Silk Painting Workshops in Buxton
I run silk painting workshops for all abilities at my studio in Buxton throughout the year.
2019 Workshop Dates
Sun 17th February - Beginners’ Workshop
Sun 3rd March - Still Life with Flowers
Sat 9th March - Beginners’ Workshop
Thur 18th April - Painting Sweet Peas
Sat 4th May - Beginners’ Workshop
Sun 19th May - Cacti & Succulents
Sat 8th June - Hot, Hot, Hot!
Sun 23rd June - Beginners’ Workshop
Sat 6th July - Exotic Parrots
Full details are shown on the right. Contact me to join my mailing list or for more details. You can also buy Workshop Gift Vouchers here, they make an ideal present.
All workshops are full day (10.30-4.30) and cost £70. The price includes all materials, refreshments and a hearty two course lunch. Templates are provided for those not confident about their drawing skills. Maximum of 6 places to ensure individual attention.
Here are some of the recent comments from my students from an independent Review site:
'I found it a brilliant experience. It was relaxing, informative and fun. We had lots of great tips from the very experienced and talented Pauline. Lunch was also wonderful and in a very cosy home. All in all, it was well worth going. I will definitely recommend to others and would go again on future courses.'
'I attended Pauline's silk painting for beginners workshop with my mum as a treat for her birthday. We both had a really fantastic day. Great atmosphere and lovely to meet others on the same workshop. Pauline was a really good teacher, very patient and encouraging and it was very rewarding to learn new skills, I was amazed at what we all produced and all so different. I would truly recommend one of Pauline's workshops a very special treat.'
Ideal introduction for people who are new to silk painting or who feel they would benefit from revisiting the basics. Learn about the different materials involved and then practice the techniques, leading to a finished painting to take home. A handout will cover everything you’ve been taught and enable you to go away with the confidence to carry on painting.