Chalk,Charcoal and Sanguine
with Scott Gleed
- Starts 22 OctStarts 22 Oct
- 45 British pounds£45
Chalk Charcoal & Sanguine - The Earth Medium 10:30 - 4:30 All materials included PLEASE NOTE: All of our workshops require a minimum number of participants for them to run. Workshops may need to be canceled or postponed if numbers are not met. This one-day workshop is great to re-start, start your journey in art, or move onto the next level. This interesting and versatile medium is great to get you back into art or the perfect way to start a beginner's art journey. It is a free-flowing and creative medium and allows fast progress. An old, if not the original medium, as used by the cave painters - all the elements originally come from the earth. The sanguine lifts the chalk and charcoal and gives a great sense of depth and movement. You can use the reference props that will be available, or bring your own image/props if you would like to move on to the next level. This course is suitable for complete beginners and those who have some experience, as Scott can adapt his teaching to suit each participant. If you would also like to come along to Scott's, The Next Steps workshop, on the 22nd Oct, please use the promo code DRAWINGBUNDLE at the checkout for a discounted rate. Artist: Scott Gleed Scott Gleed is a world renowned shark and aquatic sculptor, and finalist in the David Shepherd International Artist of the Year 2009. He has life size anatomical sharks and rays displayed in France, Australia, Maldives, Mauritius, Geneva and at many locations throughout the UK. The journey to sculptor has been an interesting one. As a keen conservationist especially within the marine environment, and endangered species, many of his artworks have an environmental message. Scott uses a wide range of products and materials to achieve the many and wonderful items he produces. He has exhibited throughout the UK, including at The Mall Galleries London, Glasgow School of Art, Artistin residence Living coasts and the Moray Arts Centre. Scott designs, sculpts, moulds and cast all his ownwork from his studio in the Highlands of Scotland close to the beautiful Findhorn River. Over the last few years Scott has been working with the Highland Hospice producing the squirrels and Highland cows for their very successful Art trails. Scott was a tutor in the Devon Collages for 5 year and has held workshops in MAC, Brodie Castle and Logie Steadings since locating back to the Highlands.
Our Cancellation Policy
Cancellation: Moray Art Centre (MAC) reserves the right to cancel courses if the circumstances dictate. If this occurs, you will be offered an alternative course or a full refund of your course fees. If MAC has to cancel any courses due to covid infection of the tutor (either during a course or immediately prior to a course/workshop) we will refund 100% of your fees. If you have to cancel less than six weeks before the start of the workshop/course/taster, please see refund structure below; Amount of cancellation charges: Weekend courses, Day Workshops and Taster Sessions Up to 6 weeks before 10% (90% of fees refunded) Up to 5 weeks before 30% (70% of fees refunded) Up to 4 weeks before 50% (50% of fees refunded) Up to 2 weeks before 80% (20% of fees refunded) Up to 1 week before 90% (10% of fees refunded) Less than 7 days before 100% (0% of fees refunded) If you have to cancel less than twelve weeks before the start of the course, please see refund structure below; Amount of cancellation charges: Summer School courses, 3-day courses, 4-day courses Up to 12 weeks before 10% (90% of fees refunded) Up to 8 weeks before 30% (70% of fees refunded) Up to 4 weeks before 50% (50% of fees refunded) Up to 2 weeks before 90% (10% of fees refunded) Less than 14 days before 100% (0% of fees refunded) Although we do not foresee any issues, for Summer School courses you may want to consider taking out holiday insurance in case we have to cancel your course or in case you are unable to attend due to a Covid infection.
Moray Art Centre, Findhorn, Forres, UK
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