Join the very talented, local artist, Emil Nikolla, on Friday, 5th April and learn how to create your very own Cezannesque still life using Oil Pastels!
Emil will lead a group of budding artists as they learn to master the technique’s of the father of Modern art. The workshop, held on the evening 5th April, is limited to just forty places, so make sure you sign up as soon as you can.
The registration fee includes admission to the event, a welcome drink, 2.5 hours of tuition, and all the materials that you will need. Don’t forget to bring your own drinks and snacks, this is a BYO – bring-your-own – event.
Cezanne was one of the most influential artist’s of his generation, his work bridging the gap between Impressionism and Modernism. His use of colour, and his approach to form, paved the way for the cubist movement and the abstract art of the twentieth century that followed.
An evening spent learning about his process and emulating his style, will both expand your mind and furnish you with a beautiful work of art of your very own.
- Location: Aubrey Mullock (Small) Hall, Orpington Village Hall
- Date: Friday, 5th April 2019
- Time: 8pm to 10.30pm
- Entry fee: £20 (includes: tuition, all materials and a welcome drink)
Orpington Village Hall is very excited to present the ‘5th Evening of art with Emil Nikolla’ in our current series and the first of 2019. This is a fundraising event and all funds raised will go to the Orpington Village Hall Trust, to assist with the maintenance and upkeep of the halls.