Airbrushing with High Flow
Always wanted know how to use an airbrush for your painting, fabric or craft projects? During this workshop, artists Fifi Colston supported by Morag Stokes will show you how to use masking to make layered images with GOLDEN’s airbrush acrylics (High Flow), while learning how to control the paint and air flow. There will be no spirit or lacquer mediums used. Fifi airbrushed professionally as a commercial artist for 20 years, and now uses it for her wearable art, costume and props projects. She knows all the tips and tricks!
Class numbers are limited to six and the day is suitable for beginners to art as well as experienced painters.
Location and Date: Sunday 24th October 2021 from 10.00am – 4.00pm at Morag Stokes Art Studio
What is provided – All paints, airbrushes, compressors, simple dust masks to wear during spraying and most other materials will be provided, along with refreshments. The studio will be well ventilated for this workshop, but some of you may wish to bring your own protective masks.
What you need to bring – You will need to bring a hot press illustration board available from Gordon Harris. You should also bring warm clothing as windows will be open during spraying and we can’t rely on a mild winter day!
Lunch and refreshments: There will be a 50 minute lunch break. Bring your own packed lunch or visit one of the cafes in Waikanae town, a few minutes drive from the studio. Tea, instant coffee and nibbles will be provided for you to help yourself to throughout the day.
How to register: You can register your place in this workshop and receive payment details by contacting Morag Stokes at firstname.lastname@example.org Your place will be confirmed when payment in full is made.