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7 Reasons to participate in a Student Club

If you’re looking for a little change in your routine or if you want to get accustomed to your new environment at Hunter, join a club! 176 more words

Painting the Seated Nude

Painting Workshop with Artist David Chen

Today’s workshop was centred around painting the seated position. The main aim is to understand skin tones and how they include many more colours than the usual reds, yellows and white that many of us may initially use. 741 more words

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Running Team

I have had several people come up to me asking whether or not we will have Track and Field or the go to the Halo Run this year. 99 more words

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Sarah Faulkner

Visiting Artist Talk at Chisholm Frankston

Painter Sarah Faulkner gave and interesting talk about her career and her paintings today. Having start at RMIT and Prahran Institute around the 1980s Sarah now has an impressive career of over thirty years. 631 more words

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Latest Clubs

Lunchtime and after school clubs are recommencing after the holidays.

  • The S1-S3 book group takes place Tuesday lunchtimes in the Citizens’ Café at lunchtime.  New members are very welcome!
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Why I Paint What I Paint

Fashions come and go. Recently I attended a talk by a printmaker who has taken up a practice of printing that was nearly accepted as extinct only thirty or so years ago. 220 more words

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Tonal Painting with Red as Dominant

Next in the series of Tonal Workshops with Artist David Chen

Subject: Floral Still Life. How to paint using reds as your dominant colour. 

Understanding of tonal values gives you the ability to look at your subject and translate it into a painting where all the colours work with each other – they relate and none will look out of place against the others. 758 more words

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