STUDIO GROUPS (Members Only)
i Artists throughout the ages have joined together to learn to learn from each other through the friendly exchange of expertise, information, informed critiques and simply seeing how others “do it”. Blackheath Art Society is continuing this very useful creative tradition and practice. The use of the studio for painting, drawing, printing and other approved uses is for members only via key-code access. The studio has easels and work tables but artists will need to bring their own special equipment and materials.
Studio Groups meet weekly.. The studio fee is $5 payable at time of use, with additional contributions for models and materials, depending on the group.
Casual access is by keycode, which members can request from the Membership Officer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. There is no casual access when models are present, or from Tuesday before an exhibition to its last day, or during committee meetings, workshops and courses. These dates are on the Calendar page of this website.
To book, ring DIANNA DWYER on THURSDAYS between 2pm and 4pm (02 4758 9897).
- If you book, Please attend.
- You can book for both but, if you do, you must attend both.”
$20 per session. Cost for tutored session is the same as tutors have generously offered to do it gratis.
(includes studio fee)
see also LIFE PAINTING below.
MONDAY 10am – 12pm
With tutoring by Ward O’Neill
MONDAY 1pm – 3pm
We have excellent models and poses are arranged for 2-minute and 5-minute sketches and then for a combination of 10, 15 and 20 minute poses.
WATERCOLOUR and MIXED MEDIA
Contact: Carol Smallwood
0428 525 248
Cost: $5 per session for studio fee.
This group welcomes artists working in watercolour and other mediums such as acrylic, ink, or gouache (no oils).
TUESDAY 10am – 2pm
An interesting variety of work is produced by artists of varying levels of ability, all of whom are keen to explore the endless possibilities of this medium.
Like all groups, it is friendly and helpful, with members benefiting from interaction with others and from constructive discussions of problems.
Wednesday 2pm to 5pm
Contact: Jo Chipperfield
0418 633 923
Cost : $10 per session, which includes studio and material fees.
WEDNESDAY 2pm – 5pm
Please bring along any tools you have, and if you have a project you want to start or continue, you’re welcome to bring that also.
Wear old clothes or bring an apron, and wear covered shoes. We will have some equipment and clay to play with if you don’t have any of your own. The fee is $10 which includes material fees plus the usual studio fee of $5, if you would like to buy some clay it will only be a few dollars (depending on how much you use). If you missed out on the workshop and would like to know some basics, I will be able to give you some instruction to get you started. I look forward to seeing you! Jo Chipperfield
Thursday 9:15am to 12:15pm.
Next long pose starts 15 Oct 2020. This pose will be for 6 weeks.
Contact: Phil Went 0400 609 368.
Cost: Multi-week study, $35 a week includes studio and model fees.
Places strictly limited.
THURSDAYS 915AM TO 12.15PM
This life study is a fixed pose for periods of up to ten weeks depending on model availability, of three hours each week. It is a rare opportunity to do this type of extended academic study from life.
NOTE: The pose is unchanged for the whole duration, not just the session. This is so that an in-depth drawing or painting from the same viewpoint can be worked on for the whole period, in a similar way that classical ateliers overseas work.
LIFE PAINTING (OILS)
Contact: Robert Malherbe
$25 per session (includes studio and model fees.)
Please contact Robert to join this group. There is no casual access at this time.
THURSDAYS 1pm to 3pm
Please contact Robert to join this group. There is no casual access at this time. Please check with Robert as it is not always on every week.
Adele Bruens 0402 808 636
or Eve Lichtnauer 0400004699
Cost: $5 for studio fee.
We have a printing press for your use.
Were back! 4th FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH from 10am – 2pm
The studio has a dedicated print room with a small press suitable for both intaglio and relief printing and is equipped with glass plates for mixing and rolling ink and troughs for soaking paper prior to printing. Printmakers tend to prepare their plates at home and to use the studio primarily for printing editions but you may choose to do otherwise. As with all the groups there is the opportunity to exchange information about techniques when working together in the studio. Come and work alongside other creative mark makers.