Dear WABA members,
You are invited to attend a Colour Mixing and Matching Workshop presented by Prue Sailer.
In this one-day workshop, the tutor, Dr Prue Sailer, will guide the students to explore the fundamental principles of seeing colour. Students will then apply these principles to direct mixing and layering techniques, and to enable students to confidently match and mix colours more accurately.
Natural subject matter will be used in order to produce several studies in either watercolour or acrylic.
1. Introduction: the science of colour
2. The 6 ‘primaries’: colour biases
3. Seeing and identifying colours in your subject
4. Mixing to create the colours you want
5. Bringing it together: finished studies
Date and Time: Sunday, 21 August 2016, 9.30am – 4.30pm
Location: Jerrabomberra Wetlands Nature Reserve, 2 Dairy Road, Fyshwick
Workshop Fee: Member: $110, Non-member $120
Maximum number: 12
Bookings and enquiries: Nilavan Adams, firstname.lastname@example.org or (02) 62543989
Please contact Nilavan to confirm that a place is still available before making payment.
Direction to the venue will be sent after fee payment has been received. Please bring your own lunch. Morning and afternoon tea will be provided.
Paint of your choice (acrylic, watercolour)
Watercolour paper/canvas paper suitable for acrylics
Drawing pencils, brushes, rags, water jars
Your choice of natural objects to use for studies: plant, flower, shell, bark, etc.