|Ireland Painting Holidays
The Irish School of Landscape Painting,
founded by Kenneth
Webb in 1957, is the original and foremost
Holiday Painting School in Ireland. Each
summer the School offers courses in some
of Ireland's most breathtaking locations.
With 50 years experience, these are chosen
carefully, taking into account each participants
skills. Summer painting courses are conducted
in Wicklow and Connemara by experienced
professional artists. Absolute beginners
as well as advanced students, are equally
welcome. Individual expression is encouraged
in an instructive and friendly atmosphere.
To the right is an example of Susan painting
an oil demonstration at Sally Gap in the
Dublin Mountains from one of the Wicklow
Courses. All the courses include on-site
training and demonstrations in oils, watercolours,
acrylics, pastels or mixed media.
Learn invaluable lessons of how to compose
a picture on site as explained in easy
to follow steps. Over the years, we have
perfected a method and style that suits
the wide range of artists that attend our
Whether in Passingano or in the west
of Ireland, we try to give you the tutoring
that you need in a friendly
atmosphere where students help each other and enjoy themselves. Demonstrations
from working artists followed by personal tutorials, help to give focus
to the day.
|Irish Painting School
- Latest News
2014 Schedule Now Available
The new Schedule is now available. We have had a busy year and although it seemed that we missed 2013, we were teaching and exhibiting as usual. (Just couldn't get our WebMaster to find time to put up the schedule).
This year, Kenneth Webb is spending less time in Ireland and has decided to increase his classes when he is over! Susan and Kenneth co-teach many classes together in Wicklow at the RiverRun Studio and these places will be taken up quickly.
Susan Webb and Kenneth Webb are fortunate to have another exhibition in London at Gladwell's is a exceptional gallery in the heart of the Knightsbridge, carrying with them a long history of Gladwell's and W.H. Pattersons. It is run by some very nice people. If you can not make the opening, do stop into the Gallery, Glenn Fuller and the staff will always be most helpful.
RiverRun Studio continues to develop its special themed classes. This year we are looking at Irish Impressionism to Expressionism with special emphasis on Humbert Craig and Yeats. In the winter months when going outside is difficult because of the weather, we will concentrate on an in-depth study of Cubism as applied to Still Life. We will also discover the application of Cubism to Irish Landscape Painting. These modules are particularly useful for students thinking of venturing into the world of Abstraction and developing a more subjective approach to their painting.
11 Jun 2014 by swebb