June 3, 2022 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm$70 – $75
Join Interconnected exhibiting artist Paula Jenkins for a fun evening of painting and champagne. In this workshop, we will discuss what to look for when creating a landscape painting, how to form a good composition, and the bones to building a painting. We will also look at colour mixing, and how to be adventurous with the use of colour to create vibrancy and energy in a painting.
The workshop is for everyone, no prior art experience is required. Come along to paint and meet people or grab a couple of friends for a fun, arty night out.
What to Bring:
Spaces are limited and bookings are essential. Use your NSW Discovery Voucher when booking this workshop!
Paula Jenkins has a deep connection with the Australian landscape, having grown up among the bush near Paterson in NSW’s Hunter Valley and spending 7 years living on the historic Camden Park property whilst at secondary school. Both these places significantly influenced Paula’s love and respect of nature and the land, where she spent many occasions exploring with a sketch pad in hand, documenting her surrounds.
Paula currently lives, and works from her studio, in Walcha NSW; an area that abounds spectacular subjects in nature. Paula’s distinct style depicts the essence of Australia’s landscapes using predominately oil and gouache, and her works are known for her vivacious use of colour, textures and mark-making to form her landscapes and compositions.
This event coincides with Interconnected a Beautiful Bizarre Magazine curated exhibition.