Thursday, February 28, 2013
Due to popular demand I have increased the days that I am opening my studio to after school pupils for painting and mosaic adventures.
The hours are 3.15pm to 5.00pm
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday during school term.
Each lesson lasts an hour.
This is so young people don't get bored and tired.
Yukha and my cat Gary.
Everyone will be encouraged to
Buy a visual diary and to do
Posted by Samuel Aboe at 1:44 AM
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Monday or Tuesday Mornings. 9.30am to 11.30am For 4 weeks.
Start whatever date you want but I have spaces only for 8 people at a time.
Learning how to handle a paint brush.
Applying paint with a brush.
Beginner Colour Mixing.
Learning to control your brush.
Looking at positive and negative space.
Looking at a graphic style of work.
Posted by Samuel Aboe at 4:08 AM
Friday, February 22, 2013
These are the instructions and art materials list for your art journaling workshop which I will be running at Rotorua Arts Village for 6 weeks.
Starting next Thursday night 28th February, from 6 to 8pm.
Pay at Rotorua Arts Village and turn up with your art journals and your pva and brushes.
Plus your gesso and your brush for applying the gesso.
You will be spending the
Posted by Samuel Aboe at 3:30 AM
Sunday, February 10, 2013
Janet Keen and April Hines at their stand at Art in the Park, Rotorua Government Gardens, photograph taken by Rotorua Arts Village Manager Tania Short.
It was great running it with April because it made it easier for us to look after the stand.
People just adored April's dolls, they are just so cute and well made.
I have one of my own and she's a guardian of my studio.
Posted by Samuel Aboe at 6:48 PM
I had a great time going out to the exhibition at Tarawera. The day was fine, the photography by Meg Lipscomb was really fantastic.
Because I am a photographer I really appreciate the level of expertise and skill that Meg shows in her work.
The quality of light and the subtlety of the subject matter shows that Meg has a fine eye and many years of experience.
Meg said they estimate about
Posted by Samuel Aboe at 11:42 AM
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Create Your Own Book Using 6 different Mixed Media Techniques.
Come and have a play, relax and have fun. You won't regret it and it maychange
your life for the better.
Week 1. Create a Positive vision for your future, using collaged words, photos and pictures out of old books and magazines, glue, glitter, paint