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Marion and some of her lovely paintingsMarion and some of her lovely watercolour paintings
  
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Let's do Watercolours with Marion Chapman

Term Two 2017

From 9.30am to 12.30pm - A three hour class.

Monday 1st May to Monday 5th June

This is a six week term, Members $180.00
Non members, $213.00 which includes 2017 membership of the Society


Marion's enrolment form can be downloaded Here


Four places left

Explore watercolour techniques including washes, wet into wet and wet over dry.

Emphasis is placed on enjoying the process of creating watercolour paintings
where colours can mix and blend seamlessly.

Achieve a good understanding of how watercolour behaves when wet and dry.
When you learn to control the water, you can control watercolour effects.

Learn about colour theory and the importance of grey; how watercolour is made;
different types of watercolour paper; watercolour media; the importance of composition;
famous watercolourists; and tips and tricks.

Each week -  we will focus on a different aspect of watercolour and a different watercolour artist.

Marion's Materials list can be downloaded Here

For more information contact Tutor on: 0411 665 443 or email on:  mazchap@optusnet.com.au
or Class Co-ordinator on: 9501 1903  

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Marion Chapman is a UNSW Art & Design graduate and Sydney-based artist who specialises in
watercolour and print-making.

In 2015, Marion was a finalist in the Fisher’s Ghost (watercolour)
and The Australian Print Triennial (printmaking). 

Other prizes include Best in Show, Goulburn Show, 2 time winner Abstract section,
Combined Art Societies of Sydney and the Irodori Watercolour Prize.

Her work is held in various collections, including Tokyo’s Irodori collection, the Hurstville Heart Centre
(a suite of 13 works) and St George Hospital (a suite of nine works in the rheumatology department). 

In 2016, Marion was a finalist in the Fleurieu Food and Wine Prize.

Her work is also held by private investors across the world from Miami to London.

Marions Latest Awards:

       2016 Watercolour Prize St. George  Art Society

       2016 Finalist Wollongong Watercolour Prize

       2016 Finalist Fleurieu Food & Wine Prize

       2016 Winner Printmaking Oyster Bay Art Festival

       2015 Finalist Australian Print Triennial