Thursday 25 June
2 – 4pm
£10 per person
In this session tutor and artist Sheila Moylan looks at Colour Theory & Practice and explores how the great masters used colour in their work.
You will learn
- how to interpret the colour wheel
- identify and use primary, secondary and tertiary colours
- use colour to create atmospheres of warmth, sunlight, darkness and mystery…
To participate in the workshop you will need to set up a simple still life using fruit / vegetables/ flowers that allow you to focus on the colour of the objects. Email us an image of your still life so Sheila can assist you during the session.
- H pencil (allows you to apply colour without smudging)
- colour pastels or pencils
- drawing paper
Book a place on the Colour Theory & Practice workshop to receive lots of advice and where to go for further development.
About the tutor
Sheila Moylan has a B.A. (Hons) Fine Art Sculpture and Psychology from UEL where she focused on body casting and self portraiture graduating in 1995. She has worked creatively with young people for most of her career mainly in schools at one point running an alternative programme to GCSE in Richmond making art the main subject. Since 2015 has worked within Ealing running art classes for adults with learning difficulties for local charity Artification and for the last year has successfully run Life Drawing classes at OPEN Ealing including piloting a Life Drawing for Beginners and Sculpture for Beginners class and childrens classes. Her approach is inclusive supportive and encouraging to even absolute beginners.
She has exhibited her work at Slaughterhouse Gallery Smithfield, Orleans House Gallery Richmond and more recently the W3 Gallery in Acton, but mainly works on commission.
She is also a musician, harpist and singer performing at small venues in and around London.