Drawing and Watercolor Workshop for Beginners | Street scenes
10 Sessions: 16 Dec 2011 - 3 Mar 2012
Time: 6.30 pm - 9.30 pm *
Venue: NUS Museum and various outdoor locations
(in & around NUS Baba House, 157 Neil Road)
Fees: $400 (excluding materials)
Limited to 10pax only
To register email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6516 8429
Upon receiving a confirmation email, please make the course fee payment by Friday, 9 December 2011.
* Timing varies for outdoor sessions
Have you always wanted to learn how to draw and paint? Let artist Marvin Chew show you in a 10-week workshop held at the NUS Museum, from basic drawing techniques, sketching to watercolour painting. The workshop is tailored for beginners and hobbyists by providing the platform to learn the fundamentals of art-making.
About the Artist
Marvin Chew is the current Vice-President of Singapore Watercolour Society. He has been teaching watercolour art since 2008, and specializes in landscape and street scenes watercolour painting. His works have been exhibited locally and abroad. In 2010, his work was juried into the prestigious National Watercolor Society’s 90th Annual Exhibition in Los Angeles, USA. Marvin paints mainly in a semi-realistic style using transparent water-colours but imbues the energy of Chinese calligraphy as can be seen by the play of lights and shades and the use of bold spontaneous brushstrokes in his works.
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