Coming & Recent Events
WAA at Whitehorse Festivals in October 2022
Whitehorse Seniors Festival Sunday 2 October
We will be at the launch of the Whitehorse Seniors Festival, 10am to 4pm Sunday 2 October. Visit us in the Nunawading Community Hub, 96-106 Springvale Road, Nunawading. We will be in Studio 9 where you can see demonstrations of artists at work, plus you will have the opportunity to buy beautiful and affordable unframed artwork created by our members. Admission is free.
Whitehorse Spring Festival Sunday 23 October
Visit us in the Nunawading Community Hub, 96-106 Springvale Road, Nunawading. We will be in Studio 9 where you will have the opportunity to buy beautiful and affordable unframed artwork created by our members. Admission is free.
Demonstration on Saturday 20 August 2022
Watercolours with Rob Candy
Great demonstration afternoon at Whitehorse Arts was watercolour with Rob Candy.
He says “I am a lover of landscapes and places, being passionate to record them in watercolour – not only the stunningly beautiful, as in the case of Sydney Harbour, but also the ordinary, such as an urban lane or old farm shed.
Painting exclusively in watercolour, I enjoy the challenge of laying transparent watercolour washes on rough paper and allowing the medium to dictate the outcome. I use watercolour due to its portability, allowing me to paint in situ.
Rob Candy began painting watercolours at Ku-ring-Gai Art Centre in Sydney with Owen Thompson and at the Royal Art Society with Frederick Bates OAM. He has a degree in Geography, which informs his analysis of, and appreciation for the landscape.
Since 2005 he has taught painting at Ku-ring-Gai Art Centre Sydney and he conducts workshops throughout Australia. A passionate traveller, he las led, both as guide and tutor, numerous watercolour tours. His visit to Normandy culminated in a solo exhibition with the them of the fishermen of Honfleur, France.
Wow, this demonstration was amazing and a full report will appear in our next Newsletter.
Head over to our Facebook and Instagram pages for photos of some recent events – the links are at the top and end of this page.
Pamela Pretty Demonstration, Saturday July 16th, 2022
Pamela is an experienced pastel artist and teacher. Good teacher that she is, she spoke confidently and interestingly about …..(read more from the report in the August Newsletter): https://whitehorsearts.info/staging/index.php/demonstration-16-july-2022/
It Hao Pheh Watercolour Demonstration Saturday 16 June 2022
It Hao is well-established as an artist and teacher of watercolour and drawing. He told us his favourite subjects to paint are……(read more from the report in the July Newsletter): https://whitehorsearts.info/staging/index.php/demonstration-saturday-16-june-2022/
Greg Allen Watercolour Demonstration Saturday 21 May 2022
It was great to have Greg Allen return to Whitehorse Arts and show his inimitable watercolour skills and energetic personality again. Today he would do a scene from……(read more from the report in the June Newsletter):
Six Art Societies Demonstration Saturday 30April 2022
This was a co-operative event shared by six art associations in the eastern suburbs including our own Whitehorse Arts Association.
Our Alan Close did two portrait demos. Other artists were doing oil landscapes, pastel, lino cut prints, watercolour pictures and so on. See the report and photos from the May Newsletter:
Alan Close Demonstration Saturday 23 April 2022
Alan Close packs two demos into one. Come and see how to give your work that full glass, gloss finish with a demonstration on resin. He will follow this with a demonstration on how to use coarse texture paint.
Colin Browne provided this report of the day:
Art at Home Challenge 2022 No 9
Still Life & Expressionist Self Portrait
Click the image to see the winning entries
19 March 2022 Lorraine Wigraft Demo,
Still Life in Pastel
A big occasion as we tried ourselves out in the new…..(Read the full report here)
WAA HAS AN ON-LINE ARCHIVE OF PAST EVENTS BACK TO 2005
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