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Hi all 
Just a reminder that Lorri will be away from 28th Feb until 15th April.  Norma is currently looking after Petty Cash & morning tea supplies.Please make sure you book in for these two great workshops!  Call Judy if you have any other questions!!

March 4: Clay heads and objects with Di Giddings. 

$20 per person (members)  Non members $25

10am—4pm @ Woorinen South Community Hall, McCalman Street (behind pre school)

Please contact Helen McKerrow if you are coming.  M: 0422 636 597.  Email: ggmck4@bigpond.com

You will need a base for your sculpted head.  A nice fat piece of dowell screwed into a rectangular or square base works well.  The one in the images is approx 16cm high and on a base of approx 15cm x 20cm.  You can make it smaller.  Once the head is dry you can remove it & reuse your stand.

Alternately you could bring a piece of board and make a mask or something similar.

image of stand for cclay heads

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April 1st (nothing arranged for first Wednesday – any volunteers to run a foolish workshop?  

Something really fun or a bit crazy would be great considering its April Fool’s Day!

April fools day image

Paul Oswin : Expressive Watercolour human and animal portraits

Sat 25th & Sun 26th  April 10am—4pm 

Woorinen South Community Hall, McCalman Street (behind pre school)

Please book with Judy Brawn.  M: 0448 918 771 E: brawnjudy@gmail.com

$90 for members $120 for non members (remember membership is just $25 per year!)

Art by Paul Oswin,.  Photo of child in front of large painting.

Paul’s workshops are fun and instructive.  Alternative uses for watercolours are explored in an explosion of colour!With Paul’s workshop you can break from the traditions of painting and develop an expressive skill set that will help develop more visual movement in your wet medium painting.  Paul’s aim in painting is to marry strong compositional methods with expressive qualities. He also develops rich textural elements by re-working finished painting with markers, pens and pencils.

Paul demonstrates his painting methods in a series of simple steps that participants can easily follow along. Participants can also take home an information sheet that outlines these steps for future reference as well.  Gain some new tips and tricks that will help your own artistic journey in a relaxed and creative environment. This workshop is suitable for both the beginner and experienced painter alike.  https://www.pauloswinart.com/

 Materials:

  • Watercolour paints and/or inks
  • Black drawing ink or ink pens
  • Masking fluid
  • Watercolour paper
  • Masking tape
  • Water containers
  • Pics of Person Bird or Animal for Reference

Optional materials:

  • IPad/ phone
  • White gel pens
  • Paper towel
  • Waterproof fineliners
  • Pipettes
  • Salt
  • Dip pens (often used for calligraphy)
  • Paint markers (these are markers that have paint in them. Ie. Posca)

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Lorri Lambert, Secretary MASH