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Continued Learning in Oils 5 week course 18th April to 16th May. £25 Deposi...
Tue, 18 Apr 2017, 10:00 – Tue, 16 May 2017, 16:00 BST
Continued Learning in Oils 5 week course 18th April £25 deposit and £125 on the 1st day
This Continued Learning in Oils is rune for 5 weeks starting on 18th April and finishing on the 16th May. it starts at 1.30 pm until 4.00 pm each week.
A Popular course
The Continued Learning in Oils is a very popular course and books up fast, so don’t wait around thinking about it, just book it and look forwards to a wonderful experience in painting
What is Continued learning about
The continued learning is exactly what it says and is all about following your dreams in improving your ability to paint in oils and to meet like minded people, each 5 week course will focus on a different Genres in painting, we have completer Understanding the colour wheel, dealing with value in painting, sort out the Basics in oil painting, Landscape painting and Portrait painting in Value and grisalle. our next 5 weeks is on glazing and Alla Prema in portrait painting.
During the course all materials are included and the finest quality products are used and you get to take all your paintings home.
Turner’s painting School
Here at Turner’s Painting School we are dedicated to teaching oil painting in the correct way, learning from the master painters through the centuries and the proven way of dealing with your chosen medium.
Oil paint is probably the best painting medium used throughout the century’s and is one of the most permanent mediums used.
Turner’s Painting School is located in the wonderful grounds of Walton Hall and Gardens
Unit 8, The Walton Hall Stables Court Yard
Walton Lea Road
Feed Back from former students
We have had amazing feedback from former students as follows:
“I have learned more in the past two days than I have learned in the last 10 years”.
“I have been painting in different mediums for many years, but I have learned so much on this course”
“I was surprised at how professional the course was but we still had lots of fun”