Beginner Watercolour Workshop

Workshop Date Times Cost
22nd April 2018 10.00am - 4.00pm $160.00
Pay before 1st April for an early bird price   $140.00
Terms and Conditions   Materials included



Would you like to learn about watercolours without going to the expense of buying your own material? 

Well known watercolour artist Lucy Papalia conducts structured watercolour classes for beginners and will be taking this one day workshop for people who can't make the regular classes or for anyone wanting to learn the basics in a relaxed day.  No drawing experience is necessary as the focus is on learning and practising watercolour techniques. Lucy loves sharing her knowledge and experience and teaches through demonstration of sound watercolour principles. 

 All materials will be provided so there is no need to worry about what to buy or bring.  You will learn the basics of colour, how to handle the paint and go home with some of your own watercolour paintings. 


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Please  contact Karen for more information, or send us an enrolment form.  

More about Lucy

Lucy was born in Perth. She graduated from Perth Technical College in 1975 having completed a Diploma of Graphic Design. Her specialist interests were drawing, etching and photography. Lucy worked in the advertising industry before travelling overseas and starting a family.

After returning to the advertising industry as a senior artist she decided to experiement with a variety of mediums to broaden her artistic outlook including acrylic, watercolours, pastels and pen and ink before deciding to specialize in watercolour.

Lucy is an active member of a number of community based art clubs and is a past President and member of the Watercolour Society of WA. She has successfully exhibited works in both general and restricted art exhibitions and has won awards for her works. She has taught watercolour painting and drawing since 1992. In 1999 she was commissioned to provide artwork for a new Telstra administration building and has been commissioned by private collectors.  Lucy is currently the president of the West Australian Society of Arts.