Painting a Garden of Paradise
|Dates:||13 May 2019 - 17 May 2019|
|Time:||10:30 - 17:30|
|Location:||The Prince's Foundation School of Traditional Arts|
Drawing inspiration from Persian, Indian and Medieval miniature painting, participants shall compose a painting on a gessoed ground, working with the traditional technique of egg tempera and pigments made from earths and minerals. Initially, mark-making will be explored leading into the painting of flower petals and leaves. Colour harmony studies follow to choose the palette for the painting. Sacred geometry studies will inform the composition, becoming the underlying structure upon which flowers, trees, mountains, valleys and water are placed creating a harmonious Garden of Paradise.
Who is this course for?
All levels of experience and ability welcome.
What materials should I bring?
Participants are required to bring an artists sketch book for mark-making and colour harmony studies and a Windsor and Newton series 7 No. 3 watercolour brush.
All other materials and equipment are provided, including a gessoed ground of 35x27cm or 21x15cm.
What days do I attend?
Monday - Friday
Do you offer concessions?
Yes, we offer concessions for full time students and OAPs.
To receive a concession, please apply via our online form.
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What if I need to cancel or change my booking?
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Lily Gale (née Corbett) is a painter who studied drawing and painting with the visionary artist Cecil Collins from 1976 until 1989 and continues to teach his methods in life drawing. She also worked as a picture restorer and conserver for many years She completed her MA at The Prince's School of Traditional Arts in 2002.
Upcoming Courses with Lily Gale
- Creative Studies in Colour and Line - A course based on the teachings of Cecil Collins Begins 18 February 2019
- Painting a Head: Egg Tempera & Piero Della Francesca Begins 25 February 2019
- Colour Harmony: Creating a Harmonious Palette Begins 5 April 2019