With the arrival of the light and colours of early Spring, we are looking forward to some exciting new Seawhite Studio shows and courses, giving us all the opportunity to boost our creative energy and explore new directions.
Today we officially announce our brand new Atrium exhibition, Landscape, Light and Movement, a vibrant exhibition of contemporary art that reimagines traditional ideas of landscape painting!
Join us on the 16th March for the opening review to celebrate innovative and exciting work by 6 artists and Seawhite Studio students - your invitation is atttached! Read more in this newsletter.
Edith Barton. Landscape, Light and Movement Exhibition.
Inspired? Then why not sign up for one of our very special new courses- Julian Brown's Course 'Colour, Rhythm and Abstraction' taking place in March, is the perfect way to celebrate Spring creatively, exploring glorious colour through abstraction and patten. Book your place and read more about the course in this newsletter!
We have exciting news about Katie Sollohub's 'Drawing and Painting the Head' course. Emily Ball will be joining the course to do her own work, so students will get the opportunity to work alongside Emily as well as enjoying Katie's expert tuition. Book your place below, for this inspirational experience!
Artist Emily Ball working at the Drawing the Head course.
Landscape, Light and Movement - Opening Saturday March 16th!
Landscape Light and Movement
An exhibition of paintings by Judith Smith, Edith Barton, Sally Meyer, Julia Schultz, Felicity Heath and Sylvia Barnes.
March 16th - June 14th 2019.
Opening Preview: Saturday March 16th 2019, 10 am - 4 pm.
Exhibition continues until 14 June 2019. Visits by appointment only Monday - Friday only.
Colour, Rhythm and Abstraction - Patterns that Connect
March 25th - 27th 2019 (Monday - Wednesday)
Exploring the beauty of colour through abstraction and pattern, the course will teach you how to create luminosity, rhythm and balance in painting. Starting with some of the rules of composition, over the three days the work will develop through layering, editing, mark making and expression.
Drawing and Painting the Head
Course dates: February 27th - March 1st
Painting and drawing the head is more than just about getting a likeness. It is about form, and expression, the direction and quality of the mark. It is about the gaze, the character of the pose, the turn of the head, the angle of the neck, the light.