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  • In autumn, winter and spring the painting courses are weekly.
    The profit of regular lessons is a long term effect.
    The weekly lessons give the opportunity to assimilate the new experiences.
    After a week the view to the work is fresh again and it is easier to continue.

     

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    the first paintings learn there are different ways to paint - find an own handwriting - see how color makes the forms

     

    there is much attention how to use paint - how to use a brush - working over the whole paper - mixing colors

    different assignments are used to get the feeling how to change, to build up and see new ways

     

     

    the works start to be more and more individual after a longer period of working

     

    other materials like oil paint, acrylic, wax crayon, print techniques enlarges the working area

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    information and reservation
    Marja de Jong
    00 358 (0)50 4625 675
    mail@saksala.org
     



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