Watercolour is Therapy – Semester 2

$30.00$80.00

Description: An enjoyable afternoon of painting with other experienced watercolour artists. Beginners are also welcome and will be mentored by the experienced class members.
Requirements: Bring paints, paper and brushes.

Tutors: Mavis Paskulich
Duration: 16 weeks
Start Date: 30th July 2024
Day & Time: Tuesday 12.45 – 2.45 pm

Semester one 2024 enrolments are now closed. Semester two enrolments will open 9.30 am Tuesday 16th July. 
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Description

Crèche: The crèche is not available for this session.

Introducing the tutor, Mavis Paskulich: Mavis was born in Nottingham England in the mid 1940’s moving to Perth Australia in 1969.  For the last 20 years she has lived within the Kalamunda shire.  On retirement she became involved with the Kalamunda Learning Centre, both as a participant (silk painting) and tutor (art group).
“Exploration and experimentation describe my approach. I paint with watercolours, paint on silk, create with fibres and textiles and paint digitally.”
Mavis is a very well-qualified and experienced artist, for full details check out her website. Artist Bio – Water Colour Is Therapy (weebly.com)

Mavis - Tutor
Tutor: Mavis Paskulich

2 reviews for Watercolour is Therapy – Semester 2

  1. bpasottiҘ

    Our Tutor Dina brought a great deal of fun to our “Watercolour is Therapy Class” this year.

    She arranged for us to view some tutorials on the large screen and not only did we all enjoy learning how to paint “carrot people”, but Picasso would have been impressed by the masterpieces that we produced after she suggested we all closed our eyes and drew a self portrait!

    After a great start to the year, thanks to Dina, the sky is the limit for our artists.

    Bev (2022 – semester 1)

  2. bpasottiҘ

    With only one week of this term left, we would like to thank Mavis and Dina for sharing their knowledge and expertise in watercolour with us.

    Some techniques taught this term have been botanical art, critique – v- criticism, granulation, lost and found edges and planning the picture.

    We’ve been encouraged to follow up with viewing Jude Scott’s and Oliver Pyle’s YouTube tutorials to name just a couple.

    Thank you to one and all for another successful semester.

    Dot (semester 1, 2023)

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