This hands-on session in our East London workshop space on December 10th, 2014 offers you a brilliant opportunity to try the new Winsor & Newton Watercolour Markers and Winsor & Newton Watercolour Sticks under the guidance of the President of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours – Andy Wood. Andy Wood, who is a regular contributor to Artists and Illustrators, The Artist and Leisure Painter magazines, will give a short presentation about his work as a professional painter and a demonstration of some of his techniques. You will then have the opportunity to be guided by Andy as you execute your own water colour painting.
In this four hour, hands-on session you will learn hose to best use the new Winsor & Newton Watercolour Markers and Winsor & Newton Watercolour Sticks. All materials are provided, including Watercolour Markers, Watercolour Sticks, Professional Watercolour paints, paper and brushes.
Take this opportunity to learn from the best and use the best!
Wednesday December 10th, 2014
advanced booking is essential
Jackson’s Art Supplies Shop
1 Farleigh Place
Book your place online
or call Jackson’s on 0207 254 0077
or ask in store.
Born in Porlock, Somerset, England, in 1947, Andy Wood spent his formative years in Surrey.
From 1965 to 1970 he studied painting at Croydon College of Art & Newport College of Art gaining a degree in Painting and Film in 1970.
In 1977, having gained a Post Graduate Certificate in Education at Maria Grey College of Further Education, he moved to Dorset and concentrated on painting full-time. Since 2002 he has lived and worked in East Sussex. Andy Wood has shown his work in exhibitions in England, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Canada and the United States of America.
He is the current president of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours. As a member of both the RI and the Royal Society of British Artists he regularly exhibits in their annual shows at the Mall Galleries, London. Several publications have featured his paintings including, most recently, ‘Artists and Illustrators’, ‘Leisure Painter’ and ‘Pratique des Arts’. Andy Wood’s paintings are in numerous public and private collections including those of: The North Carolina Museum of History, Duke University, The Central Carolina Bank, The Chelsea Arts Club, Lyme Regis Museum and HM The Sultan of Oman.