2022 -2023 ONLINE & TASMANIAN WORKSHOPS

2022
December Online
Workshop

Workshop Content

Paint this scene together focusing on foliage and distant headlands

Colour mixing

I guide you through the process order

When to apply sharp tonal edges versus soft edges

Create the correct atmospheric perspective

On completion you will have a completed painting

Plus have the confidence to create your own waterfall / forest landscape scene in the future.

Materials Needed

1x canvas no larger than 35/40cm

Paint Colours: Cad Yellow Medium, Burnt Sienna, Napthol Red, Ultra Marine Blue, Forest Green, Titanium White

Brushes: Flat size 12, Small fan brush – hard bristle, Size 0 Fine Round

You are  welcome to bring more brushes plus a blending brush for convenience.

2022
December Tasmanian
Workshop

Workshop Content

How to map out the scene on the canvas, composition

Colour mixing with 4 tubes plus white

The block in process broken down

A break down of each component…

sunset, headland, foliage, rocks, ocean, waves, sand

Atmospheric perspective 

Tonal values – light and shadows

How to pull a scene together

Materials Needed

1x canvas no larger than 35/40cm

Paint Colours: Cad Yellow Medium, Burnt Sienna, Napthol Red, Ultra Marine Blue, Titanium White

Brushes: Flat size 12, Hard bristle Fan brush (small), Size 0 Fine Round

You are  welcome to bring more brushes plus a blending brush for convenience

Palette, Water Pot, Paper Towel

Pen and paper for notes.

BOOKED OUT

2023
February Online
Workshop

Workshop Content

Paint this scene beautiful coastal landscape scene together

Colour mixing

I guide you through the process order

When to apply sharp tonal edges versus soft edges

Create the correct atmospheric perspective

On completion you will have a finished painting

Plus have the confidence to create your own waterfall / forest landscape scene in the future.

Materials Needed

1x canvas no larger than 35/40cm

Paint Colours: Cad Yellow Medium, Burnt Sienna, Napthol Red, Ultra Marine Blue, Titanium White

Brushes: Flat size 12, Small fan brush – hard bristle, Size 0 Fine Round

You are  welcome to bring more brushes plus a blending brush for convenience.

Bookings open soon

2023
February Tasmanian
Workshop

Workshop Content

How to map out the scene on the canvas, composition

Colour mixing with 4 tubes plus white

The block in process broken down

A break down of each component…

sunset, headland, foliage, rocks, ocean, waves, sand

Atmospheric perspective 

Tonal values – light and shadows

How to pull a scene together

Materials Needed

1x canvas no larger than 35/40cm

Paint Colours: Cad Yellow Medium, Burnt Sienna, Napthol Red, Ultra Marine Blue, Titanium White

Brushes: Flat size 12, Hard bristle Fan brush (small), Size 0 Fine Round

You are  welcome to bring more brushes plus a blending brush for convenience

Palette, Water Pot, Paper Towel

Pen and paper for notes.

Bookings open soon

December Online

Workshop Content

Paint this scene together focusing on foliage and distant headlands

Colour mixing

I guide you through the process order

When to apply sharp tonal edges versus soft edges

Create the correct atmospheric perspective

On completion you will have a completed painting

Plus have the confidence to create your own waterfall / forest landscape scene in the future.

 

Materials Needed

1x canvas no larger than 35/40cm

Paint Colours: Cad Yellow Medium, Burnt Umber, Napthol Red, Ultra Marine Blue, Forest Green, Titanium White

Brushes: Flat size 12, Small fan brush – hard bristle, Size 0 Fine Round

You are  welcome to bring more brushes plus a blending brush for convenience.

December Perth, Tasmanian Workshop

BOOKED OUT

Workshop Content

How to map out the scene on the canvas, composition

Colour mixing with 4 tubes plus white

The block in process broken down

A break down of each component…

sunset, headland, foliage, rocks, ocean, waves, sand

Atmospheric perspective 

Tonal values – light and shadows

How to pull a scene together

Materials Needed

1x canvas no larger than 35/60cm

Paint Colours: Cad Yellow Medium, Burnt Sienna, Napthol Red, Ultra Marine Blue, Titanium White

Brushes: Flat size 12, Hard bristle Fan brush (small), Size 0 Fine Round

You are  welcome to bring more brushes plus a blending brush for convenience

Palette, Water Pot, Paper Towel

Pen and paper for notes

Workshop Information

Workshop commences at 10 am sharp. Tea, coffee, nibblies, painting template and photo reference material and easels are provided.

