COLOUR MIXING FOR PORTRAITS & FIGURES one day workshop on APRIL 14TH 10-4.30PM for those with painting experience

£65.00

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About the tutor - Liz Balkwill

I graduated from Norwich School of Art in 1980. I started working as a portrait painter 25 years ago working in both oil paint and pastels. The painting of still-life enabled me to move away from solely commissioned work and get gallery representation. I am well known locally as a tutor and demonstrator. I have always been keen to improve my skills and have attended many workshops during my career including Daniel Greene, Nelson Shanks, Robert Liberace and Sally Strand who have all been a great source of inspiration. I have also been fortunate to have taught and mentored by Gareth Hawker, a British Portrait painter.

Awards and Prizes

  • The President's Prize, Norfolk & Norwich Art Circle, 2009
  • The SCS Prize for best small work, Armed Forces Art Society (AFAS), 2009
  • St Cuthberts Mill Award, AFAS, 2010
  • Highly commended SAA Artist of the Year, 2011
  • Herring Easel Prize, ROI, 2013
  • Unison Award, Pastel Society, 2013
  • Society Prize for Painting, AFAS, 2013
  • Pan Pastel Prize, Pastel Society 2015
  • W & N award for non-member ROI 2016
  • Buzzacott Award, Pastel society 2019
  • Best in Show Award, Institute of East Anglian Artists, 2019.

Galleries and Exhibitions

Liz’s work is currently being exhibited in the following galleries:

Mandell’s Gallery (Norwich, Norfolk)

Westcliffe Gallery (Sheringham, Norfolk)

Vilas Fine Art, Letchworth

Thompson’s Gallery, Aldeburgh.

She is a regular contributor at the Mall Galleries with the ROI and the Pastel Society, and has shown with SWA and the Royal Society of Portrait Painter

Publications:

Liz has written and contributed to features in the Artist’s and Illustrators Magazine.

Colour mixing for Portraits and Figures

This is a one day workshop that will concentrate on colour mixing for different skin tones and hair colour in light and shadow. Areas to be covered during the workshop will include:
* Light and shadow
* Colour strings to include hue, value, chroma and temperature
* Mixing with a palette knife (if using oils)
* Form painting

This workshop is best suited for those with painting experience. Please bring painting equipment in your preferred medium. Portable easels are desirable although colour mixing will be done on the tables provided.

Tea coffee are provided please bring your pack lunch

car parking on site