This is a repeating event17/06/2021 9:00 am
(Thursday) 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Hub 140 Weller Road, Tarragindi
Watercolour Society Queenslandwatercoloursocietyqld@gmail.com 0428 320 066 / 0419 760 993
Casual Painting June 2021 Each month we hold a relaxed session where you can paint, try new things and discover watercolour with our mentors.
Casual Painting June 2021
Each month we hold a relaxed session where you can paint, try new things and discover watercolour with our mentors. Casual Painting sessions are on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Thursday of every Month 9 am – 12 pm at the Hub.
If you would like more information, please contact Jenny on 0419 760 993 or Jo-Ann Lim on 0428 320 066.
Why come paint with us?
Painting watercolour gives you pleasure and great satisfaction, and as a group, it’s just a fun thing to do. You will enjoy learning from each other while sharing ideas and experiences. It is a very social morning and a way to chat about your work, find out what other activities are happening and learn from others while enjoying your own “zone”.
Come and try it, you’ll love it. It’s casual painting, so come when it suits or when you feel like a morning painting with others. Morning tea is a specialty!
It is also possible to arrange lessons by appointment.
While you are on our website why not take a looks at other workshops and classes we are running.
The health and wellbeing of our members is our highest priority. Being mindful of hygiene is imperative, and we will ensure that any space we use is sanitized and cleaned appropriately. Of course, each individual must be responsible for their safety and make their own decisions accordingly.
As a community, we have a responsibility to those that need us to remain operational. And, respect those who have decided not to attend events and workshops at this time.
If you have any flu-like symptoms, please seek advice and stay at home until you are well again! for updated information visit The Australian Government Department of Health website where you will find links to all the latest information.
Amrita Deshpande, President, Watercolour Society of Queensland