Further your painting in acrylics with Joel Sydenham and discover more of yourself as an artist.
7 – 28 July
2 – 4.30pm
This course is limited to 7 people
Course fee: £80 Adults (£70 Concessions)
Pay As You Go Fee: £25 Adults (£20 Concessions)
This intensive course is ideal if you have some experience of painting but struggling to find your style. You will be able to work with the tutor on a one-to-one basis to help you improve your skills and take your work to the next level. Ideally you’ll use your own material as sources of inspiration; however Joel always has some material you can use.
We welcome artists of all experience levels in this course and look forward to exploring your preferred painting style. It maybe an intensive course, but the sessions themselves are relaxed – so join us and further your painting.
By the end of the course you will have gained new skills and more confidence to create your own work.
You will need to supply your own materials for this course:
- Brush Set – must include flat, pointed and round brushes)
- Acrylic Paint : We suggest
- Titanium White
- Yellow Ochre
- Cadmium Red
- Sap Green
- Cadmium Yellow
- Permanent Rose
- 1 x pad of paper suitable for acrylic paints
- Pencils for sketching, sharpener; an eraser; ruler
- Apron or old shirt
About the Tutor
Joel Sydenham (chidi3s) is a visual artist based in Acton. He has a degree in chemical engineering which he gave up to fulfill his dream of being an artist and follow his passion for connecting with people on an emotional level. Not only is Joel a painter, he writes and performs poetry around London and has a range of merchandise. He is also a mentor for The Prince’s Trust.
Joel has a passion for community development and has run over 50 workshops for charities, educational organizations, and youth centers across London. He also works as an Art Tutor with Hounslow council’s adult education, where he creates and teaches adult and family learning courses. He believes every individual is born a creative genius, and as a tutor he aims to help people gain the necessary skills to express their genius.