Workshop: Impasto coastal clifftop painting with Naomi Crowther

12:30pm - 3:30pm

Where: Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre, corner of Vulcan and Campbell streets, Moruya.

Cost: $120

Learn from professional artist, Naomi Crowther, how to create abstract seaside cliffs using impasto acrylic paints and how to finish the artwork ready to hang.

Specialising in highly textured, semi-abstract and figurative works, Naomi has helped hundreds of people find their artistic talents through her workshops which are easy to follow and small enough for ‘one on one’ attention. The result is that participants come away with their own piece they’ll be proud to hang, bringing a space to life and creating conversation starters.

In this workshop, participants will learn how to:

  • add raw material to mediums
  • apply textured mediums to the canvas
  • create a pleasing abstract composition
  • add detail to draw the eye with your choice of windswept trees, lighthouse, vintage caravan or cottage.

This is an ideal workshop for people who have some painting experience painting and:

  • would like to experiment with thick impasto paints
  • are ready to unleash some serious creativity
  • want to take their art to the next level.

All materials are provided including gloves, aprons, paints, and brushes. Participants will take home a completed artwork.

About Naomi

With the natural world as her influence and pattern play and light as her inspiration, it’s easy to see why Naomi Crowther’s original, one-off artworks elevate a space, add colour, and become conversation pieces for years to come.

Painting is Naomi’s life. With over two-decades as a full-time artist, she lives and breathes it.

Formally trained as an Interior Decorator, Naomi wrote for “Australian Home Beautiful Magazine” and appeared on Foxtel’s “Selling Houses Australia.” Though mainly self-taught, Naomi studied at ANU’s Institute of the Arts, then at RMIT’s School of Design.

Colour, light and patterns are her passion. Each canvas creation exudes a mesmerising blend of life and imagination inviting viewers into her vibrant world of artistry.

Bookings required by Wednesday 7 February 2024, 4pm

For more information contact Creative Arts Officer, Sue Blackburn:

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More workshops hosted by the Bas

This workshop is part of the Bas' Saturday sessions, held on the second Saturday of the month.