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David Lake - Two day workshop in March                 Tanner Tan - Two day workshop in April               

                                  

Workshops

Workshops are open to all adults, for both members and non-members
and are held at the Society, 101 Woronora Parade Oatley NSW 2223.


Price of these two day workshops is $100.00 per for members
and $120.00 for non members


Full Payment must be made when booking workshop

Workshop times are 10.00am to 4.00pm - Arrive at 9.30 am to set up.  BYO lunch
Free cups of tea, coffee and biscuits available


2018

March 24th and 25th - David Lake - Landscape in Oils

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Enrolments for non-members open Monday March 5th 2018

David's enrolment form can be downloaded Here

Materials list can be
downloaded here

David Lake is an oil painter of the Australian Landscape.  He has been painting for more than
thirty years, and on a fulltime basis since 2002.  Originally from Sydney he now resides in the
small town of Newbridge in the NSW central tablelands.

In 1985 David began exhibiting in the Sydney metropolitan area. From the mid 1990’s he has
participated in both solo and group exhibitions on an annual basis. Solo exhibitions have been
held with Boyd Fine Art Gallery (Narellan) in 1999, 2001, 2003, and 2005, Riverbank Gallery
(Canowindra) in 2009, and the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery in 2010.

As a self-taught artist David has developed his own distinctive style that has been winning
him awards and commendations since 1991, including the Combined Art Societies of Sydney –
Artist of the Year for 2007, 2008, and 2009. David’s paintings have also been selected in many
significant art prizes including the Country Energy Prize for Landscape Painting, The Mortimore
Prize, Kogarah Art Prize, Willoughby Art Prize, Hawkesbury Art Prize,
and the Korea Australia Arts Foundation Prize.

He has been a finalist in the International Artist Magazine Prize for Landscape
Painting on two occasions and since 2006 has collected more than eighty 1st prizes from
exhibitions across NSW.

David is a Fellow of the Royal Art Society of New South Wales. He is also a member of the
Oatley 101 Society of Artists, and a participant on the Bathurst Arts Trail. His work has
appeared on several occasions in Australian Artist Magazine and he is represented in
Max Germaine’s Artists & Galleries of Australia (1990 edition).


April 5th and 6th - Tanner Tan - Watercolour

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Enrolments for non-members open Thursday March 22nd 2018

Tanner's enrolment form can be downloaded Here

Materials list can be
downloaded here

Day One: Basic understanding of drawing and composition. Basics in watercolour washes and brush strokes. Practicing painting a simple subject

Day Two: Full Watercolour paintings on quarter sheets.

Born in Singapore, Tanner migrated to Australia in 1981 and has settled in Illawong
with his wife and son.
He is largely self-taught, although in Australia, Tanner has undertaken classes at the
Paddington Art School and the renowned Julian Ashton Art School.
He specialises in the watercolour medium.

Tanner has won numerous awards for his work. Notable achievements include the
John Upton Watercolour Award from the St George Art Society and multiple prizes at
the Oatley 101 Society of Artists’ Annual Exhibitions. More recently, he has won first prize
in both mixed media and watercolour sections at the 2010 Waterbrook (Yowie Bay)
Senior Art Competition, as well as receiving a commendation award at the 2011 Combined
Art Societies of Sydney’s Annual Exhibition.

Many of Tanner’s works decorate the walls of corporations and private collectors.
He is an active participant in art exhibitions conducted by schools, art societies and
charitable organisations and also provides demonstrations and workshops with various art
societies across Sydney.
Tanner has been the featured artist at several exhibitions, including the Engadine Boy’s
Town Art Show and Festival of Kurnell Art Show.


More Workshops for 2018
June 23rd and 24th - Carla Hananiah - Working with Winsor and Newton materials
June 30th and July 1st - Paul Margocsy - Wildlife Art using airbrushing
techniques and focussing on realistic depiction of fur and feathers

September 15th and 16th - Jill Cairns - Expressive Drawing Techniques
October 27th and 28th - Sue Gasser - Painting with Pastels