Workshops

Andrew's upcoming Australian workshops are below. You can book them here on the website.

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14th, 15th, 16th

OCTOBER 2022

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28th, 29th, 30th

OCTOBER 2022

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11th, 12th, 13th

NOVEMBER 2022

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25th, 26th, 127th

NOVEMBER 2022

Date- 14th, 15th and 16th of October 2022

Sessions- 9.00am-4.00pm

Venue-  Japanese Gardens, Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens, Brisbane

Study plein air painting with nationally-renowned realist painter, Archibald and Doug Moran Prize finalist, Andrew Bonneau. 
In this workshop students will spend three days painting on location in the Japanese Gardens of Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens in Brisbane.

Over the three days, students will develop two paintings of a landscape view of their choosing. All aspects of the process will be discussed and demonstrated, such as proportion, linear and atmospheric perspective, conceptualising form in relation to a light source, colour theory and paint handling.

Basic knowledge and skills in drawing and painting will be helpful for this workshop. The more experience you have in painting and drawing from life the better, but the workshop is suitable for all levels.  

 

Materials are not included. Please find the materials list below.

Date- 28th, 29th and 30th of October 2022

Sessions- 9.00am-4.00pm

Venue- Umbrella Studio, 408 Flinders st, Townsville

Study portraiture with nationally-renowned realist painter, Archibald and Doug Moran Prize finalist, Andrew Bonneau. 
In this workshop students will spend 3 days developing a single portrait painting from life. The emphasis will be on the accurate observation of the model. 

Working from the life model for the entire workshop and

beginning from an initial 'block in' in graphite, we will proceed to develop a refined drawing which we will then transfer to canvas to begin painting. All aspects of the process will be discussed and demonstrated, such as proportion, anatomy, perspective, conceptualising the model in relation to the light source, modelling form, colour theory and paint handling.

 

The more experience you have in painting and drawing from life the better, but the workshop is suitable for all levels.  

  

Materials are not included. Please find the materials list below.

Light refreshments, tea and coffee will be provided, as well as easels and chairs.

Date- 11th, 12th and 13th of November 2022

Sessions- 9.00am-4.00pm

Venue- Meeting Hall, All Saints Ainslie, 9-15 Cowper st, Ainslie, Canberra

Study flower painting with nationally-renowned realist painter, Archibald and Doug Moran Prize finalist, Andrew Bonneau. 
In this workshop students will spend 3 days developing a single oil painting of a bouquet of flowers from life.

Painting flowers consists largely of subtle shifts in hue and chroma within a narrow tonal range. You will become acquainted with colour mixing strategies and gain knowledge about direct and reflected light. All aspects of the process will be discussed and demonstrated, such as proportion, conceptualising the flowers in relation to a light source, modelling form, colour theory and brushwork.

Basic knowledge and skills in drawing and painting will be helpful for this workshop. The more experience you have in painting and drawing from life the better, but the workshop is suitable for all levels.  

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Date- 25th, 26th and 327th of November 2022

Sessions- 9.00am-4.00pm

Venue- The Art Rooms Studio, St Peters, Sydney

Study portraiture with nationally-renowned realist painter, Archibald and Doug Moran Prize finalist, Andrew Bonneau. 
In this workshop students will spend 3 days developing a single portrait painting from life. The emphasis will be on the accurate observation of the model. 

Working from the life model for the entire workshop and

beginning from an initial 'block in' in graphite, we will proceed to develop a refined drawing which we will then transfer to canvas to begin painting. All aspects of the process will be discussed and demonstrated, such as proportion, anatomy, perspective, conceptualising the model in relation to the light source, modelling form, colour theory and paint handling.

 

The more experience you have in painting and drawing from life the better, but the workshop is suitable for all levels.  

  

Materials are not included. Please find the materials list below.

Light refreshments, tea and coffee will be provided, as well as easels and chairs.

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