The Masterclass, supported by The Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize, gives the opportunity to build on your skills as a watercolour painter. In this small and focussed event, participants will be guided through the process of taking pixelated images and rendering them in watercolour on grid paper. Participants will be taught how to layer colours subtly, mixing shades and tones using only a limited number of watercolours.
Faciliated by Brisbane-based visual artist, Sam Cranstoun, is a thoughtful, analytical creative whose practice spans drawing, painting, watercolour, sculpture, installation, video, and embroidery. Drawing on a dense archive of collected photographs and images, Sam's practice examines the way that today's image-saturated culture shapes our interpretation of the world, and ourselves.
Please note places are limited to 12 participants. The Masteclass is $60 p/p and includes all materials.
Register through Griffith Pay https://app.secure.griffith.edu.au/griffithpay/Elaine-Bermingham-National-Watercolour-Prize-Masterclass.html