Art and Sip

The evening 'art and sip’ classes are held in the Broomfield area, please send me a message using the contact page for the full address. The sessions are for 2 hours from 7.30pm – 9.30pm and the introductory price is £15, all equipment is provided and you have your canvas to take home at the end.

There are spaces for 8 at each evening session and the first is to take place Thursday 22nd November to then run every Thursday.

I’m also running a 4 week course to sign up to. They are also at the introductory price of £15 per 2 hour session and run on Tuesday evenings at the same location. The course starts with colour mixing techniques in acrylic paint and painting using tone to create direction of light. By the end of the 4 sessions all will create a canvas of their own landscape from a photo they bring in to work from. This course starts Tuesday 8th December..

The same 4 week painting course is to take place at Broomfield Village hall. These are to run on Tuesdays from 11.30 - 1.30 starting Tuesday 8th January. The only difference in the day classes is there is no wine! Wine drinking is not compulsory during the evening sessions, please bring whatever you would like to drink!

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