There is a one-hour break for lunch (not supplied) and you are free to move around and stretch when needed. You are welcome to bring other snacks and drinks of your choice for individual consumption in the centre.

Please bring a pen and paper for note taking (at your discretion)

Workshop placements are confirmed on payment receipt only

Spots can not be placed on hold

2 days cancellation notice must be given to ensure full refund, otherwise no refund is offered

When paying by Direct Transfer please ensure correct email address or bank details are entered – refunds are not provided when incorrect details are entered

2023
LIVE Online
Flinders Island Scene
Workshop

Workshop Content

Paint this scene beautiful coastal landscape scene together

Colour mixing

I guide you through the process order

When to apply sharp tonal edges versus soft edges

Create the correct atmospheric perspective

On completion you will have a finished painting

Plus have the confidence to create your own waterfall / forest landscape scene in the future.

Materials Needed

1x canvas no larger than 35/40cm

Paint Colours: Cad Yellow Medium, Burnt Sienna, Napthol Red, Ultra Marine Blue, Titanium White

Brushes: Flat size 12, Small fan brush – hard bristle, Size 0 Fine Round

You are  welcome to bring more brushes plus a blending brush for convenience.

BOOKINGS OPEN 2nd Dec 2022

2023
Coastal: Rocky, Headland & Turbulent Ocean
Workshop

Perth Community Center
173 Fairtlough St, Perth
Tasmania 7300

Workshop Content

How to map out the scene on the canvas, composition

Colour mixing with 4 tubes plus white

The block in process broken down

A break down of each component…

sunset, headland, foliage, rocks, ocean, waves, sand

Atmospheric perspective 

Tonal values – light and shadows

How to pull a scene together

Materials Needed

1x canvas no larger than 35/60cm

Paint Colours: Cad Yellow Medium, Burnt Sienna, Napthol Red, Ultra Marine Blue, Titanium White

Brushes: Flat size 12, Hard bristle Fan brush (small), Size 0 Fine Round

You are  welcome to bring more brushes plus a blending brush for convenience

Palette, Water Pot, Paper Towel

Pen and paper for notes

Workshop Information

Workshop commences at 10 am sharp. Tea, coffee, nibblies, painting template and photo reference material and easels are provided.

There is a one-hour break for lunch (not supplied) and you are free to move around and stretch when needed. You are welcome to bring other snacks and drinks of your choice for individual consumption in the centre.

Please bring a pen and paper for note taking (at your discretion)

Workshop placements are confirmed on payment receipt only

Spots can not be placed on hold

2 days cancellation notice must be given to ensure full refund, otherwise no refund is offered

When paying by Direct Transfer please ensure correct email address or bank details are entered – refunds are not provided when incorrect details are entered

BOOKINGS OPEN SOON

Jarman Fine Art & Marketing Solutions Pty Ltd have on board the newest Live streaming technology which enables automatic focus tracking, quality audio and visual capabilities. Close-up visual of Jules's palette, painting and brush strokes - plus face to face interaction are the highest definition.

Once booking confirmation has been emailed to you, you will receive your workshop Zoom link. Keep this link safe as replacement links are issued at an extra small fee of $10 Aud. Please read terms and conditions of Zoom online workshops below before making payment

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WORKSHOP TERMS AND CONDITIONS

No refunds are made for missed workshops and there are no make up sessions available for missed workshops. 

At least 5 days notice of cancellation for painting courses and or workshops is required for full refund.

Attendees to all courses and workshops are responsible for having all required painting supplies and technology, device set-up.

Attendees are solely responsible for ensuring their Zoom online devices are appropriately in working order with audio and visual capabilities. 

No refunds or workshops delays will result due to failure of technologies difficulties of attendee’s.

Direct depositing through this website ensure no account errors are made. If you direct deposit through your bank or app and errors are made – we are not responsible for for loss of payment.

If a refund is granted and you provide incorrect bank details for transfer – we are not responsible for payment loss.