Author Archives: Daniela Balmaverde
Here are some of the paintings demonstrated during the first week of classes. I am glad that I give it a go to online teaching. Although we have to face some technical challenges and it was quite scary at the … Continue reading
After popular demand I decided to add a Saturday afternoon beginner class. Let me know if you want to sign up for this one! You can check my “Teaching” website page for more info. Love Painting Beginners Date: Saturday 09 … Continue reading
Spring Term 2020 Hunt for paint and brushes in your house and get ready to paint together this May! The social and connecting aspect of a Creative Learning activity is powerful, and particularly at a time of increased social … Continue reading
Below there are some of the images I demonstrated in the watercolour and acrylic classes last couple of weeks. Beautiful view from the City Hall from a south-westerly point. Acrylic and watercolour versions. This watercolour was … Continue reading
I am delighted to have two paintings in the Watercolour Society’s Christmas Exhibition this month. Come along to the official opening on Thursday 5th of December at the Curve Library from 7.00pm to 8.30pm.
After a long break I am eventually managing to post an update of the classes, some of these images were painted before the midterm break, time fly! Below are some of the landscapes painted by students in Brusho powder and … Continue reading
Just below is a landscape demonstration painted on week 2 of classes . For this one we used acrylic paint, roller, spray bottle and palette knife. These demonstrations were painted in “Brusho” pastels and some acrylic paint. Here … Continue reading
Nothing better than a still life to practice painting techniques after a long summer break! Below there are a few of the students paintings, well done to everyone, is going to be a very promising term!
Yesterday I have finished to teach two lovely weeks of intensive painting at the Crescent Arts Centre. Below are images of few of the paintings that students worked in acrylic, oil, watercolour and ink. We have been experimenting with gold … Continue reading