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Alla Prima Nude Life Painting – Oil Painting Workshop

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Alla Prima Nude Life Painting - Oil Painting Workshop

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About This Course

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Learn to paint the Nude Life Oil Painting in alla prima – an Oil Painting Workshop @ Visual Arts Centre Singapore!

Dates & Time: 23 Nov 2020 | 7.30pm – 10pm // Register now! nude life oil painting

Alla Prima Nude Life Oil Painting with Live Model is now at Visual Arts Centre! Sign up now for an oil painting workshop with step-to-step guidance from international master artist Michael Britton!

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What you will learn in Alla Prima Nude Life Oil Painting:

The Introduction to Alla Prima Nude Life Oil Painting provides concrete stepping stones in utilising oil paint to compose your painting. With a nude life model, learn how to create a realistic and professional Oil Painting. This alla prima nude life oil painting workshop is suitable to both beginners and experienced art practitioners!

For beginners, you are looking forward to achieved:

  • Foundation Understanding in Oil Colour, Oil Painting Materials, Oil Painting techniques;
  • Basics knowledge in observing live model and construct human figures accurately.

If you are an experienced learners, this workshop is exactly what you need!

  • Advanced Alla Prima oil technique;
  • Creative use and mixing techniques to achieve unique paint colour;
  • Intensive study of skin tones and lighting.

Join us and let your skill be seen!

A fascinate way of making oil painting – Alla Prima!

Alla Prima (wet on wet) is a direct painting style where paint is applied wet on wet without letting earlier layer dries. In Italian, the “alla prima” term means “at first attempt”. Originally, Alla Prima is a technique used to paint in one session only to give out a spontaneous and fresh result.

This techniques will not only groom the painter to have fascinate use of oil painting but also build up great understanding of human anatomy. Fret not! This workshop is open to both beginners and experienced practitioners.

As a master in Alla Prima painting, teacher Michael Britton will be the best lead for you to kickstart your Alla Prima learning journey!

Nude Life Oil Painting workshop – a rare commodity in Singapore only offered at Visual Arts Centre! 

Beside learning foundation techniques in creating oil nude figure, you will groom your skills effectively by studying with live model! Each workshop will feature a different model with different postures in order to maximise the learning capability of the lesson.

What’s more, the art instructor will go through the entire process of making a nude figure painting:

  • composing anatomy proportions
  • identify light, shadow and tones
  • mixing flesh colours, and
  • brush techniques and ways to apply paint on your canvas!

What are you waiting for? Join our Alla Prima Nude Life Oil Painting Workshop to learn the magnificent art of using oil colour to paint the nude figure!

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Up to nine seats available. All art materials – oil paints, brushes, canvas are provided. More comfortable to use your own materials? Feel free to bring them too!

Interested? Sign up now for the Early Bird price at only $90, before Sunday 21 Nov 2020!

Please do not hesitate to drop us an email at [email protected] or give us a phone call at 6255 0711 for more information regarding this course!

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Our Studios!

Art Studio and Exhibition Gallery at Dhoby Ghaut Green

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Address: 10 Penang Road, #01-02 Dhoby Ghaut Green, Singapore 238469

Exit from Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station Exit B and turn left, we are there in 30m!

New studio and gallery open at AZ @Paya Lebar! Sign up today for new class schedule

Visual Arts Centre Macpherson

Address: AZ@Paya Lebar, 140 Paya Lebar Road, #03-04, Singapore 409105

Exit from Macpherson MRT Station Exit A and turn left, we are right across the road, 1 minute walk away!

Schedule:

Sunday: 10.30AM – 12.45PM, 1PM – 3.15PM

Course Description

Learn to paint Nude Figures (Live Model) in Alla Prima Style – Oil Painting Workshop @ Visual Arts Centre Singapore!

Dates & Time: 23 Nov 2020 | 7.30pm – 10pm // Register now!

Cost: $90 includes art model fees, all art materials for oil painting

Venue: Visual Arts Centre Studio

Schedule & Location

Visual Arts Centre Dhoby Ghaut Art Studio

EVERY THURSDAY 11AM- 1:15PM / 1.30PM-3.45PM

Registration & Fees

The art courses are available at both our Dhoby Ghaut Art Studio and MacPherson Art Studio, please choose your preferred location.

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Validity
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All sessions are to be completed within the course duration stated. No refunds are provided for any courses/workshops/lesson purchased. Further extension of course validity of up to one month only may be provided with proof of overseas travel, hospitalization/medical certificate.

The course package(s) is/are valid within the stated date of registration. Each session under the adult course package is 2 hours 15 minutes. Visual Arts Centre reserves the right to reject/reschedule your lesson if you are late. Visual Arts Centre reserves the right to cancel/reschedule/postpone any course/session without prior notice. In the event that the course is unable to proceed due to unforeseen circumstances, a full refund of the fees will be provided. The registrant/guardian of the registrant indemnifies and holds Visual Arts Centre and/or its staff harmless from any losses sustained from any activity within the premises of Visual Arts Centre, including personal injury/loss or damages to property.

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