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The Art Club at Halfpenny Green is held in the Wine House Function Room at the entrance to the Craft Village on site at Halfpenny Green Wine Estate.


It's organised by Local Artist Katharine Skorka.


We welcome adults and *children of different skill levels to draw and paint along with Katharine. Our demonstrations are suitable for beginner and amateur artists we cover learning the basics to refreshing your skills.


Meet up with friendly like-minded people, follow the demonstration or work on your own project

- Art club meet *twice a month on selected Tuesday evenings 6pm-9pm please see our timetable.

- Adult (age 16+) £8 per person per session. **(Child (age 12-15) £6 per person per session. Child must be accompanied by an adult for the full duration of the session.

- each session alternates drawing and painting demonstrations.

- Please bring all materials with you. 

Complimentary Tea/Coffee is provided

 **Children ages 12 to 15 MUST be accompanied by an adult for the FULL DURATION of the Demonstration. Accompanying adults do not need to pay unless they are taking part in the demonstration. Seats at the back and around the sides of the room are available for accompanying adults table spaces are reserved for participating artists. 

Contact Katharine Skorka for more details on 07958191237 / 01384 989897

OR email

Find Katharine at Skorkart studio in the craft village at halfpenny green Wine Estate

Art club timetable

Art Club Timetable

All art Club scheduled dates are subject to change at any time

What materials do I need to bring?

Materials art club

Drawing Skills:
- Graded pencils e.g. 2b, 4b, 6b 
- Graded graphite sticks (not essential)
- Sketching Paper
- Eraser
- Ruler
- Paper blending stump or cotton buds (not essential)

Painting Demonstrations:

- Paint: Watercolour or acrylic + mixing well or plate
- Paper:
            - Watercolour paper 300gsm
              (we recommend Bockingford Watercolour Blocks 140lbs / 300gsm CP (NOT))

            - Acrylic: Canvas, canvas board, acrylic paper pad 
- Brushes: selection of round brushes in various sizes will be suitable for most tutorials ( we recommend Daler- Rowney graduate brushes)
- Masking fluid (for watercolour) + silicone tools for application (not essential but used frequently)
- 2 suitable jars or pots for water
- Kitchen towel or tissue
- Masking tape
- A board that's larger than your paper size to work on

- pencil set, eraser, ruler

The art club has a small amount of donated materials for use on the day but not guaranteed there will be exactly what's needed.

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