8 – 12 April 2020
About the course
Trees, foliage and water are fundamental elements for the watercolour landscape painter to capture. Paul encourages a loose, expressive approach with watercolour, and weather-permitting, he likes to combine studio with painting outdoors.
On this course he will guide you through his key techniques for capturing an impression of trees and foliage throughout the seasons, as well as portraying water, from calm lakes to rough seas and crashing waves.
The holiday runs from 4pm Thursday 8 April to 10am Monday 12 April with 3 day’s tuition and 4 nights’ accommodation.
About the artist
Paul Weaver is a full-time artist, tutor and demonstrator. His primary inspirations are light and atmospheric effects. Townscapes, markets and the bustle of the city are favourite subjects, as well as landscape, marine and coastal scenes. He currently specialises in watercolour, but also enjoys working in oil, acrylic and line and wash.
Paul has exhibited successfully for many years and won awards at Patchings Arts Festival, SAA Artist of the year, and has been a regular category winner in the popular ‘Bath Prize’ competitions. He is a demonstrator for St Cuthbert’s Mill and is a regular contributor for ‘The Artist’ magazine. He is an elected member of the Pure Watercolour Society.
To see more examples of Paul’s work, visit his website at: www.paulweaverart.co.uk
All inclusive holiday prices:
£605 resident – single room
£555 resident – sharing a room
£390 non-painting partner – sharing a room
Price includes accommodation; breakfast with cooked option, lunch; 2-course dinner with coffee after; tuition; use of studio, with tea and coffee available all day.
Painting materials not included.
To check availability, request a booking form, or for more details, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Sandy on 01598 763505.