Welcome to the four week OIL PAINTING COURSE with JACQUI STOCKDALE
SUITABLE FOR BEGINNERS TO THE MORE EXPERIENCED. This is an inspiring 4 week course set on a Thursday evening, from 6-9pm in the heart of Fitzroy, Melbourne. The small class size benefits students by individualized tutoring to achieve greater development in your painting practice. Once you have completed a four week course you become a 'return student' and can continue advanced courses and discuss working on an individual projects.
Beverages provided, including a nice glass of vino!
ABOUT THE TUTOR
Art tutor and visual artist for over two decades, Jacqui Stockdale provides insightful, fun and productive lessons from her private studio in Fitzroy. Many of her students have gone on to exhibit their work and establish their own practice. See Jacqui's art practice at www.jacquistockdale.com
IMPORTANT: Students enrolled in this Painting Course can receive the highest quality products, advice on materials and a student discount from St Luke Artist Colourmen in Smith St, Collingwood. Chapman and Bailey, Abbottsford. Just mention these classes. You will be provided with a list of materials on enrollment.
Due to limited places in the four-week courses ARTCLASSCO, appologies but does not offer 'make-up' classes.
Purchase under MERCHANDISE a 4 week studio kit for $30 which includes a canvas.
Bring your own. See list below
Buy (approx $120) or bring your own materials.
See list below.
Canvas or canvas board approx 16 x 20 inches. Or you can purchase a canvas from me for $15. Palette - wooden, plastic or disposable is fine or you can bring an old white plate from home.!
1 x zinc white
1 x spectrum red (or cad red)
1 x spectrum yellow (or cad yellow)
1 x ultramarine blue
1x burnt sienna
Style of bristle- filbert or flat (ask store person)
Ferrel means width of bristle.
CHECK THE WIDTH OF THE BRUSHES to make sure you dont go too small, ask the shop assistant.
1 x size 6 (1.2 cm wide ferrel)
1 x size 8 (1.5cm wide ferrel)
1 x size 10 (1cm wide ferrel)
Cover Image: Magnificent oil paintIng of money tree and chook jug, by returning student Nicoll Heaslip.
- How to make an oil painting from start to finish.
- Learn the basics of oil painting, composition, color mixing and fabulous secrets of the trade.
- A step-by-step guide to painting using traditional and contemporary techniques.
- To be amongst a lively and productive atmosphere in a relaxed setting.
- Expert individual tuition from a highly regarded artist and popular teacher.
- A kitbag of new skills and a painting of your very OWN
- Your own materials or purchase a $30 starters kit
- Cotton rags are always handy.
- Alternately, if you are just starting out, purchase a beginner's kit for $30, including a canvas. See MERCHANDISE
Appropriate attire for painting, might need a smock.
all types of people
Vendor since 2013
Welcome to the most popular 'mini art school' in Melbourne, Artclassco was founded in 2009 by award winning artist Jacqui Stockdale and is situated in the heart of the Melbourne, Brunswick St, Fitzroy. The experienced tutors help create a warm and productive atmosphere to work in and many students return for years on end. Fundamental skills and techniques are introduced and developed through a range of mediums including painting, drawing and multimedia with an emphasise on enhancing observational skills by working directly from life. As well as the structured four week short courses, individual projects can be developed and long term attendance arranged at a discounted fee.
Join us as a complete beginner wishing to express yourself and learn the basics, to brush up on your existing practice or anything in between.
The warm winter studio offers beverages, nibbles and an inspiring music play list to work to.
Artclassco has an annual 'salon exhibition' at the end of the last semester where students work is on display for family friends and the public to enjoy.
View the students work and more information at ARTCLASSCO.COM
FOUNDER: JACQUI STOCKDALE
Born 1968, Melbourne, Australia; lives and works in Melbourne, Australia, Jacqui Stockdale was raised in Benalla in northeast Victoria. She graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting) from the Victorian College of the Arts in 1990 and later moved to Hobart to undertake a Graduate Diploma (Video Art) at the University of Tasmania. She moved to Sydney in the late 1990s and then to Darwin in 2000 to take up an appointment as the Arts Officer at Berrima Prison.
Her experiences teaching art to inmates there fundamentally shifted the way she approached her art practice and thought about the construction of identity. Since returning to Melbourne in 2002 Stockdale has exhibited extensively within Australia and internationally, including most recently in Magic Object, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2016; Arthur Guy Memorial Award, Bendigo Gallery, 2015; Joseph Ulrick & Win Schubert Award, Gold Coast City Gallery, 2015; Alles Maskerade, Museum Villa Rot, Germany, 2014; and Living Rooms, curated by Robert Wilson, Louvre Museum, Paris, France, 2014. Stockdale's work is held in significant collections within Australia and internationally.