Author Archives: Daniela Balmaverde

About Daniela Balmaverde

Freelance artist

Painting Classes September 2018

After a long summer break I am back teaching at the Crescent arts Centre. September has been very busy although is great to see that everyone is back more enthusiastic then ever! Below are few demonstrations painted in the class. … Continue reading

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Painting Classes: June 2018

During the last two weeks of classes we have been working with portraits: from life and photos. The images below are demonstrations done in ink, watercolour and soft pastels. Most students found the portraits challenging but rewarding. I am looking … Continue reading

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Painting Classes May 2018

This month in the classes we have been enjoyed playing with Brusho powder. Below are the demonstrations painted combining Brusho powder with watercolour, acrylic and collage. Great fun!                

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Painting Classes April 2018

Below are featured few demonstrations painted in the classes. For these examples I have been using a wide range of medium:  ink, watercolour, collage, oil and soft pastels. If you have any questions please PM me!         … Continue reading

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NEW EXHIBITION

I am delighted to exhibit few paintings in “An Untold Story: A Select Exhibition by Women Artists of Northern Ireland.” Join us at The Hallows Gallery from Friday 13th of April for a unique experience exploring the artwork and stories … Continue reading

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Painting Classes 3rd-7th March

Below some images inspired by the snow! Central Park in watercolour:       Same image of Central Park painted in acrylic.       These images are inspired by trees and reflections and are painted in ink, watercolour and … Continue reading

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Painting Workshop – Sunday 11 March 2018

Paint Your Own Unique Artwork Date Sunday 11 March 2018 Time 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM Price £30 | £25 Want to paint a specific image but have never had the chance, the support or the basic materials to do … Continue reading

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