New Art School: Brisbane Art Workshops Offers Satisfaction Guarantee

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Specialist oil, acrylic and watercolour painting classes run as Weekend and Evening Workshops for beginners to advanced students, taught by local, national and international contemporary artist/tutors.

Brisbane Art Workshops (http://www.brisbaneartworkshops.com.au) hold specialist Oil and Acrylic Painting classes for adults only, run as Weekend and Evening Workshops for beginners to advanced students, taught by local, interstate and international contemporary artists/tutors. Workshops are held in Highgate Hill, in the art precinct of Brisbane. Brisbane Art Workshops offers a Satisfaction Guarantee, that students will improve their painting skills or receive another Painting Workshop for free (conditions apply).

Workshops are held with two artists in attendance, the guest instructor who leads the Workshop, and Krisstie Byrnne, the founder of Brisbane Art Workshops, in a support role ensuring every student of individual attention. The Weekend Workshops are taught by skilled professional artists who are recognised in their field, such as Maureen Hansen, Des Rolph, Anna Niblic Heggie, Terry Bouton, Michael Pospischil and Maryika Welter. Workshops cover all painting genres from Abstraction to Realism, and all subjects such as Portraiture, the Figure, Still Life, Flowers, Landscape and Surrealism.

Brisbane Art Workshops was created to provide beginning students to professional artists/teachers with an opportunity to sharpen their technical skills, broaden and develop their creative and professional practice in a fun, casual, non-competitive atmosphere. Workshops are limited to 12-15 students, depending on the course being offered. Brisbane Art Workshops is an innovative art school with a professional website where students can research the artists/tutors as well as book and pay online using the secure payment system of PayPal.

Brisbane Art Workshops also has an eBay web-store for the students' convenience so they can purchase art supplies, art and business books, as well as places in the Weekend and Evening Workshops. Art materials will also be available for purchase at Weekend Workshops, however, all students are encouraged to pre-order any art materials they require.

The first Weekend Workshop for 2008 commences on the weekend of the 12th of January, and the first evening class commences on the 4th of February 2008 at Highgate Hill, in the arts precinct of Brisbane. Public transport, off street and street parking are available. Most Weekend Workshops open at 9.00 a.m. for a 9.30 a.m. start, finishing at 4.30 p.m., and participants are provided with a catered lunch, as well as morning and afternoon tea. Evening Workshops open at 6.00 p.m. for a 6.30 p.m. start, and finish at 9.30 p.m., and participants will have access to coffee and biscuits. Easels, tables and drop cloths are provided, and there is a ramp at the venue for ease of access.

At Brisbane Art Workshops the improvement of the student is their only focus. With a rolling roster of particularly talented, well-known artist/tutors, they have confidence that the painting student, beginner to professional, now has access to Workshops that really will kick start their painting results, backed up by a Satisfaction Guarantee.

http://www.brisbaneartworkshops.com.au

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