Judith teaches private drawing and painting classes. She holds ocassional exhibitions of her learners' work in her 'Old Piggery' gallery.
Judith is available to visit your art group to lead workshops in a whole range of creative topics! Contact her for more details.
Here are a few ideas of subjects that have proved popular for art workshops:
? Basic drawing skills ? line/tone, pencil/charcoal
? Drawing - Composition & negative space
? ?Chiaroscuro? moody pictures out of the dark
? Basic Perspective/ perspective and people
? ?Inks & Reeds? ? creating lovely loose and atmospheric landscapes
using natural reeds and soluble inks.
? Pen & Wash ? buildings/people
? Figure drawing ? proportion and form
? Body parts (!) ? hands and feet
? Sketchbooks & Journals ? including folding sketchbooks,
ink&?splosh?, collage etc
? Basic Colour theory ? using coloured pencils
? Watercolour - negative painting ?Tree Weaving?
? Watercolour ? Wet & Loose
? Interactive Acrylics
? Poster paint resist
? Mixed media
? Exploring abstraction
? Still life
? Painting White ? ?What colour is snow anyway??
? Oil Pastels
? Mount cutting and presentation / exhibition preparation
- Future Tuition:
- A summer sketchbook
Judith's originally qualified in Architecture, but her true love lies in painting and drawing.
She has exhibited widely locally as well as in her 'Old Piggery' studio/gallery and has held several solo exhibition of her work. She has completed a varied range of design commissions, and is always interested to discuss and take on painting comissions.
Judith has published several of her sketchboks: ‘A Sketchbook of Burnham-on-Sea’ and 'Brean through the Seasons'.Copies are available from Judith priced £5.
Current work exhibited at 'Sea Breeze Gallery', Burnham-on-Sea.
Christmas show at The Princess Theatre Art's Lounge, Burnham-on-Sea
3rd - 23rd December 2013
Judith returned to college as a mature student where she was awarded a distinction in her Diploma in Foundation Course in Art and Design, and won 'Student of the Year' award, and then proceeded to complete an H.N.D. course in Fine Art which she studyied part-time - to fit in with her many other commitments: to her family, involvement with music at her church, and teaching part-time 'So You Think You Can't Draw' classes at her local Adult Learning and Leisure Centre. She was awarded the Regency Grioup Award for best HE student of the year.
Acrylic Inks, Acrylics, Canvas, Collage, Drawing, Mixed Media, Pastels, Pen And Wash, Pencil/Charcoal, Watercolour
Abstract, Buildings, Colour Mixing, Decorative Art, Expressionism, Figure, Illustration, Impressionism, Landscape, Life Drawing, Portrait, Seascapes and Water