Our Alternative Watercolour Techniques summer school came to a splashy end this week. Dropping watercolour splashes from height gave us lots of messy fun and some fabulous results.
Our latest summer school is well underway – Angus McEwan guiding us through the incredible range of textures and techniques that are available with watercolours.
Wonderful work carried out at Off the Rails Arthouse on Saturday. Called “A Walk, A Draw, A Book, A Story”, and led by Dominique Cameron.
Who knew a walk through Ladybank could be so inspiring!
The final day of Fraser Taylor’s Summer School gave all participants the chance to reflect on all we have achieved individually and as a group. Creativity of course, but also a great deal of encouragement and emotional support.
And as the dust settles, the early summer sun shines through the window and the Arthouse returns to peaceful serenity.
Day 3 at the Fraser Taylor Summer School, and so much creativity going on everywhere. Today’s images only make sense to those attending. ooooo…mysterious!!
Two days into Fraser Taylor’s Summer School and there’s barely a scrap of desk-space, wall-space or indeed floor-space left free!!!
This is when the Arthouse comes alive!
Our first Summer School of the season is underway.
Fraser Taylor’s “Drawing as Impulse” summer school is off to a flyer with much sketching and mono-printing.
Last weekend was not so pleasant outside weather-wise, but lots of flowers were in full bloom within the cosy walls of the Arthouse.
Sharon Black’s weekend workshop on Flower Landscapes in Acrylic was well attended, and considerable talent and creativity was shared by all. Much tea and cake also went down a treat.
Our “Lyrical Landscapes” workshop led by Sarah Knox, was a great success last Saturday. Huge amount of information, learning and creativity all perfectly in tune within one busy day. As usual the magic of the Arthouse itself combined with the friendliness and creativity of all participants resulted in a fabulous atmosphere for all concerned.