Each year I hear time and time again from people that have always wanted to learn how to draw or how to paint. People that have put it off for years. Jobs got in the way, children needed to be raised, family needed more time and so on. I also hear each year from many students that joined us for our workshops how they wished that they should have started years ago. That they should have made the time for their art, for their creativity, and simply time just for themselves.
Hi Everyone,Just posting directions to our lovely workshop this Saturday - DRAWING HORSES with Anne Smerdon.Location: Shamba Malaika, 138 Piggabeen Road, Currumbin Valley.Note: Piggabeen Rd, NSW and Piggabeen Rd, QLD do NOT connect as some GPS incorrectly assume. Please use the directions from the map in picture.1-5pm QLD time!
When you come across someone who has managed to get to the top of their game and stay there, you take notice.One such artist is Richard McKinley who has been painting for 38 years and teaching for 35 years. There's no surprise that every workshop sells out and he has become one of the most sought after teachers in the world. A note from the artist, 'My goal is to capture a piece of the spontaneous dance of light across the palette of nature. I hope my pieces are like a glance when we see something that makes us linger for a moment."
I often wonder what might have happened if I had the opportunity to learn from the masters that came before me. from the ones that had reached dizzying heights of success in their art careers, who were hunted down and stalked for their teaching and knowledge.Well I can wonder, but you no longer have to. Early next year. you have the chance to commit yourself to 10 days of moving your art to an entirely new level. Whether you are just starting out or more accomplished, every one will enjoy Sally's wisdom
Since we started our 1 day weekend art workshops, they have been selling out so fast we can't keep up! When I think about it, I can understand. I mean what better way to spend a day than by challenging yourself to doing something more creative with your day?