House of an Art Lover, Glasgow, Drawing & Painting Studio (am), 24th April, 2014

Drawing & Painting Studio (am)

24 April 2014


This course will enable you to spend a morning in the painting studio, building the skills and techniques to create original work in watercolours, oils or acrylics. You will be encouraged to experiment with a variety of materials and genres, developing your own individual style and approach to drawing and painting.

Suitable for a wide range of participants – from beginners to more experienced artists, the course is designed to enable you to develop at your own pace and will be underpinned by tutor demonstrations, plenty of 1:1 guidance and group discussions in a friendly, supportive environment.

The course tutor is Michael Durning, an accomplished professional artist, lecturer and President of Paisley Art Institute. This course takes place in the 2nd floor Art Studio at the House.

Thursday 24 April – 26 June 2014 (10 weeks)

Adults (16+)   

½ Day Fee £110* per term (AM 10.00 -12.00)

* NB. includes all materials/equipment

Please click here to book a place online using a credit/debit card or telephone 0141 353 4770/4776 during office hours or visit the Art Lovers Shop to make your reservation.

If you require further information on this course please contact Dianne Miller, Arts Development Officer by emailing [email protected] or telephone 0141 270 5142

House for an Art Lover
Bellahouston Park
10 Dumbreck Road
G41 5BW

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