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Let it Flow - discover your potential in Watercolour

  Bettina Schroeder
Saturday 15th July - Friday 21st July 2017

Bettina’s painting courses are suitable for all, from absolute beginners to accomplished painters. 

They are designed to help you  to make the most of your abilities and to find a personal approach. The emphasis is on how to capture the initial excitement on first spotting a subject, without getting too bogged down in technicalities. Tuition will be in watercolour mainly but also in other media as required. Above all, Bettina’s courses aim to enhance the pleasure of painting whilst improving your skills.

Daily demonstrations (in- or outdoors) are tailored to the particular needs of the students and to help you to get started. The tuition will also deal with general painting problems such as basic perspective, choice of colour, composition, shadows and many other tricks of the trade. Particular attention is given to wet-in-wet technique as well as some of the ground rules for beginners. For complete beginners Bettina teaches a simple, easy to follow ‘step by step’ approach.              

Bettina Schroeder is a professional artist who lives and works in London. She works in watercolours, oils and other media and divides her time between landscape painting in the summer, and figure painting in her London studio during the winter.  She also runs painting courses in Morocco, Italy (Sicily and Tuscany), Devon and the Algarve in Portugal and has been teaching for many years.

Her most recent shows include Galerie Claudine Hohl, Zurich, Switzerland, and Santa Fe Contemporary Art Fair, New Mexico, USA, Galerie Pamme-Vogelsang, Cologne, Germany, A&D Gallery, London, Vibe Gallery, London.

Bettina is an exemplary teacher”, said Nicholas Shakespeare in The Telegraph Magazine.

Painter Price: £675.00 deposit: £150.00
Painter Sharing Price: £630.00 deposit: £150.00
Non-Painter Price: £525.00 deposit: £150.00
Day-Student Price: £255.00 deposit: £50.00

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