Inspired by the garden in its summer glory, join artist Seana Mallen to explore the brilliant spectrum of watercolour painting through a variety of experimental techniques that are fun, easy and astonishingly effective!
This will be a fresh, free, and spontaneous approach for terrified first-time beginners and more seasoned painters alike.
The workshop is not about botanical illustration, but more about capturing the radiant spirit of the garden and opening the door to your own expression and creativity.
Come out to play with paints, learn loads of tricks and ‘trade secrets’ for painting flowers and trees, enjoy coffee and cakes, the glorious Garden House garden, a delicious lunch, and a lovely day… you’ll amazed by what you can achieve!
Seana Mallen is a Brighton-based artist and teacher who loves to see her students grow and thrive! She has over 30 years experience inspiring and nurturing each budding artist’s creative voice with sensitivity, humour and a great sense of fun.
Please bring: a set of watercolour paints, A4 pad of 300g watercolour paper, various brushes, pencils and a rubber. Also, if you have them: larger sheets of watercolour or cartridge paper, a natural sponge, masking fluid, and white gouache paint.
Cost: £90 – includes refreshments and a delicious home made vegetarian lunch.
Date: Wednesday 21 July 2021
Venue: The Garden House, 5 Warleigh Road, Brighton BN1 4NT