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For the summer term this year, students of watercolour specialist Fiona Pruden will be taken through a series of exercises at the beginning of term to help them ‘learn to love their brushes!!!

The course progresses through painting an old master to experiencing the delights of outdoor painting at Stanborough Lakes – weather permitting, of course – and along the way you will learn lots of the tips, tricks and techniques for painting glorious watercolours. Later in the summer we will concentrate on the skills you need to work with portraiture and finally finish the term with a sunny summer still life including some glass, lace, flowers and summer fruits. Sumptuous!

Painters and sketchers of all abilities are welcome to join these friendly and relaxing groups, held in the dedicated watercolour studio near Welwyn village. Times and details are:

  • Mondays 9.30am – 12.00 Watercolour Beginners
  • Mondays 12.30 – 3.00pm Improvers
  • Tuesdays 9.30am – 12.00 Experienced watercolourists
  • Tuesdays 12.30 – 3.00pm Drawing and Sketching

All classes cost just £13.00 per week, including teas, cappuccinos and great biscuits to help keep your strength up and tackle every subject! (Classes follow normal term times).

For more information - including details of how to join in and the materials you need - please contact Fiona Pruden, 01438 840977 or 07956 537140 or email to


Reviewed: November 25, 2009

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