Reminder: Monthly Demonstration Meeting is Tomorrow, 11th August
Julianne Allcorn – Pencil & Watercolour on Wood Panels
Don’t forget that we have Julianne Allcorn demonstrating pencil and watercolour on birch wood panels tomorrow, 11th August, 7:30pm at the Stan Stevens Studio in Windsor.
Come along or join us online to see this very beautiful and interesting medium being demonstrated.
This demonstration will be limited to 25 people including the committee and we have a few spaces left. The committee meeting will be held in the Tebbutt Room at 5.45pm and demonstration will be in the Stan Stevens Studio from 7.30pm. To register your attendance please email firstname.lastname@example.org
We plan to also broadcast the demonstration live on Zoom, hopefully, Instagram live and recording to be posted on our Youtube channel. For those who wish to view remotely please see below and follow us.
See links below:
Join Zoom Meeting: MTAS Demonstration Julianne Allcorn 7.30pm 11-8-20
Julianne Allcorn has been a practising artist and art teacher for over 20 years. Her works are mostly inspired by the flora and fauna around the Burralong Valley & Lower Hunter.
Julianne works on birch wood panels painting very detailed insects, birds, flora and fauna usually using pencil & watercolour. A highly accomplished artist with works in many collections and has displayed in many group and solo exhibitions.
She has also been a finalist in the Gosford Art Prize & Ravenswood Art Prize, and won the People’s Choice Award at the Hunters Hill Art Prize in 2018.
You can see more of Julianne’s work on Instagram and Facebook:
For inquiries phone Annmaree 0429 234 873