Art and Photography Courses
COURSE CONFIRMED. “It is almost impossible, okay, it is impossible to express in a short paragraph what a magical experience we had in Fiji at Mark Waller’s workshop. His ability to explain, demonstrate and teach are just incredible.”
One space left. Sketching is that quick impression, using a black pen, done in a moment with a dash of colour. We teach you to sketch in whatever time you have. This is why we call it Travel Sketching. Five minutes? Thirty minutes? You can always get an impression. After all, it may be the only chance you’ll have.
Students at the end of the week, will have a travel journal to take home from Savusavu, with completed paint sketches which will provide both a lovely memoir of the week, and a reference for future works to be created as well as three completed works on canvas.
POSTPONED UNTIL 2016. Margaret Best, one of North America’s accomplished botanical artists, brings her inspiring blend of scientific accuracy and artistic sensibility to this week in Fiji. Working with the rich and varied tropical flora that grows in such abundance in this tropical paradise, she will be showing her students how to capture their essence.
Pastel is an exciting medium that is delightful in its physical ease of use and rewarding in its flexibility. Charcoal is an equally fascinating medium. It encourages you to look at line, tone and texture. It’s a free, flexible art form which can be expressive and bold or mysterious and subtle.
Using simple but proven methods of capturing the image, seeing simple shapes, creating depth and appreciating light, Malcolm will build your confidence day by day. By the end of the week you will have produced a sketch book of drawings and paintings that capture the essence of the world around us and that you will be extremely proud of.