Art Classes

Water Mixable Oils

These are painting classes like no other where you will receive top notch service. Not only will you be served paint, canvases and expert tuition you will also be served homemade cake and cappuccinos!

These classes are suitable for adults of all abilities. With a maximum of 6 adults it is a truly bespoke experience. You will spend time working on guided projects with a distinct focus on technique, and projects of your own choice allowing you to develop your own style as you go along. We paint using water mixable oils and acrylics. Most materials are provided but you will be advised to buy your own set of quality brushes and a tear-off palette when you sign up to the class.

Spring Term 2019   Wednesdays: 10am-12.30pm   January 16th-March 27th (10 sessions)



The Art Variety Class!  Watercolour - Acrylic - Sketching - Oil Pastels - Collage

This class is ideal for beginners and the more experienced artist looking to build on their skills. You'll learn how to use different mediums and  explore how toapply them in fun and exiting ways! These exercises will help you find your creative flow, 'see' like an artist and get past any fear you may have about not being able to draw. The class will help you tread your own path and find out what you enjoy most. Dig out those art materials that have been gathering dust and learn how to put them into action!

Spring Term 2019   Thursdays: 10am-12.30pm   January 17th-March 28th (10 sessions)

All classes are held at ArtShed in St Albans, please go to www.shedloadsoffun.com for more information.

Testimonials

Roland Minder - 'I did a couple of terms at the ArtShed in St Albans and found Jayne a passionate artist who is willing to share her extensive knowledge with you. She is an inspiring and fantastic teacher who really helps you get creative and brings the best out of you. I would definitely recommend this class to anyone wanting to try an art class.'

Gitanjali Venkatraman - 'Jayne is an incredibly amazing art teacher! She is a fabulous, talented artiste herself and so knowledgeable. I’m sure she knows a million things about materials, techniques and artistes. Jayne encourages, guides and remedies. Always.  There is never any pressure, no right or wrong way,  just pure joy - in making art with Jayne.   She gives of herself so generously to her pupils.  She helped me, an utter novice, produce good art (after 25 years of doing NO painting ) and made me feel what being an artiste might feel like and how to enjoy myself in giving in to the pleasure of working with colours. And for that I am always grateful.'