Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery Events
Workshop bookings are essential. Book via email – firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (07) 4189 9323
2 Day Urban/Landscape Pen, Pencil Sketching and Colour Workshop
April 13 - April 14$100
Jumping Ant Arts Inc and the Kingaroy Regional Art Gallery through assistance from The Regional Arts Development Fund present–
‘Drawing and Colouring Kingaroy and its Rural Environment’
A 2-Day Urban/ Landscape Pen, Pencil Sketching and Colour Workshop
When: Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th April 2024
Where: 1913 Chambers, Edward St, Kingaroy
Times: Arrive 8.45 am for workshop 9 am start. Finish approximately 4 pm
BYO lunch. Morning and afternoon tea is provided.
Registration will be confirmed when full payment is received. Payment details and a material list will be sent upon initial registration.
About Cees Sliedrecht
Cees was born in The Netherlands and studied fine arts at academies in The Hague and Rotterdam. He is well known for his excellent drawing skills and works in various media such as watercolours, acrylics, pastels, graphite, and ink. He interprets images around him, never copying or duplicating but rather creating different narratives of life around him. In his work, Cees shows a unique blend of energy, life, light, movement, texture, rhythm, and emotion.
During the two day workshop, students will learn and practice observing nature and manmade constructions and present images on paper in traditional and abstracting styles and methods. Drawing techniques will be taught in both internal and external environments. Perspective drawing, applying texture, toning, composition, balance, shape, line work and colour, and use of brush, pen, and pencil are all part of the mix.
This will be a weekend of learning, applying, having fun, making friends, and enjoying the beautiful town of Kingaroy and its environment. All skill levels are welcome.
“The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and South Burnett Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland”.