Faber-Castell Watercolour Workshop With Faith du Plessis in Knysna (20 April 2024)

Join Faith in and the vibrant world of watercolours in a workshop, where you’ll learn to master Faber Castell watercolours and blend them with mediums like charcoal and soluble inksticks. Delve into colour mixing, the interplay of light and shadow, and the control of pigment in water to create captivating effects. Whether depicting the intricate details of trees or vast landscapes, this workshop offers a blend of instruction and experimentation, perfect for artists seeking to elevate their skills and enjoy the process of creation.

Date: Saturday, April 20th 2024
Time: 09:30 – 12:30 (3 hours)
Place: The Deckle Edge @ Corner of Clyde and Waterfront Drive, Knysna
Workshop space is limited so booking is essential

All materials will be suppliedby Faith, Faber Castell and The Deckle Edge

* Each attendee gets a 10% Deckle shopping coupon for the day.

Please Bring: Apron and any watercolours or brushes that you already have

Recommended age: All welcome from 15 years and up.

What you will learn:

Learn how to mix and use watercolours to create different effects. You wil then take these skills and put them into use in creating your own watercolour art work.

About the facilitator:

Painting and teaching are Faith’s passions! Her studio, The Art House Knysna, is well-known on the Garden Route art scene and beyond. Her signature works are mainly botanicals and anything to do with nature, sometimes with a twist! She loves experimenting with techniques and colours. Faith says she can’t resist a splash of metallic paint here and there! She undertakes commissions for interior decorators and private individuals, and she participates in group exhibitions.

Faith came from a multi-talented creative family and then went on to study design and work as an illustrator for a publishing company. With this background she developed a love of fine art and painting.

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Join Faith in and the vibrant world of watercolours in a workshop, where you’ll learn to master Faber Castell watercolours and blend them with mediums like charcoal and soluble inksticks. Delve into colour mixing, the interplay of light and shadow, and the control of pigment in water to create captivating effects. Whether depicting the intricate details of trees or vast landscapes, this workshop offers a blend of instruction and experimentation, perfect for artists seeking to elevate their skills and enjoy the process of creation.

Date: Saturday, April 20th 2024
Time: 09:30 – 12:30 (3 hours)
Place: The Deckle Edge @ Corner of Clyde and Waterfront Drive, Knysna
Workshop space is limited so booking is essential

All materials will be suppliedby Faith, Faber Castell and The Deckle Edge

* Each attendee gets a 10% Deckle shopping coupon for the day.

Please Bring: Apron and any watercolours or brushes that you already have

Recommended age: All welcome from 15 years and up.

What you will learn:

Learn how to mix and use watercolours to create different effects. You wil then take these skills and put them into use in creating your own watercolour art work.

About the facilitator:

Painting and teaching are Faith’s passions! Her studio, The Art House Knysna, is well-known on the Garden Route art scene and beyond. Her signature works are mainly botanicals and anything to do with nature, sometimes with a twist! She loves experimenting with techniques and colours. Faith says she can’t resist a splash of metallic paint here and there! She undertakes commissions for interior decorators and private individuals, and she participates in group exhibitions.

Faith came from a multi-talented creative family and then went on to study design and work as an illustrator for a publishing company. With this background she developed a love of fine art and painting.

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