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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Exciting Mixed Media Workshop Comes to Malua Bay

The South Coast Pastel Society (SCPS) is a very active group of artists from the south coast of NSW and surrounding regions. The society offers a path to bring together a diverse group of artists who share a love of creating art through the medium of pastels. In addition to holding regular exhibitions, the society organizes workshops and demonstrations delivered by well-known artists and teachers. This is one of several ways that the society helps experienced and budding artists to develop their skills and confidence. The Society’s next workshop is entitled “Exploring Reflections in the Landscape” and will be conducted by Catherine Hamilton, an established, professional, award-winning artist and tutor. She teaches in several media and subjects, creating confidence and inspiration in her students. She teaches throughout Australia and overseas in the Greek Islands and the UK.

Exploring Reflections in the Landscape with Catherine Hamilton is a 2-day workshop in mixed media and pastel. Over the two days of this workshop, participants will learn innovative and creative ways to expand their use of pastels with the use of colored and black inks, charcoal and other media to build visually exciting and compelling images that engage the viewer in the exploration of water and reflections in the landscape. The workshop will be conducted at the Malua Bay Community Centre over the weekend of 13 and 14 May and costs just $180 for members of SCPS or $200 for non-members. For mor information about this workshop contact Anne Lindley on 0402408882 or Also, check out the South Coast Pastel Society web site ( or find us on Facebook to find out more about the society and what it does.


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