Narooma School of Arts presents Urban Landscapes, a workshop hosted by artist Waratah Lahy
DATE: 29 & 30 MAY
TIME: 9.30am - 4pm
VENUE: Narooma School of Art Studios, 92 Campbell St, Narooma
Urban Landscapes will take participants through a series of exercises culminating in the creation of an urban landscape painting using the streetscapes of Narooma as inspiration.
The workshop will focus on composition, tone and colour through a series of guided activities. Participants will create a number of drawings and sketches in addition to the final painting/work. Materials used include charcoal, paper and/or board, colour pencils / pastels and acrylic paint.
The workshop will commend at 9:30am and continue until 3:30pm each day at the Narooma School of Arts Studios
Waratah Lahy is an artist known for her ability to capture the everyday. Her work focuses on aspects of known and familiar sights that are easily overlooked. Her works are inspired by observations of her neighbourhood and other urban landscapes.
Lahy is a sessional lecturer at the Australian National University School of Art & Design. She has many years of teaching experience and applies learning techniques that will help you have a fresh perspective on creating an original artwork. Lahy has exhibited widely for over 25 years and is represented by May Space Online.
$180 members of the Narooma School of Arts