Roger Dellar – Marine Scenes, Oil Painting***Only 3 Places Remaining***

Date: 30th April 2017
Time: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Spaces: 1


Join Roger Dellar for this studio based workshop and discover his process and techniques for creating an oil painting from start to finish.

Roger will be with us for two days, each structured as an individual workshop, but which can be combined to increase the intensity of the experience and the continuity of the learning and practice.

This workshop will cover what makes a successful composition, how the approach to working makes a picture cohesive and techniques for painting convincing water and reflections. Using a limited pallet he will also teach you how to simplify colour mixing, allowing you to work faster; an invaluable skill if you want to work plein air.

As a highly successful gallery artist Roger has a wealth of experience to share with his students, making this an exceptionally fulfilling event.

Roger is equally happy teaching beginners and experienced artists, making this workshop open to anyone who has a desire to paint.

Includes homemade lunch, refreshments and cream tea

About the Artist

Roger Dellar is a professional figurative artist who works in oils, pastels, mixed media, acrylics, and water based media. Working from his studio in Surrey, he has a keen interest in people and their behaviour, and is fascinated by the way the play of light transforms a subject; either working in the studio or plein air.

He is a member of The Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour, The Pastel Society, and The Royal Institute of Oil Painters.  Since 1996 has been an active member of The Wapping Group.  He has won numerous awards and regularly exhibits in galleries in the UK, including several one man exhibitions.

What you will need to bring

Your usual oil painting kit (traditional or water soluble)
limited pallet of: Ultramarine Blue, Cobalt Blue Hue, Cadmium Yellow Light, Cadmium Yellow, Cadmium Deep Red, Alizarin Crimson and Titanium White (similar colours are fine, but a warm and cool of each of the primaries work best, Roger rarely uses earth colours)
Canvas board 12″ x 12″ (available to buy on the day)
Table Easel if you have one (if not use one of ours)

Materials and equipment will be available to borrow or buy on the day, please contact for more info.

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