Winter & Snow Scene… Live Virtual Watercolour Painting Retreat 2024
- PLEIN AIR PAINTING FROM YOUR OWN HOME, LIVE FROM THE ACTUAL SCENE
- TRANSLATING THE ACTUAL SCENE TO PAINTING
- AFTER WORKSHOP OPTIONAL CRITIQUE SESSION
Be Transported to some of the most beautiful places in the world, live from the comfort of your own home!
Matthew Palmer will teach you in step-by-step detail, how to paint these stunning scenes.
March 12th, 13th & 14th 2024
11:00am-3:00pm each day (uk time)
3 days of watercolour painting tuition
Be Transported to some of the most beautiful places in the world, live from the comfort of your own home! And produce 3 beautiful watercolour paintings.
Matthew Palmer will teach you in step-by-step detail, how to paint these 3 stunning scenes.
Plein air painting, in your own home? working from the actual scene, teaching you how to convert scene to painting with full step-by-step tuition from Matthew Palmer
FEATURING STEP-BY-STEP TUITION OF:
Live Scene – The Snows Of London, View From A Cafe Window
Live Scene – Winter In The Stunning Sherwood Forest
Live Scene – Winter In A Beautiful Snowy Village
+ MATTHEW’S ADVICE & STEP-BY-STEP TUITION + MATTHEW’S EXPERT CRITIQUE IF REQUIRED
WATCH & PAINT ALONG LIVE OR WATCH AT A LATER TIME, AGAIN & AGAIN! – Yours to keep and enjoy.
QUESTIONS CAN ALSO BE ASKED DIRECT TO MATTHEW – IT’LL BE GREAT
LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE
BOOK YOUR SPACE TODAY
A sheet of watercolour paper, ideally stuck to a board with masking tape (Matthew will use 1/4 imperial size (11″x15″), Not or Rough surface 140lb/300gsm)
ONLY 3 colours needed Primary Colours:
1- Natural Blue (or french ultramarine blue or cobalt blue)
2- Natural Red (or alizarin crimson or rose madder)
3- Natural yellow light (or cadmium yellow light or aureolin)
ONLY 3 brushes needed:
1- a large brush (size 14, 16 or 20 round or a 1″ flat)
2- a medium brush (size 10 or 12 round)
3- a small brush (size 4, 5 or 6 round)
(An Optional 4th brush) a rigger brush or a Matthew Palmer Branch & Detail Brush (not necessary but will make the detail a tad easier)