Celebrating Pastels

Image Credit: Keith Stott - Glazebrook Shade

Harbour House, The Promenade, Kingsbridge, TQ7 1JD

01548 854708
info@harbourhouse.org.uk
http://www.harbourhouse.org.uk/g18-cp.shtml

Tuesday 13 March 2018 – Sunday 18 March 2018
Opening Hours: 10am - 5pm (10am- 3pm Sunday)

Late opening with drinks until 6 pm on Tuesday 13 March

For the past ten years Keith Stott has taught pastel painting at Harbour House, sharing his skills and knowledge as an artist. His enthusiasm to teach in a relaxed and informal environment has helped many a student, from complete beginners to the more experienced, on a journey of discovery.

With a deep understanding of colour and technique he encourages his students to challenge themselves to create accomplished work with, as one points out, “skills some didn’t even know they possessed”.

As a testament to his teaching skill, there are students who now exhibit at art galleries and in exhibitions with great success.

As part of this exhibition, paintings by past and present students will be displayed alongside Keith’s, offering a variety of subject and approach.

Each day there will be at least one student painting in the art gallery, with an array of pastels, papers, and tools on display to help explain the mysteries of pastel painting. On Friday 16 March Keith will be painting in the gallery and will be happy to discuss techniques at any time.

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