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Anthony Smith – Working with Neocolour ii

Similar to water-soluble pencils but even more versatile, Caran d’Ache Neocolour II crayons are softer than coloured pencils, denser than wax crayons and extremely responsive to a wet brush.

In this inspirational workshop, Anthony will introduce you to some of the techniques and tricks he uses to create his beautiful, atmospheric paintings. You will be working with various types of paper, but especially on an oriental high wet strength tissue that gives amazing results and you will leave the workshop with a minimum of four finished pieces of artwork.

Anthony has been painting for over 30 years and has run his own gallery in Mullion since 2001. He loves to share his experiences and skills, running his own workshops since the early 90’s as well as demonstrating for Caran d’Ache.

A selection of materials are required to be brought along with you as well as some being supplied, the list is as follows:

To bring with you:
Some interesting paper with different surfaces – this is completely up to you, 2 or 3 would be fine
Brushes: flat, round, filbert, rigger/ liner
Chinese brush (optional)
Pallet knife

Supplied for you:
Neocolour ll pastels
Oriental paper
A selection of paper with different surfaces
White acrylic paint

All are available to purchase in the Truro Arts shop and you will receive a 10% discount on all supplies on the day of workshop.

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