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Tuner's masterpiece


The course will look at JMW Turner's watercolour techniques. His methods and materials will be discussed and demonstrated and you will be given time to practice using wet in wet, scratching out and stopping out, together with trying out his use of gum Arabic and Ox gall to enhance your paintings.

Reference images will be available and weather permitting some outdoor sketching will also be scheduled. The theme of the workshop will be on exploring Turner's innovative methods and to link this with your own personal style. Art historical references of Turner's exciting work will be shown in the form of a slide projection.

Expert tuition is provided by our tutor Bob Meecham, through demonstration and practice. It is hoped you will be encouraged to go to Tate Britain to see the work and have a deeper understanding of this unique and innovative painter.

Tutor: Bob Meecham

Cost: £165 excluding materials

Online booking at: https://landmarkartscentre.ticketsolve.com/shows/1173623738

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Watercolour - Exploring Turner's Techniques


Landmark Arts Centre, Ferry Road, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 9NN

Tel: 020 8977 7558

Opening Times

Season (16 Aug 2022 - 18 Aug 2022)
Tuesday - Thursday10:00 - 16:00

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