Landscape Painting in Oils

£130.00

This two-day, in the studio and ‘En Plein Air’ (weather depending) landscape painting course will give students the opportunity to learn a method of using oil paints that looks more like watercolour in the initial stages.

You will be asked to bring in sketches and photos of a favourite scene and work from these with hopefully the chance of giving the method a go outside in beautiful Cromarty on the second day. There will be demonstrations in the use of oil paints and plenty of one-to-one guidance from tutor Anna Wimbledon.

Participants will be sent a materials list in advance. Suitable for all abilities. Accommodation can be provided.

£130.00 Location : Scotland

This two-day, in the studio and 'En Plein Air' (weather depending) landscape painting course will give students the opportunity to learn a method of using oil paints that looks more like watercolour in the initial stages. You will be asked to bring in sketches and photos of a favourite scene and work from these with hopefully the chance of giving the method a go outside in beautiful Cromarty on the second day. There will be demonstrations in the use of oil paints and plenty of one-to-one guidance from tutor Anna Wimbledon. Participants will be sent a materials list in advance. Suitable for all abilities. Accommodation can be provided.

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Course Details :-
  • In-Person Course
  • 2 days

What's included in the price

Cost includes two days of tuition in a small, friendly group. Tea/coffee throughout plus a homemade, delicious lunch each day. A medium sized primed board and small primed cards will be provided. Accommodation can be provided in one of our properties in the town.

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