INSTRUCTOR: Anna Prifti
DATE: Sat 13 – Sun 14 Oct, 2018
TIME: 10am – 4pm (hour lunch break)
LOCATION: QG&W mezzanine 81 Hesse Street Queenscliff Vic 3225
PLACES: SOLD OUT
• How to prime, sketch, gild and paint an icon
• The traditional technique of gesso and egg tempera
• Use of powder pigments, their content and formulation
• Colour combinations and composition problem solving
• Practical hints and new materials to make your work easy
Each participant will complete their own guilded icon of their own choice by the end of the workshop. Please contact us with your images so we can best suggest how you can prepare your artwork.
When making a booking you may pay in full or choose to pay a deposit of $100 to secure your place. Email us for direct debit details or call 03 4202 0942 for phone payments and to further discuss your times/dates and plans. Invoices provided upon arrival. Initial payments may be refunded if the class is cancelled or if you inform us of your inability to attend, at least three weeks prior to the course date.
SKILL LEVEL: For previous Byzantine Iconography participants. If you feel you don’t have enough previous experience, please view the beginners Byzantine Iconography workshop.
INCLUDED: All materials. Glass of wine/cheese on completion and tea. Nespresso coffee.
NOT INCLUDED: Aprons, accommodation and food. Plenty of food choice in Queenscliff.
ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS: Athelstane, Clydesville, Queenscliff and Coastal Holidays, Ruby’s, Seaview, Vue Grand.
- Shared kitchenette
- Nespresso coffee machine (gold coin donation for coffee)
- Tea, milk, sugar, juice
- No disability access
- One flight of stairs
- Access to art books
- Free street parking
FEEDBACK FROM PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS
The workshop exceeded my expectations – Wilhelmina
This has been the best weekend – Tina Sideris
The gallery space is beautifully set up and the energy there is most peaceful and inviting. The studio upstairs is very comfortable and lends itself well to the workshop. It was wonderful to experience being there. – Androulla