3D WatercoloursProposed Course Tutor: Jackie Devereux PSGFACourse Code: 2021-03
This unique approach to watercolour painting will literally encourage and embrace some blue sky thinking, out of the box imaginings and joyful happy accidents ….
Through experimental play and research with the watercolour medium, we shall crease, fold, roll and tear our way through the marks we make, discover the energy this brings to contemporary work – revelling in the surprise element and potential for ideas to flourish and grow.
Please bring with you
Watercolour paper of your choice (I would recommend Bockingford 300g (140lb) ‘NOT’ or ‘ROUGH’ both for price and durability)
Watercolour tubes are best for this course, but bring what you have. (Contact Tutor for more information if needs be)
Permanent BLACK INDIAN INK
Permanent Fine Liner pen(s)
Dip pen holder & nib(s)
Brushes……… Filbert; medium Squirrel Mop; Medium Flat
Two water (jam) jars
(This is not intended as a shopping list but as a guide – bring what you have and experiment also with some of my brushes)
The following items can be purchased from your tutor
Extra watercolour papers
Suitable for all levels
Missenden Abbey Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire HP16 0BD
Jackie Devereux PSGFA
Greatly influenced by Japanese art and the light of southern France, Jackie’s work ranges from pure contemporary watercolour on a large scale, to delicate pencil and expressive pen and ink – all experimental in nature. She has travelled extensively and as drawing is an integral part of her work and development her sketchbook is her constant companion. An experienced adult tutor, Jackie enjoys working with groups and sharing her ideas and techniques and watching others develop their potential.
Jackie’s work is well published and collected internationally. She has exhibited widely throughout the UK and France, as well as in the USA and Japan. She has shown with the RWS, RI and with the Society of Graphic Fine Art regularly in Menier Gallery, Southwark and Bankside Gallery, London. Jackie was elected President of the Society of Graphic Fine Art for five years.