|Dates||Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 November 2023|
|Location||At the museum|
|Tutors||Karly Allen and Jo Lewis|
Master the creative possibilities of pencil and watercolour. Taking inspiration from our free display of watercolour landscapes by JMW Turner and Richard Parkes Bonington, you’ll investigate how these materials can be used to convey a sense of place, atmosphere, and personal connection to a subject. Our emphasis will be on experimentation and discovery, through close study of masterpieces in watercolour, quick-fire exercises, and longer periods to practise new approaches.
By the end of the weekend, you’ll have completed a number of watercolour sketches and gained confidence in using watercolour to respond to landscapes in the museum and in nature.
Joining Information and Format: This masterclass will take place in the Learning Studio, Lower Ground Floor at the museum.
Equipment and Materials: All materials and equipment are provided.