Sketching and Watercolour
Have you got an inner Artist that is waiting to burst out in full colour? If so, our Sketching and Watercolour course is picture perfect for you!
This course is ideal if you’re a creative person new to sketching and watercolour or if you’ve already got some experience and looking to refine your existing skills!
This course offers the opportunity for the student to both develop their artistic skill and share their ideas in a comfortable and friendly environment with like minded people.
Full details of what is required for the course will be given before the course begins, students are welcome to bring any drawing/watercolour painting materials that they already have.
Bromsgrove (& Redditch) Campus - Wednesday Evenings – 7pm-9pm
21-Sep-2022 - 30-Nov-2022
18-Jan-2023 - 29-Mar-2023
19-Apr-23 28 - June-2023
Worcester Campus - Tuesday Evenings - 7pm-9pm
20-Sep-2022 - 29-Nov-2022
17-Jan-2023 - 28-Mar-2023
18-Apr-23 - 27June-2023
Please note this course depends on minimum student numbers to run, we therefore do not recommend you purchase any equipment until the course is confirmed as going ahead. You will be fully refunded the course fee should the course be cancelled.
Each week the course covers different aspects of how to develop sketching techniques and use watercolour paint in a variety of ways.
The subject matter includes still life, animals, people, landscapes and buildings whilst techniques taught are both traditional e.g. colour mixing and composition and experimental. Sessions also include references to both historical and contemporary art.
The course is suitable for complete beginners and the more experienced who wish to expand and develop their practical and visual knowledge. Students will be encouraged to visit local exhibitions and artists talks.
What can I do next
This course is designed to be ongoing to allow students to continue practicing their art. Those wanting to specialise in a particular area e.g. Portraiture, could join a specific class for that. Those wishing take a more academic approach could investigate professional art courses.