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Paint Beautiful Cotswolds Villages

  Tutor

Steve Hall

  Arrival

Mon 5th June

  Departure

Fri 9th June

  Destination

South Cotswolds

  Hotel

Leigh Park Hotel

  Days

4

  Type

Location

  Media

Watercolour

  Single Room

N/a

  Single Occ

£875

  Double Occ

£795

  NPP

£575

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Summary

Join Steve Hall on this opportunity to paint the beautiful villages of the

Cotswolds.


Details

We will paint many beautiful Cotswolds villages including the famous

Lacock, stunning Castle Combe and peaceful Biddestone. With

Bradford-on-Avon nearby to the hotel we will paint around this historic

town and there are many others places such as Corsham, Nunney with

it's castle and the famous Caern Hill locks on the Kennet and Avon Canal.



Steve will use his friendly and relaxed approach to help you improve your

watercolour painting and create those simple yet dynamic images that he

admires in the works of Edward Seago and Edward Wesson.


There will be the opportunity for you to complete two pictures a day

under Steve's careful guidance. He will work alongside you helping you to

achieve your goals. Steve's style is one of simplicity, yet based on

observation of shapes and tonal values.


His objective will be to encourage you to capture the scene before you

with as little fuss as possible but with awareness of the important shapes

and forms that describe the view. By following his advice your work will

take on a more dynamic appearance leading to that 'wow' factor that we

all seek in our painting.