Watercolour Workshop – Uralla Workshops

4 May 2019 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
McCrossins Mill
Salisbury St
Uralla NSW 2358

The Watercolour Workshop is a course designed for beginner and intermediate artists wishing to explore and improve watercolour painting techniques. A variety of concepts, subjects, application techniques, and forms of watercolour are explored providing the learner with a complete exposure to this popular art-making medium.

Our hosting artist from Tamworth – Meg Quilty will step you through the materials, tools and techniques of watercolour so that you will leave at the end of the day with your very own piece of art, and the know-how to continue to develop your talents.

Enjoy the spontaneity of this medium, and the freshness that comes from the mingling of colours and washes; learn a new hobby, meet new people, and discover why watercolour is such a popular and fun medium to work with.
To make our workshops even more appealing they are held at the beautiful McCrossin’s Mill Museum. Built in 1870, McCrossin’s Mill is a lovingly restored three storey flour mill which now houses a multi-award-winning museum, gallery and function centre.
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea are included in the cost so all you need to bring is you, an apron if you think you might need one, and a smile.
(Pay at Event)