Monday 20th July – Painting the Garden in Pastels
Painting plein air to capture the delights of the garden using soft pastel.
Cath Inglis will give you a short demonstration showing the techniques she uses and the use of tonal values & colour in pastel to create a wonderful painting of the garden. This may be a single flower in an intimate corner or the friendly resident hens!
Please bring with you:
Soft pastels but not any oil pastels
A board to take an A3 size Canson paper at least! Size 18 inches x 24 inches is a good size
A free standing easel is preferred as we will be working outside in the garden and it is best to work upright using pastels.
You may also like bring a small portable table for your pastels etc.
An old tea towel for keeping the hands clean.
An old oil painting brush and a rubber (to get rid of any mistakes, pastel is very forgiving)
Time: 10:00 to 16:30. Cost: £45
About Cath Inglis
An award winning artist Catherine works predominantly in soft pastels with a wide variety of subjects and is well known for her wildlife work .
She has regularly exhibited in the Westminster Gallery and The Mall Galleries London, also with The Kennel Club Art Gallery, London. She exhibits widely throughout the U.K. and has held several joint and solo exhibitions.
In 2005 She was elected to full membership of the Society of Women Artists and in 2011 won two awards, The Frank Herring & Son Easel Award and Jacksons People’s’ Choice Award at the Society’s Celebratory 150th SWA Exhibition held in the Mall Galleries London. Following in 2014 with the presentation of The Windsor & Newton Fine Art Award at the SWA annual exhibition in the Mall Galleries.
Catherine is a founder member of East Riding Artists and a Promoter and Professional Associate of the Society for All Artists for which she is also a demonstrator.
Her work can be seen in her studio in Skirpenbeck, near York, or by visiting her website. Some of her work is available in limited edition Giclee prints and greetings cards.