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Advanced Seascape Painting

Third in the Series of Monthly Workshops with David Chen

Creating Emphasis – Edges and Lines

There are several ways to create emphasis or direct the eye to a focal point in a painting. 604 more words

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Portrait Painting for Artists

Workshop Number Three of Five 2016

Tutor: David Chen

We began this workshop by looking at the work of Anders Leonard Zorn (1860-1920), a Swedish artist whose use of light reminded me of the work of Rembrandt and Vermeer, as well as Whistler and Sargent. 731 more words

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Life Drawing and Collaborative Projects

Venue: Frankston Chisholm

Tutor: Bill Hay

One of the advantages and pleasures of being in a classroom situation is having the opportunity to do a collaborative work with other students. 516 more words

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Life Drawing with Inks and Pastels

Venue: Frankston Chisholm

Tutor: Bill Hay

As we advance through this terms of Life Drawing, additional materials are being added to improve overall drawing skill. During this session we began with short 2-minute sketches with inks on white paper. 533 more words

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Everyday Ways You're Sabotaging Your Child's Success

Keeping kids busy seems to be common these days. We see it all around us. Kids go to school, come home to do homework, and then off to dance, t-ball, or other structured activities. 569 more words


Clubs and activities update

Sports clubs: Can all pupils who signed up for a club please collect a consent form from the PE department at interval/lunch.  Please note that the S1/2 netball club will now run on a Monday after school and the badminton club will run on a Tuesday after school. 208 more words


Is Your Degree Really Worth Less Now? You Can Make Sure It's Not By Being Distinctive.

I’m sure you’ve heard people saying that a degree is worth less than it used to be. Maybe you believe that yourself.

I don’t think that’s quite right. 1,784 more words

Personal Development