A SENSE OF PLACE, LANDSCAPE with TOM VOYCE

When:
22nd October 2019 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
2019-10-22T10:00:00+01:00
2019-10-22T17:00:00+01:00
Where:
Schoolhouse for Art
Enniskerry Co. Wicklow
Contact:
(353) 1 286 95 94

This workshop will explore landscape painting concepts and techniques through the eyes of you the artist and your personal response to your surroundings.  Participants will have the opportunity to learn new skills and techniques, as well as refine your own practice through discussions and demonstrations that will cover the history and basics of landscape painting.  These will equip you the participant with all the skills to produce an artwork that reflects a true sense of place.

Over the two day workshop participants will do an ‘exploring place’, working on compositions, colour theory, etc,  and then will complete the painting or a series or related paintings.  This detail will be consolidated closer to the date and depending on the inclement weather conditions of Enniskerry!

Tom Voyce (born 1989) is an artist from the UK. Trained in Fine Art at Aberystwyth University School of Art in Wales, specialising in drawing and painting.

He completed a Master’s degree shortly afterwards allowing him to refine his practice while working and teaching.

In 2017 Tom participated on Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year, where his powerful and distinctive landscapes thrilled the judges.

He went on to win the competition and claim the prize of a £10,000 commission from the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London, where he was required to paint the view from the legendary playwright Noel Coward’s home in Jamaica.

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