Wildlife in Water-Soluble Medium | Paul Margocsy Bienarté

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Wildlife in Water-Soluble Medium | Paul Margocsy

Wildlife in Water-Soluble Medium | Paul Margocsy

About this class

Paul Margocsy is considered to be one of Australia’s best wildlife painters and a member of “The Wildlife Art Society of Australasia”.

Paul will show you the beauty and wonder of wildlife art and with the use of watercolours, gouache and air brushing it will enable you not only to paint feathers and fur, but to paint attitude, character and photo quality within your subject.

The backgrounds and the “props” of wildlife art are important when you are painting realism. You will be shown different ways of tackling this. I will endeavour to show you how any water-based medium can be used to achieve the same effect I get with my work.

Don’t let the word watercolour put you off as my technique is dry brushing and not wet on wet.

What will I learn?

You will position your subject, paint the surrounding habitat and give a totally realistic look to your art. Composition is the main attribute to any painting and with this achieved the technique used will excite and enthral not just the artist but the viewer. It’s a fun workshop and a time to learn how to manage this medium using different techniques to create these wonderful natural creatures.

Who is this workshop suitable for?

All levels of experience including absolute beginners.

What do I need to bring?

Please click on the link below to view the materials list:

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Ask our friendly team for advice if you are not sure if this workshop is for you.

What is provided?

• tea, coffee and biscuits
• a friendly, supportive and encouraging learning environment
• connection to the Bienarte art community

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

Course testimonials:

  • I thoroughly enjoyed my course with Paul Margocsy. A wonderful artist and teacher and made us all laugh and relax while we learnt a new way of water-based painting. Vanita from Brisbane