Oil Painting for Improvers
11 week course - Monday 15th April
10am - 12pm
In this course you will develop your oil painting skills. The tutor will provide a range of prints for you to choose from, or you can bring your own projects along to learn in this fun and friendly class.
Learners can tailor-make their experience in this class by selecting projects which meet their particular interests. The tutor will provide projects covering a wide range of subject matter including portraits, landscapes and still life, or learners are welcome to bring along their own projects too.
This course is suitable for students who have completed a term of our 'Oil Painting for Beginners' course or for those who have some experience in oil painting that they have gained elsewhere. Your tutor, Warren Sealey, has years of experience teaching all levels of artists. He will explain and demonstrate techniques to help you get the most out of the class and really develop your oil painting skills.
This will be a fun, interesting and friendly course. Be inspired by those around you and by the beautiful building that the course is held in - a perfect way to kickstart your week.
Please note you need to bring your own kit to these classes including pain, thinner, brushes, paper etc. Details of exactly what you need will be supplied along with joining instructions which will be emailed to the students a fortnight before the start of the course.
15th April - 8th July 2024 (excluding 6th & 27th May)
Classes will take place on following dates:
Warren Sealey is a classically trained artist. He began his training in Toronto Canada at the Academy of realist art before moving to Florence Italy where he studied at Angel Academy, Charles Cecil studios and with American painter Rebecca Harp.
Since returning to his home city of Bristol in 2007 Warren has been busy painting for various exhibitions and galleries as well as painting portrait commissions.
Warren works in watercolour, oil and pastel. He teaches group and private classes and has given painting demonstrations to art groups all over the South West.