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Christine Webb

Drawing and painting (Acrylic on canvas)
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Dates 20th September – 24th September 2021
Times 9.30am-12.30pm/2pm-5pm each day
Price 1,100 Euro / A$1,880 including GST, 5 days tuition (30 hrs total tuition in class setting), including basic palette and canvas.
Location Todi, Umbria, Italy
Medium Acrylic on canvas and paper
Class Sizes 10-15
Class Status Class Open
Painting Experience All levels ( beginners-advanced)

Art Class Description

This workshop is open to all levels of experience. Perfect for beginners!

Long time resident of Italy, Christine Webb brings her unique and colourful view of the Interior Landscape to our course. Her vibrant teaching and breadth of knowledge of Italian Art History will create an exceptional learning experience. Students will start with the discussion of the interior in the history of art followed by and understanding of composition, perspective and colour theory before embarking on a painting with sound drawing and painting techniques.

“I return to the open window; a passage of being inside and outside all at once, the ceramic jug; the female form and holder of nurturing liquid, the chair; the personal being, the patterned carpet; the magically coloured foundation of my places of peace.”

Christine studied at Sydney College of the Arts, and her career has followed many different avenues such as magazine design and publishing, photography and journalism. in 2000 Christine and her family moved from Australia to the village of Citerna in northern Umbria where they lived for 12 years. She now divides her time between studios in Sydney and Italy. Christine has exhibited both in Australia and internationally. Her work appears in both private and corporate collections worldwide.

Materials To Bring

Art Class Italy will supply a range of basic studio supplies. However , you will need to bring materials OR they could be purchased by you. Art Class Italy has arranged a supplier of materials to be there on the first day of class. Art materials are generally 30% cheaper when bought in Italy.

Contact us for the list of materials you should bring.