Evan Woodruffe is an artist and educator, well respected for his in depth technical knowledge, with over thirty years’ experience of professionally researching artists’ materials. He has developed and runs Gordon Harris Workshops for specialist groups, including University and Polytechnics, Secondary School Art Teachers Associations, regional art groups, and professional artists.
Evan has an MFA (1st Class Honours) from Elam, University of Auckland, with a proven exhibition and award history, and work held in significant collections. His work has been covered by the Huffington Post, Art New Zealand, and Australian Art Collector.
A full biography can be found here: www.evanwoodruffe.com. Evan's presentations are sponsored by Gordon Harris, The Art & Graphic Store.
Enquiries/registrations for the demonstration and the workshop should be made to Nicola Everett firstname.lastname@example.org
Evan Woodruffe for Gordon Harris: Materials and Techniques Demonstration
Thurs 21 June, 1pm - 2.30pm : Free
This demonstration will give an overview of the fantastic range of materials available to artists these days. Covering exciting new colours, surfaces, mediums and brushes, this will inform everyone who works in acrylics, oil colour, watercolours, and mixed media.
Evan is well respected for his in-depth technical knowledge, with over 25 years experience of professionally researching artists' materials. This demonstration is proudly sponsored by Gordon Harris, The Art & Graphic Store.
Evan Woodruffe for Gordon Harris:
Exploring Fluid Acrylics: Materials & Techniques, Thurs 5 July, 1pm - 4pm: $50 All materials provided.
Some painting experience is necessary to attend this workshop.
Fluid acrylics are the most versatile artists’ colour on the planet! They can be used for wide area and detail, washed, bled, dripped, applied with brush, dip pen, marker, airbrush, and with pipette, mixed with mediums, applied to wood, metal, canvas, paper, plastic and glass.
This workshop looks at how fluid acrylics can expand your painting vocabulary, through a range of different surfaces and the various tools for application.