Artist: Trish Bishop

This will be an experimental workshop using watercolour and Japanese Koh-I-Nor paints. Artist Trish Bishop will work with you on a journey beyond conventional boundaries, enabling you to try something you may love or which may not work out but will still be fun!

Take a risk – look for the main colour then chose a complimentary colour. Create a series of small paintings allowing your self time and freedom to explore your palette.

Artist biography is below (scroll down).

Open to: Everyone! No experience required.

Where and when: 15th June 2024, 13:00 to 16:00 at Baptist Church, 135 Hill Road, Folkestone CT19 6LY. Free parking is available.

What to bring:

  • Koh-i-Noor paint boxes will be available to use or buy at £7 set.
  • Watercolours
  • A4 or A3 textured watercolour paper
  • A good selection of soft brushes, drawing pen
  • Small sponges, old toothbrush, tissues
  • Jam jar for water
  • Narrow masking tape
  • Drawing board / cardboard or hard back sketchbook
  • Desk easel

Tickets

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Masterclass | How not to be afraid of colour and tame the palette | Member
Instructor: Trish Bishop | Where: Baptist Church, 135 Hill Road, Folkestone CT19 6LY | Free off-street parking: Yes | When: Saturday 15 June 2024, 1pm-4pm
£15.00
14 available
Masterclass | How not to be afraid of colour and tame the palette | Non Member
Instructor: Trish Bishop | Where: Baptist Church, 135 Hill Road, Folkestone CT19 6LY | Free off-street parking: Yes | When: Saturday 15 June 2024, 1pm-4pm
£20.00
13 available

Biography

Trish Bishop is an experienced artist and freelance educator having taught Art in adult education, education centres, schools and privately.

She has exhibited nationally and sold her work commercially.

Her approach to art is spontaneous and intuitive using a broad range of materials and techniques to explore the territory of cultural identity and her personal connections to places.

Following her 1st class honours first degree she achieved an MA at the University of Kent in 2009.