25 April Painting with coffee or tea - Using coffees or teas of different strengths to paint with. You can either paint a monochrome or add coloured ink/paints to supplement. Your choice of subject
2 May Edges – soft and hard, lost and found - Choose any subject you like, but ensure you get a good variety of edges in your painting.
9 May Yellow - I personally find yellow a tricky colour to keep clean and fresh – so choose a subject with a good splash of yellow. It could be a field of oil seed rape, a yellow balloon, yellow flowers, someone in yellow wellies…
16 May Texture - This could be painting on a textured surface, using things to create the illusion of texture or painting to capture texture.
23 May Texture - Continuing from last week.
30 May No Class = half term
6 June Maps - Painting on a map, painting of a map, painting of the area you live in or one you love….
13 June Fast! - This could be a race, a motor car, a running greyhound. Anything with a bit of speed.
20 June A collection - A collection of items – from a collection of Dinky cars, to a stamp album.
27 June Portrait - Self portrait, portrait of a famous p.erson, portrait of a family member
4 July No class – I’m in Italy teaching!
11 July En Plein Air - If it is nice, we will draw or paint around the church. If it is raining we will stay in the church rooms and paint the topic ‘Picnic’
18 July Whatever you fancy – end of term free for all.