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Organizer

Jose Gutierrez
REGISTER

Location

Gallery57 - Corner Clermont Ave and Wellbank St, Concord

Date

Aug 13 2020 - Oct 01 2020

Time

9:30 am - 12:30 pm

Cost

$30.00

Labels

Thursdays

Open Mediums – Beginners to Intermediate

Classes generally run to an 8 week term, however students may start at anytime during the term. Class formats are completely flexible, and students are welcome to work on their own projects with the guidance of our tutors, or a more structured lesson may be given if the student so requires.

Now with restrictions and following the NSW health and safety regulations, all our class are now limited to small numbers. Bookings must be made 48hrs prior to class days.

Course summary and material list

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Regular Tickets $30
Available Tickets: 7
The Regular Tickets ticket is sold out. You can try another ticket or another date.
Tutor__Christine

About Christine:

Christine is an artist through and through, she grew up in England where she always showed a passion for art by excelling in all her classes from an early age through to adulthood. After studying at Art College she went on to do a degree in Graphic Design.

Her art gained recognition by winning the National Sign Centre Award after which she was offered employment in London with a prestigious design agency which formed a basis for her creative career, later refining her skills to become a proficient art teacher with a gift for building an exceptional rapport with children.

Christine travelled extensively and taught art in schools for more than ten years in Germany and the UAE, before taking up residence and teaching in Queensland and is now enjoying living in Sydney.

PAINT AND A SIP

If you are looking for art classes that will inspire and fulfill you, look no further. Our art classes for adults provide relaxation, creative expression, and the perfect break to recharge from your hectic city life. 
Learn different artistic techniques combined with your authentic self-expression and feel encouraged to BE YOU, as you tap into your creativity! In our welcoming art studio, express yourself fully and feel the freedom and joy of your inner-creativity surrounded by amazing artworks whilst you  paint and sip wine or beer simultaneously.
All artists are welcome, all levels and all abilities are welcome, experience the calming serenity of Art Nouveau.
 
Friday 6th March 7.00 – 9.30pm
$50.00 per person all art materials included.
 
BYO drinks but we have glasses on hand.
All materials are included just not the wine.

About Dana Sypniewski

As a child Dana showed great interest in drawing, so beautifully illustrating her books and school projects that teachers often kept them. With a passion for colour and interior decorating, Dana went on to study at the Julian Ashton School of Arts followed by sculpture and colour and design at East Sydney Technical College. Dana was later inspired by art tutor colleagues, whilst employed at Macquarie University.

Dana has taken classes and workshops with local art societies, conducted by high profile artists including Drummoyne Art Society’s John Perkins, whom she finds inspiring. She has attended ‘Art in Action’ for over 20 years and painted in Tuscany with artist Ron Muller of Melbourne. Her paintings can be found in England, Italy and Poland in high profile establishments.

Dana’s Australian landscape work captures a translucent quality with her use of colour, light and harmony, achieved by loading the brush with very thick paint and little medium. Composition is also very important. Dana draws and paints in oils, acrylics and watercolour, and her subject matter is diversified including both modern and traditional. Dana has won many art awards and first prizes including the Bankstown and Drummoyne Art Societies, the Combined Art Society and Rotary Exhibitions.

At Drummoyne’s Open Awards 2011, Dana won the Member’s Section with Country Magic. The Judge said of this work “This painting captures everything about the subject – taking the viewer on a relaxed journey. It has a pleasing simplicity and interesting surface texture. Dana’s winning painting has also appeared in the Australian Artist Magazine on two occasions”.

Dana's Artworks