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South Coast Pastel Society presents its next workshop "Waves"


The South Coast Pastel Society continues to offer educational workshops and encouragement to all persons wishing to explore their hidden artistic nature. Beginners are most welcome as the class is designed to make that journey attainable.

On Saturday 18th August, 2018 commencing at 9am for a 9.30am start you will be guided expertly for 3-1/2hrs by highly acclaimed and award winning artist Lyn Woolridge. Lyn will show you how waves break, the light coming through them and their movement. Finishing at 1.00pm you will be able to take home a finished piece of art.

The cost of the workshop is $30 which includes use of pastels, paper, and images. The workshop will be held at the Batemans Bay Surf Lifesaving Club, George Bass Drive, Malua Bay. Participants are asked to bring along an apron and notebook, and if you prefer to stand and own a standing easel bring this, otherwise we will provide desk easels.

Lyn is best known for her pastel paintings of seascapes and rivers which capture the ever changing moods of the sea, lights on water and wet sand. As an award winning Malua Bay artist, she has worked in many mediums and has been featured twice in the Australian Artist Magazine. She has also more recently incorporated works featuring shadows, textures and light on old doors and windows.

A keen exhibitor in regional exhibitions her works have been popular and can be found in many homes both nationally and internationally and particularly at the Beachside Bakery Café, George Bass Drive. Lyn is an active committee member of our Pastel Society whose contribution has enabled the society to grown in strength and focus.

For bookings and registration please phone Lyn on 44713056 or email lw17@bigpond.com

“Membership is always welcome and application forms are available on our website www.southcoastpastelsociety.com or email southcoastpastel1@gmail.com. You can also like and find us on facebook.


Above: Lyn Woolridge with one of her beach pastel paintings.

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