Who is this course for?
Suitable for all. This workshop aims to extend your current practice in watercolour in addition to developing skills for those new to this medium.
You will have the chance to explore a variety of experimental techniques using watercolour. These will include using alternative paint brushes, combining media and working over prepared surfaces.
Support and feedback
Tutor led exercises/demonstrations will support your developing skills. Feedback is given through one to one discussion throughout the day with a focus on your individual needs as well as group discussion.
If you feel you require any support for your learning, please talk to a tutor or centre staff who will arrange for you to receive support or talk to a learning support tutor. Any information given will be treated confidentially.
Additional costs and requirements
Basic materials are provided but you may wish to bring your own sketchbook and materials if you prefer. If you have an apron, please bring this with you.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
This is not necessary.
About the tutor
Chloe was born in North West London and has lived and worked in and around London for the past twenty years. She gained a BA (Hons) in Illustration from Brighton University and went on to complete a PGCE in Secondary Art and Design at Roehampton University, Surrey.
Chloe has worked in the Education Department at Tate Britain where she supported learning programmes for school students, teachers and adult learners. She enjoys drawing on location, visiting museums, the cinema and art galleries. Chloe left her teaching job at Camden School for Girls, after eleven years to relocate to Exeter. Here, she is combining teaching workshops and continuing with her own art practice. She has exhibited her artwork in an annual exhibition as part of a group show alongside an array of contemporary leading artists.
“I really enjoy teaching adults and watching their skills and confidence grow week by week. It is hugely rewarding when people discover their creative side and make art part of their lives”.