Dave White will be leading this workshop which will cover:
- 2 hour acrylic techniques – waves and wash
- 1.5 hour – rocks, plus half hour for lunch
- 2 hour – foam and spray
This workshop is designed for those who have taken part in Dave White's Sea and Sky in Acrylics workshop, or anyone who is experienced in acrylics and now want to concentrate on painting the sea… oh and rocks!
Canvas will be provided, or bring paper if you prefer.
Students will need to bring:
- a block of at least 500 x 400mm 140lb rough artists paper or similar proportion
- 75ml tubes of acrylic paint; Cadmium Red Deep or Crimson, Cadmium Yellow, Ultramarine and Pthalo or Prussian Blue, Titanium White (plus Hookers Green, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber and Yellow Ochre)
- you will find it easier if you bring your own easel (there are easels to borrow)
- paper kitchen towel
- 2 containers for water (preferably not glass)
- plastic palette or a saucer for mixing paint
- a 1 inch wide flat synthetic hair (watercolour) brush
- a half inch round synthetic hair brush
- a half inch flat acrylic bristle brush
- a half inch long rigger
- a reference for a painting you might like to try
- any other paint brushes you might care to bring
- an open and willing heart with a smile!
Please also bring a packed lunch - there are refreshments on site.
Tutor: Dave White
Dave has been a professional artist since 2004 when he was made redundant from his job as a Finance Director. Dave was told by his art teacher at school in 1973 that “his art would not amount to anything” and so he switched A level emphasis to numbers as opposed to art and didn’t paint again until 2004. Since then he has earned a full time living from acrylic art to feed his family of four.
"I believe art is not a black box for the benefit of the few but that we all have a creative gift which needs to be nurtured and developed."- Dave White
Dave has exhibited annually at Crufts and the New Forest Show. Contracted in 2011 to write a book for Search Press called Ready to Paint; Horses in Acrylics and was Artist in Residence for the Rhinefield House Hotel in the New Forest from 2005 -2017. He also published Sea and Sky in Acrylics in October 2015 which sold over 30,000 copies. Dave was even voted Best Professional in the Abstract and Experimental Category of the SAA Artist of the Year 2015. His latest book Painting Dog Portraits in Acrylics was published worldwide in October 2018.
Sessions: Friday 4 March, 10am – 4pm
Book your space for the Acrylic Waves and Rocks for Intermediates with Hampshire Cultural Trust's Forest Arts Centre, New Milton now!
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