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Glasgow Art Classes: Intuitive Collaborative Painting “Conversations in Paint” 10th/11th May, 2014

IAvrilntuitive Collaborative Painting "Conversations in Paint"

with Liz Mitchell

10th/11th May 2014

10.00 till 4.30 each day

West George College, 20 Sandyford Street, G3 8QJ

Let your intuitive self speak to you (and others) through “Conversations in Paint” at this fun two-day weekend workshop.
Working intuitively on paper and stretched canvases using a variety of art techniques with acrylic paints and mixed media to help you expand and experiment with your own unique visual vocabulary (the marks you make) and self-expression.
 
Working collaboratively with a partner or group on the same paper or canvas offers the individual the opportunity to let go the pressure of achieving a singular, specific piece of artwork and to relax, enjoy learn and be inspired by sharing the creative process with others. So lets collaborate, play and paint together!
 
All equipment and materials are provided. (Including two 50cmx50cm stretched canvas to take away)
Tea and snacks are provided. Bring your own lunch.
 
No prior painting experience is necessary for this experiential process based workshop. Suitable for beginners, students (great for portfolio work) through to professional artists looking to break through a creative block using a different approach. All you need is an open mind.
 
Cost: £135.00
 
Liz Mitchell is a professional artist who studied Painting and Printmaking at Glasgow School of Art and has a degree in Art Therapy.
 
Please contact Liz for more information and to book a place.

Email: serendipityliz@aol.com

Mobile: 07775601577

www.serendipityliz.co.uk

See also: Inituitive Painting Pathways-26th and 27th-April-2014

Vikings Live from the British Museum, Glasgow Film Theatre Thursday 24 April
Art Classes Glasgow: Intuitive Painting Pathways, 26th/27th April, 2014
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