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Drawing, Painting, Mixed Media with Kerry Gulliver - Term 3 2019
 

The course is open to all skill levels and will allow for personal expression. You are free to develop your own works.

For those who are starting out, bring some materials from the list below, and some reference material, i.e. photos, images of artworks that inspire you, objects you like etc, and Kerry will help get you started.

Throughout the term you will be looking at the basic elements of art, principles of design, genres, techniques, and the importance of drawing.

 

Dates:  Wednesday 24th July - 25th September 2019

Time: 10:00am – 3:00pm

Location: NERAM – Packsaddle Studio (rear of Gallery)

 

Packsaddle Studio

NERAM - Packsaddle

106-114 Kentucky Street

Armidale NSW 2350

 

PREPAYMENT ESSENTIAL 

COST: GENERAL: $225.00/FRIEND OF NERAM: $215.00 for 10 weeks

 

BOOKINGS CLOSE SUNDAY 21ST JULY AT 5PM. PLEASE BOOK AND PAY BEFORE THIS DATE TO ENSURE CLASSES GO AHEAD.

 

Kerry Gulliver is a skilled artist and educator who has exhibited regularly in Armidale, Sydney and Tamworth. She has trained in visual arts, animation, colour theory and graphic design and works regularly with community and other groups to run a range of art courses.

Suggested materials for class:  Please bring any reference materials that inspire you.

Paints (acrylic is the most practical, but you may prefer oils), brushes, canvas or paper. Heavier papers are better to paint on, such as 80gsm or higher. Kerry likes the medium or rough textured paper. Cheaper paper is OK for experimentation.

For drawing, Cartridge paper (any size), pencils in a range of hardnesses (but more in the soft range), rubbers, crayons, coloured pencils and any other materials that you like to work with.

 

Any any enquiries please contact: May (Front of House Coordinator) PH: 6772 5255 or email:foh@neram.com.au