2-Day Landscape Painting Workshop with Mark Anstis @ Lysnar House
If you are interested in the realist painting principles this workshop is for you!A well-structured, creative weekend with Mark’s drawing and painting demos and one-on-one guidance. This
If you are interested in the realist painting principles this workshop is for you!
A well-structured, creative weekend with Mark’s drawing and painting demos and one-on-one guidance. This workshop is best suited to someone with some drawing and/or painting experience. Medium: oil paints.
Mark Anstis is a professional artist and a sought-after art teacher based in Whakatane. Mark spent two years in Florence and Edinburgh further improving his skill, technique, and knowledge.
You can check out his work on:
facebook.com/MarkAnstisArt @mark.anstis.art markanstis.com
“We’ll study from, and do a copy of, one of my favourite landscape painters. Saturday (Day 1) will be an underpainting, and Sunday (Day 2), will be the final layer. Close attention will be put on colour and especially tone (value). Not only that, but there’ll also be an emphasis on understanding why those colours and values are used throughout the picture, in order to create a sense of light, depth, atmosphere and focus. It won’t necessarily be about finishing the painting, but more about trying to create an image of accurate colour and value relationships.”
COST: $200 payable to Gisborne Artists’ Society
CONTACT: Graeme Nicoll – firstname.lastname@example.org or ph 027 241 9040
REGISTRATION – TO G.A.S. with payment – Account: 02-0636-0176896-00
PAYMENT REFERENCE: [Anstis] and [your name]
Spaces are limited to ensure Mark can attend to everyone’s individual progress – please register early.
FULL MATERIALS LIST: will be emailed to participants
Indicatively, 6 oil paints will be needed:
– Titanium white
– Cadmium Yellow
– Yellow Ochre
– Burnt Sienna / Transparent Red Oxide
– Alizarin Crimson / Magenta
– Ultramarine Blue
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Graeme.
19 (Saturday) 9:00 am - 20 (Sunday) 4:00 pm
10 Stout St, Gisborne