Painting Lessons In Milton Keynes

Painting Lessons in Milton Keynes

Our painting lessons in Milton Keynes, aren’t just held in Pubs and Bars in the evenings. We also do weekend painting lessons at the Westbury Arts Centre on the west side of Milton Keynes. Come to one of our paining lessons and you will take home your own magnificent wall filler For further information:

 

Painting Lessons in Milton Keynes

Painting Lessons In Milton Keynes

Weekend Painting Lessons in Milton Keynes

During our weekend painting lessons in Milton Keynes we take you step by step through a painting that you will be proud to hang on your wall. We will show you how to paint trees, water, grass, maybe a mountain or two. Add a few people and maybe an animal or two and you will see that you can paint. Our next day lesson is The Road Through Howe Park Woods on the 28th October.

The day will start at 9.30 am and continue until about 4.00 pm. I will take you through each stage of the painting in a step-by-step manner. You will then go and duplicate what I have shown you on your own canvas. Your masterpiece will develop before your eyes, and at the end of the day you will have your own signed masterpiece to take home with you. Hang it on your wall, or give it to an adult relative – they will love it.

We won’t tell you what to do, but we will show you how to do it. You will do it your own way, and in some cases your own colours. We love it when people show us how to do something different.

The fee is “all inclusive” and all materials will be provided for you. We will provide easels, canvases, paints, brushes, thinner and towels, you will just need to bring with you suitable clothing and yourself. Light refreshments will be supplied throughout the day, as will a Subway lunch. We will supply something else as well when the Sun is over the Yardarm

We will provide as an optional extra, a painting frame at £20.00 if you want one. If you don’t want a frame then we do have a way to get your wet painting home easily.

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