“For the things we have to learn
before we can do them, we learn by doing them.”
Wish you could draw – or even know how to start?
Or want to experience drawing and painting techniques to add to your toolkit for clients or students, while clocking up 2 hours per week towards your Professional Development?
Yes? Then secure your place now for a bold yet gentle 5 weeks of drawing and painting lessons. Learn from me, Tangerine Meg – graphic designer and practising artist.
Book below for Mini Term 3, 2019
Dates: 29 August, 5, 12, 19, 26 September
Thursdays 12.30 – 2.30pm – plenty of time to get to school pick up :)
Venue: Fleurieu Arthouse, Hardys Tintinara Winery, 202 Main Road, McLaren Vale, SA
How much to save my spot? $50/single class or $200 paid up front for all 5 lessons.
Put aside a little time for yourself
“There’s something art can do
for the soul that you can’t really put into words.”
~ David Hockney
Reserve a couple of regular dedicated hours to learn and practise a new skill! Join us in a range of Bold Art lessons – with a small group of kindred spirits who also want to get some creative practice back into their lives.
You will access your inner Bold Soul by following very practical steps. I will do a demonstration, then guide you to make your own drawing and painting each session.
This series is intended for age 18 and over. No previous drawing experience necessary. Materials provided. Simply turn up each Thursday, in Not Too Precious clothes or a good protective apron … bring your favourite tea bag if you like :)
Why me (Tangerine Meg)?
I went to Ruth Tuck’s legendary SA art lessons from the age of 7. Ruth invited me to help with the younger students in my final year of secondary school. For the next 10-ish years I attended Ruth’s adult classes, while assisting then teaching the younger kids. Thanks to the mentorship of Ruth and her teachers, an appreciation of garden variety beauty and a love of glorious colour was awakened, along with a commitment to painting and drawing practise.
And I’ve studied Graphic Design. Twice.
The first I completed, a Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) which covered design principles beautifully yet was before computers were in every room of every building, let alone every pocket … After a change of pace and 2 boys – teaching for Ruth through almost all of it – I did the majority of an Advanced Diploma in Graphic Design to learn to apply computer magic to my design skills… So you can see why my art style is ‘graphic’.
I’ve had 2 solo art exhibitions – the first between the arrivals of my now adult sons and the second at Goolwa’s Old Police Station in 2016 – and too many group exhibitions to count! I work from South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula, a friendly black cat my sunny studio companion.
Secure your spot below. Limited places!