Events

  • Saturday 2nd May, 11am (NOW LIVE ON OUR ONLINE CLASSES PAGE)

    Making a Collage with Ruby Kean

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    In this video tutorial, Ruby will teach you how to make special collaged cards for the loved ones that you can't see in person at the moment. 

    What you'll need: If you've bought one of Ruby Kean's Collage Parcels then all you will need is scissors and glue. If you're going to use your own ephemera - then gather together old magazines, wall papers, coloured card, photographs, labels, stamps and anything else that means something to you.

    Instead of taking payment for this class, Partnership Editions is accepting a voluntary donation of £10, 100% of which will be donated to The Trussell Trust - a food bank charity that is supporting those who are in need of food during the Covid Pandemic. 

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  • Wednesday 5th May, 7pm

    Painting Foraged Botanicals with Julianna Byrne 

    In this video tutorial, Julianna will guide you through exercises exploring different techniques and using her favourite materials. This is relaxed class intended to free up your hand and creative mind.

    Required materials: Pencils, paper, paints (preferably gouache or watercolour but any water-based paints will work).

    Instead of taking payment for this class, Partnership Editions is accepting a voluntary donation of £10, 100% of which will be donated to The Trussell Trust - a food bank charity that is supporting those who are in need of food during the Covid Pandemic. 

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  • Thursday 6th May, 7pm

    Creating a Still Life at Home with Julianna Byrne 

    In this video tutorial, Julianna will guide you through a series of relaxed exercises to be enjoyed at your own table amongst foraged flowers, fruit and your favourite homeware.

    Required materials: Pencils, paper, paints (preferably gouache or watercolour but any water-based paints will work).

    Instead of taking payment for this class, Partnership Editions is accepting a voluntary donation of £10, 100% of which will be donated to The Trussell Trust - a food bank charity that is supporting those who are in need of food during the Covid Pandemic. 

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  • Wednesday 13th May, 7pm

    Hester Finch - Drawing with Soft Pastel 

    In this video tutorial, Hester Finch will give a demonstration of her technique using colourful soft pastels and her own hand as the subject.

    Required materials: Smooth coloured paper and a selection of soft pastels. 

    Instead of taking payment for this class, Partnership Editions is accepting a voluntary donation of £10, 100% of which will be donated to The Trussell Trust - a food bank charity that is supporting those who are in need of food during the Covid Pandemic. 

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  • Thursday 14th May, 7pm

    A Tour of Hester Finch's Studio and Understanding her Materials.

    In this video tutorial, Hester Finch will give you a tour of her studio - talking you through her process, her materials and how she balances life and work. A great opportunity for collectors of her work, and fans of her art to get a closer understanding and look behind the scenes. Also a great way for other artists to learn some tips!

    Instead of taking payment for this class, Partnership Editions is accepting a voluntary donation of £10, 100% of which will be donated to The Trussell Trust - a food bank charity that is supporting those who are in need of food during the Covid Pandemic. 

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  • Wednesday 20th May, 7pm

    Painting a Portrait at Home with Christabel Blackburn

    Join Portrait Artist of The Year winner, Christabel Blackburn, in her first tutorial on painting a portrait. This class will cover setting up your portrait, with an introduction to materials and tips on how to position your subject, be it self-portrait or painting your partner or child. It will also show you how to arrange your palette. Putting first marks down and mapping out proportions and shadow shapes.

    Materials you might need: Oil Paints. Colours Christabel will use are: Titanium White, Unbleached Titanium Dioxide, Cadmium Yellow, Cadmium red, Ultramarine Blue, Ivory Black. Brushes: I use flat, square head hogs brushes and synthetic.

    Medium: Christabel uses Zest It and linseed Oil and Zest It for cleaning my brushes. 

    Christabel will be using a primed wooden Board but you can use canvas/canvas board/oil paper. Easel and/or drawing board if taping down paper. Mirror if doing self portrait. Hand held mirror for seeing mistakes.

    Instead of taking payment for this class, Partnership Editions is accepting a voluntary donation of £10, 100% of which will be donated to The Trussell Trust - a food bank charity that is supporting those who are in need of food during the Covid Pandemic. 

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  • Thursday 21st May, 7pm

    Painting a Portrait at Home with Christabel Blackburn, Part 2 

    Join Portrait Artist of The Year winner, Christabel Blackburn, in her second tutorial on painting a portrait. Coming back to your portrait with fresh eyes we will now refine the shapes and make sure things are in the correct place. You will now learn how to fill in shadow shapes and mid-lights. You'll make sure tonal values are correct and start to fill in your background.

    Materials you might need: Oil Paints. Colours Christabel will use are: Titanium White, Unbleached Titanium Dioxide, Cadmium Yellow, Cadmium red, Ultramarine Blue, Ivory Black. Brushes: I use flat, square head hogs brushes and synthetic.

    Medium: Christabel uses Zest It and linseed Oil and Zest It for cleaning my brushes. 

    Christabel will be using a primed wooden Board but you can use canvas/canvas board/oil paper. Easel and/or drawing board if taping down paper. Mirror if doing self portrait. Hand held mirror for seeing mistakes.

    Instead of taking payment for this class, Partnership Editions is accepting a voluntary donation of £10, 100% of which will be donated to The Trussell Trust - a food bank charity that is supporting those who are in need of food during the Covid Pandemic. 

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