Jan has asked us to bring these colours, but do check your colours against the Peacock Head image, Jan will supply for us, on the first day. Jan will use this to guide us through the basic steps of artists’ colour pencil use and will supply each of us with a cartridge paper image to use. Jan will also provide photos of the image, so this will be a very friendly introduction on Day 1. Visitors are very welcome, if space in the class permits. For more information please contact Gail, on 0429 174 818 Gail will also be able to provide the information about the Peacock Head, how to locate the image etc.
You will need these 12 colours:
Light Umber 941
True Blue 903
True Green 910
Dark Brown 946
Grass Green 909
Light Aqua 992
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We are proud and delighted to announce the upcoming opening of our final exhibition for 2017. Themed “Bush Fragments in the Red”, it’s the result of more than a year’s planning and working with curator Nicola Moss. Our hosts Redland City Mayor and Councillors have issued an invitation (below) which we now extend to all our friends, their friends and families, and all those interested in art and the threats to our environment.
The exhibition is the output of more than a year of mentored activity under Nicola’s guidance, designed to stretch the vision and versatility of group members. Nicola’s involvement comes to us under the auspices of the Redland Art Gallery, and has been funded by a Redland City Environmental Grant awarded to the Group. Learn more about this exhibition.
Redland City Council is proud to provide funding for Bush Fragments in the Red as part of the Community Grants Program to assist the Redlands Community
This gallery contains 5 photos.
Coochie Art Group had a great Opening Night for the 2017 Annual Art Show, which was very graciously opened by Redlands Deputy Mayor, Wendy Boglary on Friday, 11 August. The event was well attended by a large and enthusiastic crowd, eager to see the prizes being awarded for the various categories. The show runs until […]