3-day workshop: 29th-31st May 2019
A Creative Start to your Summer
We are very pleased to welcome Fiona Graham-Mackay, described by The Daily Telegraph as “the best art teacher in Britain”. She has painted the Royal Family, regularly exhibits at the National Portrait and Mall Gallery, and is a BBC broadcaster. She created a series of celebrity portraits, including that of Juliet Stevenson you can see below.
It’s going to be an exciting and inspiring workshop, whatever your level. It is drawing-based and a chance to join a bunch of artists in the fun of finding out how to change the world and be better at doing it than you were the day you arrived!
This is a workshop that will appeal to everyone, no matter previous experience, or in what medium you work. It is drawing based and confidence building. Fiona is taking us a stage further than we might ever go by ourselves. Together, you will did deep into the works of great artists as a source of inspiration and aspiration. Inspiration is in us all. Aspiration is recognising it. Fiona leads you there.
As Fiona says: “Get your summer off to a creative start and seriously, join the fun! It is a lovely time of year to go on a course like this. The sap is rising, the season blossoming with potential and a great opportunity to catch some of this rising energy and make it our own.” So come and be inspired by Fiona’s teaching.
See more of Fiona’s work here.