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ART ON THE GO...

we bring the class to you

Starting in the Spring/Summer of 2022 we began offering our art classes and workshops at a place of your choosing.

Ideal for birthday presents with a difference, or just a chance to have a go at painting in the comfort of your own home..

Weekly Classes - Spring 2024.
Christmas is approaching fast, and if you would like to join one of our classes next year, please either call, book through this website (from December 1st) or pop into the shop. We love to welcome you, whether this is your first term or your tenth!


 

Spring Classes 2024

Can Sing...

Autumn Classes 2023

Life Drawing
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Who is it suitable for?

Suitable for beginners and people with some experience.

What will it cover? 

Develop techniques and build confidence working on set themes or projects of personal choice.

What will I need to bring?

A list of materials required  will be supplied before the start of the course.

Watercolours

Who is it suitable for?

Suitable for beginners and people with some experience.

What will it cover? 

Learn new techniques and build your confidence with watercolour painting. Combine materials and create exciting effects under the guidance of Claire.

What will I need to bring?

Watercolour paint, paper and brushes.

Drawing and Painting
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Painting in Oils         

Who is it suitable for?

 No experience necessary, just a willingness to "have a go".

What will it cover? 

Always fancied painting in oils, but don't know where to start? Come and join us to make exciting works on a variety of themes. We will study the work of other artists and experiment with different painting techniques..

What will I need to bring?

Oil paints,  oil paper, board, and brushes etc. as well as palettes and rags, cleaning solutions.

Intro Printing
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Painting and Drawing

Who is it suitable for?

 No experience necessary, just a willingness to "have a go".

What will it cover? 

Join us on a creative journey in a relaxed and supportive environment where you will have the opportunity to explore diverse approaches to making exciting art works on a variety of themes, in a mixture of media. We will be studying the work of other artists for inspiration and experimenting with different techniques.

What will I need to bring?

Various mediums,  paper and brushes etc.

Watercolours
Botanical Painting
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Painting in Acrylics

Who is it suitable for?

 No experience necessary, just a willingness to "have a go".

What will it cover? 

Always fancied painting in acrylics, but don't know where to start? Come and join us to make exciting works on a variety of themes. We will study the work of other artists and experiment with different painting techniques and surfaces.

What will I need to bring?

Acrylic paints,  paper, board, and brushes etc.

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Botanical Painting

Who is it suitable for?

For anyone who is a beginner to botanical art; the course will cover the basics in terms of both skills and equipment. For students who already have some experience already, the course aims to help you develop the skills you already have and to increase both your confidence and ability.

What will it cover? 

Kate will guide you through the stages involved in producing a piece of accurate botanical work.

What will I need to bring?

Watercolour paint, paper and brushes.

 Jewellery Making Workshops

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MAKE A PAIR OF SILVER RINGS.

Join Rose* in this three hour workshop to make 2 silver rings for yourself, or a friend.

During the three hours you will learn techniques and about equipment that will be used; calculate the amount of silver needed; cut and texture the silver, anneal, form and solder, file and polish. We will also cover health and safety, and good practice.

There will be a break for tea or coffee (inc.) and the maximum number of students at a time will be 2.

COST = £95.00 for one person, £160 for two.

Saturdays      Please call for dates.  2.00 – 5.00

(Other dates may be requested – I’ll try to accommodate you)

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BESPOKE JEWELLERY WORKSHOP

 

Have you a project in mind? Something you would love to make? Want to reuse some old jewellery?  Rose will discuss ideas with you, and designs, so that you can create your own personal piece of jewellery.

The length and cost of the workshops will depend upon the item being made, and the metal used.

There will always be a break for tea or coffee (inc.) and the maximum number of students at a time will be 2.

 

 

GETTING MARRIED?  MAKE YOUR OWN WEDDING RINGS

What a perfect way to show your commitment by making each other’s rings.  Discuss options and metals with Rose, and arrange a date and times to suit you.

 

Mosaic Workshop
Saturday Workshops
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MAKE A PAIR OF SILVER EARRINGS AND NECKLACE.

Join Rose* in this 3 hour workshop to make a pair of silver earrings and a matching necklace for yourself, or a friend.

During the two hours you will learn techniques and about equipment that will be used; calculate the amount of silver needed; cut and texture the silver, anneal, form and solder, file and polish. We will also cover health and safety, and good practice.

There will be a break for tea or coffee (inc.) and the maximum number of students at a time will be 2.

COST = £95.00 for one person, £160 for two.

Saturdays       Please call for dates

2.00 – 5.00

(Other dates may be requested – I’ll try to accommodate you)

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Examples of earrings and necklace that could be made during the workshop.

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To book a class please call into the shop, or call 01455 636339.

Payment in full at time of booking please.

Cancellations received up to 2 weeks before the commencement of the course, or if the course is cancelled by us,  will receive a full refund. Cancellations made after that time will not receive a refund. If you wish to discuss payment options

please speak to Rose in the shop, or email roseallinson102@gmail.com 

*Rose first began learning jewellery when a friend invited her to come to a class with her. Once she started she was hooked and went on to study at Birmingham’s School of Jewellery, graduating with a First Class Honours degree in the 1980s. She returned in the 90s to gain an M.A. She was then invited to join the staff of the University, Project Managing the Jewellery Apprenticeship Scheme for 7 years. Rose has always had some jewellery project on the go, and now is looking forward to passing on her knowledge to others with the refurbishment of her workshop at The Art Studio.

 

Rose, Claire, Scott
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