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Watercolour Saturdays with Justine Moss

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Saturday, 16 September 2023 to Saturday, 9 December 2023

A monthly meet up for watercolour painters and enthusiasts – open for all levels.

Explore the materials, techniques and colour theory to develop your work.

Each week a different subject will be provided, or bring a painting you are already working on or a subject you have always wanted to paint.

Basic materials provided.

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About the artist – Justine Moss (she/her)

Justine Moss is an artist, educator and collector of wonderful things. She uses drawing and watercolour to make sensitive and detailed studies, favourite subjects include clothes, nature and the human figure.

She is currently completing a PhD on drawing garments in film, runs a thriving life-drawing group and leads community art workshops for adults, as well as exhibiting her own work.

She has lived in East Anglia for fifteen years and worked in art education across the region, from Southend to Great Yarmouth.

Telephone: 
01206 713 700
Venue ( Address ): 

Firstsite, Lewis Gardens, High Street,

Colchester, Essex, CO1 1JH

Firstsite , Colchester

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