Painting Watercolour Landscapes with Charles Evans (Artwaves 2019)

22 June only
Enjoy a relaxed three hour stage by stage workshop. This workshop is aimed at artists with some existing experience in watercolour painting.
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Painting Watercolour Landscapes

Charles Evans

Workshop Description
Enjoy a relaxed stage by stage workshop with well known artist Charles Evans. This three hour stage by stage workshop will see Charles demonstrate and supervise your landscape painting in watercolour.

This workshop is aimed at artists with some existing experience in watercolour painting.

About The Artist
Charles Evans was born a Yorkshire country boy with the privilege of playing in the fields, woods, rivers and lakes around his farmhouse family home.

He studied at Lincoln College of Art and finally turned to the medium of watercolour. Watercolour is the traditional English medium because, as many artists have discovered, it captures the beautiful sense of atmosphere, haziness, dampness and watery skies of the British landscape.

He was commissioned by the National Coal Board, as it was then, to paint a series of paintings of pits and pit villages. This led to a very long and fruitful alliance with the Coal Board, who sponsored his first one man exhibition held at the Headrow Gallery, Leeds, in 1983. After that he held successful one man or mixed exhibitions up and down the country.

He was then commissioned by Tyne Tees Television to make a short series of painting programmes. These became so successful a total of 96 programmes were made, broadcast across the UK and Europe.

Aside TV appearances Charles is well known for his long running series in various high profile art magazines, a lead demonstrator for Windsor and Newton and a star of making more videos for the company, Teaching Arts.

What you need to bring with you

  • Brushes
  • Jar for water
  • Old clothes if participant feels it necessary

Please note: Brushes can be purchased at around 50% of the usual cost from the Charles Evans stand.

Workshop runs from 10.30am to 1.30pm

Please come to the foyer area of the Spa 15 minutes before the workshop start time to help the ArtWaves team direct you where you need to be.

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