From Dark to Light in Acrylics | David Hinchliffe Bienarté

Thanks for adding:

Proceed to Checkout

Continue browsing


From Dark to Light in Acrylics | David Hinchliffe

From Dark to Light in Acrylics | David Hinchliffe

About this workshop

Students will be shown how David works from darker background colours into light by painting the negative space to produce paintings that radiate.

Each participant will be guided by David in producing 2 paintings.

What will I learn?

You will learn the Hinchliffe technique - how to paint quickly and fluidly to produce paintings with energy and atmosphere.
David does not paint in a traditional way. This represents a new way of painting.

Special Instructions!

And you will need to arrive at least 15 minutes early to drop off your materials. Bring your charged phone or tablet of choice, because David will take you over to Newstead House (short walk) to start the day by taking photographs for the workshop. David will guide you in hints and tips in taking photos as subjects for paintings. You will use these photos in the workshop – it’s almost your own en plein air experience!

You’ll gather images in the field and return to the studio to paint in comfort. As the field trip will last around 30 minutes, please bring a hat and some water too.

Who is this workshop suitable for?

From anyone who has never painted and would like to experiment with paint to people who have been painting for years but feel their work needs a new direction.

What is provided?

David will be supplying:

  • Two unstretched canvases - the canvases will be stretched on a frame and the canvases can be un-stapled at the end of the workshop to take home
  • A supply of brushes
  • A supply of paints

What do I need to bring?

  • A water spray and a rag.
  • Water container
  • Palette
  • Palette knife
  • If you want to bring your own paints, brushes and apron you’re welcome to do so.
  • If you would prefer to work on your own pre-stretched canvases you can also bring those, 40x50cm or 60x70cm.
  • Bring your lunch or you can purchase from the surrounding cafes and restaurants.

What is supplied at the studio?

  • Tea and coffee (please bring your own cup)
  • A friendly, supportive and encouraging learning environment
  • Connection to the Bienarté art community

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

Course testimonials:

  • The whole two days were a wonderful experience and David was inspiring with his skill, knowledge and experience. It was a good size class and the venue was comfortable. Thank you for your great efforts to ensure that the class went ahead inspite of the flood devastation to your premises, I am most grateful. Meron from Teneriffe.
  • Despite the terrible Brisbane flood, all efforts were made to make participants feel welcome. I have never enjoyed a workshop more. The company, ambiance and David the tutor, were brilliant.....Gabrielle B from Brisbane
  • Loved the workshop. David is a wonderful, generous tutor and I would definitely recommend him to other artists. Many thanks your many excellent workshops with excellent tutors. Gayle from Tallai