WORKSHOP – 20th-21st JULY: Ken Tucker
Venue: NORTH KIAMA NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE
28 Meehan Drive Kiama Downs
Times 9.30am – 4pm.
Cost: Members $180, Non-members $200
Outline of the course: Two days of painting fun and inspiration with our prize- winning KAS member, Ken Tucker. Suitable for both beginners and more advanced artists. Ken is in great demand as a teacher, so we are very lucky that he can fit us into his busy schedule again this year.
Bring charcoal, inks, pencils and acrylics. (no set palette).
Day 2: Acrylic on Canvas – 80x80cms. Land or seascape
Bring whatever paints and colours you already have, or that are your favourites.
No set palette. Bring an assortment of brushes, including some larger to 2-inch maximum.
Bring an old credit card
Bring your own easel, palettes, rags, plastic table covering, floor covering, spray bottle, water containers etc
Subjects: Bring a selection of your own images of land or seascapes. However, Ken will provide a land and seascape for those who prefer a set image.
Refreshments: Morning and afternoon tea provided. Bring your own lunch, or you can purchase from nearby shops.
To Register: Please email Helen Pain on firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest. Please include your contact phone number and method of payment (cash, cheque, direct deposit)
To Pay: Forward to Treasurer Ray Teasdale
Cash in an envelope with your name, code word and amount.
Cheque: payable to the Kiama Art Society. Write name and Code Word TUC on the back of the cheque. Post to The Treasurer, PO BOX 707, Kiama, 2533.
Direct Deposit (online): Westpac BSB: 032 689: Account No. 540 168. Please include your name and Code Word TUC on your bank statement. Email Helen to indicate you have paid.
Pay ASAP. Your payment secures your place at the workshop. NUMBERS ARE LIMITED TO 12. GET IN EARLY!
Helen has an exhibition at the Fern Street Gallery, Gerringong .
The exhibition is on until Sunday 2nd June and Helen would love her Kiama Art friends to drop in and say hello.
Philip is a Life Member of the Kiama Art Society and has been actively involved for many years .
His latest endeavour is the writing of his memoirs. Philip has 90 plus years to record and what an interesting story it will be. He has run galleries in The Rocks and at Nowra.
Philip still paints and this is his latest work. What an inspiration to us all to be still painting and tackling projects.