So it's 2021 and hopefully Covid-19 is phasing out, we started online classes last year and quite frankly it is the best way to convey information and offers the fastest, most dramatic skill development for students. This kind of training is only offered here at Brisbane Art Classes. I urge you to try a few of our classes and meet our students if you are serious about learning to draw and paint representationally.
Starting 20th Feb and running until 19th March.
5 weeks with Mark Feiler - Painting the figure using a limited palette.
Thursdays 9.30 am - 12.30 pm with Mark Feiler.
Suitable for absolute beginners or those wanting to refresh and refine their skills.
Covers limited palette, mixing paint, intro to materials, values and modelling form. Includes life model for 4 mornings.
Cost $350 ($150 to secure your place).
Contact Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0415360939 to book your place.
Materials required: titanium white, ivory black, yellow ochre, cad red, wooden palette, odourless solvent and palette knife brushes.
Limited places available book soon
Ah the smell of odourless solvent .. wait, what, that's right, classes are back for 2019!! A new class is being offered on Monday night, portrait painting classes will be starting Friday 1st of February from 2pm - 5pm and a planned visit to the botanic gardens are all on the current agenda.
Over the holidays we visited the Queensland Art Gallery and had a lovely end of year lunch at GOMA restaurant.
A particular highlight for me at the QAG was the John William Waterhouse painting 'The mystic wood'. Painted by Waterhouse towards the end of his life, it has a veritable plethora of information regarding his working process and provides great lessons to any aspiring or professional artist. The application of paint bespeaks a lifetime of experience. I particularly like the finished portraits, so brilliantly executed and exquisite in colour temperature. Whom would have thought such a rich and fascinating work to be found in Brisbane.. a real find.
Mark Feiler Brisbane Artist
Mark Feiler is an award winning Australian Fine Artist and Art Teacher who lives in Brisbane. He is known for his figure paintings and drawings and has won a number of prizes in local and international art exhibitions and competitions.