For workshop information contact Tutor or BDAS.
For workshop hire enquiries & other information contact Fiona Fudge 4861 4093
Note: For our insurance purposes all students, teachers and tutors in all courses must be financial members of the BDAS
2020 Weekend Workshops
Using coloured pencils
17 & 18 October 2020 - From 9am till 4pm Studio 1
Cost: $210 BDAS members and $230 Non-members
Experience the vibrancy and versatility of Coloured Pencils, whilst engaging with nature in this stimulating two day workshop with
artist and tutor, Peter Wale.
Arguably the biggest growing medium in the world today, coloured pencils, both dry and water soluble, offer a highly credible option
for artists; particularly those wishing to portray the beauty of nature in its various forms.
During this workshop both watercolour and regular, dry coloured pencil will be demonstrated, as will their use in combination.
To book: Phone: 4861 4093 or email:
© above images by Peter Wale
Sunday, 19 July 2020 - Studio 1
Create your own, beautiful, large-scale floral painting. Tracey has many years of art experience and will guide beginner and intermediate artists through the steps to create your own art work.
Saturday, 1 August 2020 - Studio 1
Join us for this one day portrait making experience in Bowral. Experiment with materials and techniques and have fun. Tracey will guide beginner and intermediate artists to achieve your portrait image.
Sunday, 2 August 2020 - Studio 1
In this art workshop we'll use the vibrant colours of alcohol ink to create unique textural effects which
often lead to unexpected and beautiful results. All materials are supplied. Come along to experiment
Sunday, 16 August 2020 - Studio 1
If you claim you can’t draw a straight line or a stick figure then this workshop is for you! This workshop is for beginners - we’ll have a great day!
In this one-day workshop we will explore materials and techniques using graphite, willow charcoal, pastel, paint and collage. Learning about these materials and their
applications you will gain the knowledge and experience to confidently create your own art works.
12 & 13 September 2020 - 9am - 4pm - Studio 3
Cost: $210 BDAS Members & $240 non members
Solar plate etching is a non toxic form of etching.
A photosensitive photopolymer plate is used to expose a design in the sun. It is washed in water to reveal the image hardened by the UV rays. The plate is dried and printed on the etching press. The original design needs to be applied onto clear transparency film.
Drawing & Painting from Nature
Using Colour Pencils
with Peter Wale
17 & 18 October 2020
with Malcolm Carver
This workshop has been cancelled and we will endeavour to reschedule
16 & 17 May 2020 - Cost $200 (BDAS members) $230 (non members)