40 Maitres du Pastel’ 2016, (‘40 Masters of Pastel’) in a new book produced by Pratique des Arts, France. He has been employed by TAFE NSW for the past thirty five years teaching Certificate, Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses in Fine Art.
For more information contact Kay Norton-Knight 0428 635 993 email@example.com
- Willow Charcoal (medium)
- Small Set Pastel pencils Pitt Pastel, Faber Castell;
- Set of Art Spectrum 40 half sticks, chalk pastels;
- Two sheets of Stonehenge paper.
- Small set of water colours, Art Spectrum or Wonsor & Newton;
- Set of Synthetic brushes for watercolour (Spotlight is okay);
- wet ones; plastic containers for water; plastic dishes for paint mixing; Roll of paper towel.
All of the above materials list will be available for purchase at the workshop.
Additional; Easels & stools are provided, but if you have a special seat the bring that. If you have your own portable (collapsible) side table that may help also. Drink bottle & sunscreen. We will be working under cover, but partly out of doors.