Jake Winkle – Wild and Loose, Animals in Watercolour
With Jake to guide you, learn how to put the life into your wildlife studies through the imaginative use of colour and dynamic brushwork. He will show you how to capture the light and movement in animal subjects; an invaluable skill to be used in all your watercolour work. You will complete two paintings during the day, exploring different styles of working.
Includes homemade lunch and refreshments
About the Artist
Jake exhibits widely in the South of England and in 2004 was a finalist in the Daily Mail’s ‘ Not the Turner Prize’ competition. In 2007 his work was selected for the Royal Society of British Artists exhibition in London.
He has twice been winner of category and best in show at Marwell International Wildlife Art Society’s annual exhibition and in 2009 was awarded the prestigious St Cuthberts Mill award for best watercolour at the Society of Equestrian Artists exhibition at The Mall Galleries, London.
Jake has undertaken many fine art commissions for individuals and notable organisations including the National Trust.
As well as contributing to art magazines, Jake has also had books and instructional DVDs published.
What you will need to bring
Most materials and equipment will be available to borrow or buy on the day. Please contact us for details.
Since restarting our events in summer 2020, we have introduced changes to the way we operate; including reduced class sizes. The studio has been re organised to enable everyone to remain socially distant whilst at their workstation and hand sanitiser is provided. A large video screen has been mounted on the wall to enable everyone to view demonstrations from where they are working, eliminating the need to gather around the tutor. Lunch is now in the form of a packup to be eaten at your workstation; it may be served hot or cold. Drinks are available all day on a self serve basis.
Please try to arrive 15 to 20 minutes before the event begins to allow plenty of time to get settled in. The wearing of face masks is not required whilst at your workstation, but we would ask you to use one when moving about the studio.