INTRODUCING OUR ARTISTS

Warwick Artist Group

Painting - Printmaking - Textile Art
Email: warwickartistgroup@gmail.com
Phone: 0490636356
 
 
 
About Warwick Artist Group

Since its inception in 1962, The Warwick Artist’s Group has promoted and supported the visual arts community in the Southern Downs. Over that time, it has provided the opportunity for members and non-members to extend their practice through learning programs that seek to engage and  enlighten participants. In showcasing through exhibition the type of artwork the group produces, we not only strengthen and enrich our membership, but are also a draw card for artists throughout the region who can share their expertise.

We encourage involvement in the wider community and have members of all ages who identify with, teach and support persons with disabilities, those with learning difficulties, those with mental health issues and those who first language is not English.

 

Warwick Artist Group presents a weekend of creative ways to embellish silk fabric and try your hand at Watercolour Pen and Wash. Take part in one of our mini workshops or just pop by to watch one of our artists demonstrate their processes and techniques. Our Studio will be open from 9am to 4pm on 17th and 18th October.  

 

To register for any workshop or demonstration, message us through our Facebook page at Warwick Artist Group Inc or email us at warwickartistgroup@gmail.com

What you can do at the Warwick Artist Group studio
 
Workshops
  1. Solar Printing (Cyanotype) –2 Mini-Workshops with Dorothy Devine
17th October 2020 9.30am to 11am  or 12pm to 1.30pm (maximum 6 participants) Cost $35 pp – all materials included
  • Bring work apron or smock

  • Wear old clothes and closed in shoes

 In the early 1800’s Cyanotype was used to print inexpensive copies of maps, plans and drawings. [Blueprints] The modern artist has taken this vivid blueprinting technique to reproduce images on fabric, paper and wood with interesting and beautiful results

 

The workshop will introduce participants to this exciting process of fabric embellishment which can be used on paper, T-shirts, tops, jackets, or unconstructed fabric. The print is colour fast when used on natural fibres. It is non-permanent when used on man-made fibre.

 

Participants will have ‘hands on’ practical experience applying the process using a selection of a supplied fabrics. 

2.  Watercolour Pen and Wash with Pat Stevenson
17th October 2020 2pm to 3.30pm (maximum 6 participants) Cost $20 pp – all materials included
  • Bring work apron or smock

For those who would like to dabble in art but haven't much time or money, this is a medium that can bring enjoyment and release your inner Artistic self. It is a form that can be done while travelling without the hassle of carrying equipment. Just a pen, pencil, brush, and a few colours.

Pat will demonstrate the steps involved in creating pen and wash images on watercolour paper. Afterwards, using the technique, you will create your own gift cards.

3.  Painting on Silk Scarves – Mini-Workshop with Juanita Faint
18th October 2020 9.30am to 11.30am (maximum 6 participants) Cost $45 pp – all materials included
  • Bring work apron or smock

  • Wear old clothes and closed in shoes

Experience the wonderful, mysterious movement of dyes on silk.

After a comprehensive demonstration and explanation of the various techniques used in silk painting, you will learn to apply dye and create textures on silk scarves. You will take home two scarves which you have coloured and set yourself.

To book workshops email Warwick Artist Group

Demonstrations

4.  Silkscreen Printing - Kaz Thorpe

18th October 2020 12pm to 1pm (maximum 6 participants)No cost

If you have ever been curious about how silk-screen printing works, Kaz will demonstrate the process and answer your questions.

 

5.  Monoprinting with an Etching Press - Jill Birtwistle

18th October 2020 2pm to 3pm (maximum 6 participants) No cost

Jill will show you how she creates her unique monoprints using the group’s etching press.

 
Studio Address: The Art Studio 21 Willi Street Warwick Street Warwick

The Warwick Artist Group Art Studio is a converted workers cottage. The Studio has parking and disability access, bathroom and kitchen facilities.

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Warwick Queensland Australia

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