Open Studio: Oil Painting

Open Studio: Oil Painting

$430.00 inc. GST

Lecturer: Melanie Brown
Mon 29 Apr – Mon 3 Jun
6.00pm – 9.00pm 
Level – Advanced

 

This course will give participants the opportunity to develop their painting practice in a supportive and friendly environment. Participants will work independently with guidance from Melanie Brown and Daryl Austin. The emphasis will be on developing participants’ own individual work and concepts, whilst improving technique and studio practice. Participants may choose to work on an uncompleted painting, start a new larger work, or begin a group of studies.

Open Studio – Oil Painting is intended for artists who may struggle with the isolation of working on their own, for recent graduates to get some direction with their work, and for those who simply wish to advance their painting practice. It is a valuable chance for like-minded artists to learn from, support and encourage each other, under the direction of an experienced painter and lecturer.

Previous painting experience is essential (suitable for practicing artists and current degree students).

 

Materials required:
Please bring oil painting materials appropriate to the work you will be making in the Open Studio.

 

Melanie Brown completed a Bachelor of Visual Art (Honours) in 2008 at Adelaide Central School of Art, having been awarded several scholarships and the Alumni Award. She has won awards including the Clifton’s Art Prize in 2008, the Loreto Star Portrait Prize in 2013 and the Kennedy Art Prize People’s Choice Award for 2015. Melanie has an extensive exhibition history in addition to lecturing at Adelaide Central School of Art. Melanie has received corporate and private commissions for her paintings both locally and overseas.
melaniebrown.com.au

 

Image: Mel Brown, Interplay, 2023, Oil on Canvas, 124 x 121 cm

 

Please read the Terms and Conditions before completing your enrolment.

 

Categories:Short CoursesTerm 2 2024
Discipline:Painting
Experience Level:Advanced

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