William Newton – Essex Seascape in watercolour ***ONLY 3 SPACES LEFT***

Date: 29th August 2015
Time: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
Spaces: 2


Spend  a day painting with the highly accomplished William Newton and discover the methods he uses to capture stunning depictions of the traditional Essex coastline. Working in watercolour William will demonstrate how to create a high level of accuracy in the subject with a subtle use of detail. You will also explore composition and colour use; key elements necessary to make any scene at once engaging and convincing.

For those participants with less developed drawing skills, simpler subjects can be attempted with more emphasis on the seascape element of the work. Whatever your level of ability you are sure to learn a lot from this talented, versatile artist.


About the Artist

William Newton was born in Essex and is a full time professional artist working on gallery, exhibition and privately commissioned paintings. He has enjoyed a number of very successful ‘sell out’ one-man exhibitions and has exhibited at various London locations, including the Barbican, the Mall Galleries, the Guildhall and numerous commercial galleries. Largely self-taught, he works in most mediums, on almost any subject-matter, notably marine painting and landscape etc. and is the author of the Leisure Arts book ‘Painting with Watercolours’. He is a member of various Art Societies, including the London Sketch Club and is also a busy demonstrator for a well-known Art Materials Company and runs regular painting workshops and demonstrations for Art Societies. A practising Art Tutor with experience of teaching both adults and children, his paintings are held in private and corporate collections worldwide.

Includes home made lunch, refreshments and afternoon tea

What you will need to bring

Your usual watercolour kit

Equipment will be available to use and materials will be available to buy on the day. Please contact us for further information.

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