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Talks and Demonstrations




Talks and Demonstrations

Demonstrations - suitable for all clubs, groups and societies
Usually around 2hrs in length.

During this time I will start and complete a piece of work showing different techniques.
I have demonstrated for the Weald of Kent Art Group, East Sussex Art Club, Bexhill Art Society, Three Oaks Art Club, Battle Art Society, Ashford Art Club, Headcorn Art Group, Ridgeway Art Group and other local groups and societies.

I demonstrate under an open forum style and welcome questions from the audience at any time.
I can demonstrate a wide range of skills and techniques in different media or tailor a demo to your needs.

'Drawing Skills – Mastering the Pencil'        'Introduction to Acrylics'
'Pastel Power'                                           'Palette knife painting with Acylics'
'Pen and Wash Techniques'                        'Acrylics Alive!'
'Abstract in Acylics'                                   'Portrait in oils'
'Intro to Life Drawing'                                   

Fee - from £150 plus travelling expenses.
I can also run a demonstration as a workshop piece.

I have run all day workshops for Weald of Kent Art Group, Ridgeway Art Group, Headcorn Art Group and East Sussex Art Group.
I have run workshops on drawing skills, pastels, watercolour techniques, Abstract art, Acrylic painting techniques and figure/life drawing with a model.
Workshops at my own studio for Art groups.
I can run all day workshops for your group at my own studio in Sedlescombe. I can take up to 12 people. Bring a packed lunch. Hot drinks and biscuits included.
£26 a person.


'Art and Design its Relevance to You.'

This talk is appropriate for all students in education from Key Stage Two upwards as an introduction to the relevance of art and design in all our lives.

Travelling expenses and a nominal fee applies.

I am also available for further work with students and their projects including ‘artist in residence’.