Successful Lessons W/end from – Chan Dissanayake 2018

Successful Lessons W/end from – Chan Dissanayake 2018

A very enjoyable first day was had by some 15 attendees who are at the 2 day workshop for watercolour lessons. Our venue in the lower Ulladulla Civic Centre is great & the Society has had very good support with some attendees who have travelled from Wollongong, Goulburn and out of Sydney.

Chan’s setup is excellent, we have video projection for painting subjects and his own working area is covered by overhead camera to TV output. This means we have excellent overview of his techniques and style as the tutorial progresses.

Day 1 – Saturday – Our first subject was a view of Mollymook Beach, water and landscape with people.
The second painting project for the day was a view of The Megalong Valley.

Day-2 Sunday – Many arrived early to touch up and complete yesterday’s last challenge.. First  up today is Ulladulla Harbour scene, not just replicating a photo.

Second challenge a Street Scene, buildings, cars, people and reflections balance with perspective.

All attendees left with a rewarding learning experience, thoroughly recommended.

Meet, Greet & Munch – 11th March’18

Meet, Greet & Munch – 11th March’18

Meet, Greet & Munch BBQ Lunch

Ryans Park BBQ Lunch – Milton

Come and have a chat, a feed and get to know the wondrous diversity that is Millhouse Art Society.

Bring a plate of your favorite finger food. BYO your own conversation starter and seat.

Starting from 11pm The BBQ King will fire up the bbq and create magic with steaks and sausages. The frying of onions should kick start your appetite and hopefully the comraderies.

Please advise of your attendance to assist with planning?

National Canberra Arboretum – 6th March’18

National Canberra Arboretum – 6th March’18

National Canberra Arboretum

From AUD$98.00

Duration: 1 Days (approx.) – 6th March’18

Location: Departs South Nowra, NSW

Product code: PLMVWY

The recently opened Gallery of Gardens is a living mosaic of unique gardens on the Events Terrace. Each garden has a distinctive design with a variety of trees, plants, landscape features and welcoming spaces to sit and enjoy the inspiring surrounds. The features include a labyrinth, reflective pond, sculpture and stone walls. Open now: The Open Gardens Australia Celebration Garden, The Labyrinth Garden, The AIDS Garden of Reflection and Mununja the Butterfly Garden.