19 Mar 2020 - COVID-19 update
Learn to paint or draw
As well as painting, I love to teach and help others develop their own artistic skills. No experience is necessary – I teach all levels from complete beginners onwards.
There are 4 ways to learn with me:
- Small group and one-to one sessions from my home in Yateley, Hampshire in drawing, watercolour, acrylic, oil or portraits
- Adult education evening or day classes at Yateley School (listed below)
- Friday morning art group in Yateley (dates listed below)
- Request a class with me using the form below.
Lessons at my home in Yateley
TBC, please contact me if you are interested in Watercolour for beginners, watercolour continuers, drawing for beginners, acrylic for beginners, drawing portraits or one-to-one tuition and painting clinics.
Friday morning art club in Yateley
- Fri 28 Feb
- Fri 6 Mar
- Fri 13 Mar
- Fri 20 Mar CANCELLED
- Fri 27 Mar CANCELLED
The cost is £7 per session paid in advance for the half term (£35 for 5 weeks) or £10 per session to ‘just turn up’
Come along and bring your drawing or painting project, I will be on hand to provide individual advice and tuition. This is a lovely friendly group, great for either beginners or for those who are looking to improve their work and find their style.
The hall is down a service road off the Reading Road between the Tesco garage and the back of the chip shop. The first building you see will be the 3Cs building, keep going past this and the WI hall is behind it on your left with its own small car park. More details about how to find the hall are here: www.yateleywi.org/contact-us.html
Get in touch if you’d like to find out more.
Adult education classes at Yateley School
Watercolour for beginners
Learn the basic techniques of watercolour so that you can start to produce paintings of landscapes and still life.
“Kristin has given me so much confidence and allowed me to fly with my painting in a way that I didn’t think was possible.”
“The analysis is really important to me, finding out what works and what doesn’t, as I’ve always had to analyse outcomes as part of my job.
In addition, in painting, as in cooking, it’s important to be able to rescue paintings that go wrong and lessons give me greater confidence to tackle my homemade disasters!
I have learnt a lot about colour mixing too and of course positive encouragement is so important.”