Where all the
useful stuff is
Oatley 101 Society of Artists Inc.
Jill and one of her lovely paintings
Demonstrations are held at the Society, 101 Woronora Parade Oatley West NSW 2223
on the 2nd Saturday of each month, 2.00 to 4.30pm and include afternoon tea.
The fee is $8.00 for members and $10.00 for non members.
You don't need to book for this activity.
11th February - Rachel Szalay will be our critic.
Bring along those paintings you feel you need some help with or simply come along and show them off.
Or come along simply to see and learn from other people's sessions.
An enjoyable and educational day for all.
Please don’t bring any paintings to the Critique that you are going to enter into the Ardency Art Exhibition. If you do, you are breaking the rule of this show…..that no painting can be entered that has been in a tutored situation like a workshop, class or critique.
March 11th - Jill Cairns will demonstrate Mixed Media -
Combining Inks and Charcoal to excite the senses in expressive drawing techniques.
Jill grew up in the Sutherland Shire and loved to colour and draw
as a child. She developed
She was accepted into the National Art School for the Graphic
Design Diploma and then
Her practice has won many awards in both exhibitions and
competitions across New South Wales
In 2016 she joined the Oatley 101 Society of Artists and won a
major prize at the Waterbrook
Jill's early influence came from Elioth Gruner's "Spring
Frost" and Arthur Streeton's
The strength of light, colour and sensitivity in the Australian
landscape and waterways
Now retired from teaching art in schools Jill has built her own
studio to tutor small groups,
More Demos for 2017:
April 8th - Natalie O'Connor - Choosing the right tools for water based media
May 13th - Wayne Harrison - Airbrushing - Fine Arts
July 1st - Natalie O'Connor - Spotlight on Acrylics
August 12th - Jeanette Prout - Mixed Media - Contemporary
September 9th - Ian Hansen - Maritime Art
October 14th - Bob Gurney - Landscape in Oils using a limited pallette
November 11th - Soheir Ehinger - Abstract