Trevor Waugh – Watercolour, Light and Colour
Two Day Course
Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th May
Make light the main focus in your watercolours. There is nothing more beautiful than a watercolour filled with with light and colour… although, deceptively difficult to achieve? Trevor will demonstrate simple ways of reaching this goal in your paintings.
Everything you wanted to know about watercolour but were too afraid to try! Something to suit every watercolourist from beginner to advanced.
Watercolour Flower Painting A must for all who like watercolour floral painting! How to get to the heart of the matter with handy hints and techniques for more colour and light. Make your watercolours “Sing” and get the best results using simple and effective techniques and applications
Coastal Watercolours Instruction given on how to paint reflections, effective looking boats and harbours plus beach scenes and figures. Improve your skills with this fun and instructive course. Large washes, techniques and drying times explained for your best results!
Includes homemade lunch, refreshments and cream tea both days
About the artist
Trevor Waugh is an internationally renowned and highly regarded British fine artist living in Wiltshire England. Working in mainly watercolour and oils, and occasionally in mixed media, his paintings can be found in many private and royal collections around the world.
He works in an impressionistic, loose artistic style that brings light and life to his chosen subjects. Genres include Portrait, Landscape, Flowers, Figurative, and Street scenes.
Studying at the The Slade School of Fine Art in the early 70s some of Trevor’s early work was shown at the Young Contemporaries Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts and the Collegiate Theatre UCL.
Following his graduation from The Slade School of Fine Art Trevor moved on to study illustration at Croydon College of Art where he obtained a distinction before embarking on a highly successful artistic career that involved worldwide travel.
What you will need to bring
Bring along your usual watercolour kit to include:
paper (preferably cotton rag, eg Saunders Waterford or arches)
Tape for securing your paper
Brushes ( a large wash or mop brush and another size 8-10)
Paints – any selection of colours is fine but suggested: raw sienna, Indian yellow, lemon yellow, cerulean blue, cobalt blue, permanent rose, vermillion, burnt umber).
Most equipment and materials will be available to buy or borrow on the day. Please call us for details.