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Watercolour: Painting the Superb Blue Wren

Level: Beginners and Intermediate - Some knowledge of watercolour an advantage.

Facilitator – Nada O'Loughlin-Yonge

Venue - Tanilba Foreshore Hall, Tanilba Avenue, Tanilba Bay

When – 9.30am – 3pm Saturday 8 May 2021

Cost - $45

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 Brief description of workshop:

Using watercolour to paint one of our delightful little Australian birds found in our backyards. I will provide reference of bird. If you have any gum leaves that hang down, please flatten them to bring along. Gum nuts are good, too.

 Requirements: Could participants please bring:

WATERCOLOUR PAPER – good quality 300 GM Cold press (medium) or hot press. Approximate size  A4 or smaller; masking tape and cardboard to tape paper to.

BRUSHES – Good quality watercolour brushes with fine points Size 0

WATERCOLOUR PAINTS –Ultramarine Blue, Indigo, Antwerp Blue or Pthalo Blue, Dioxazine Violet,     New Gamboge Yellow, Burnt Sienna, Burnt Umber and Lamp Black

OTHERS – 2B or 4B pencil; putty rubber; water colour - colour palette; water container; tissues and  an old hand towel .

Supplied: Morning tea.