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Meetings

The Lane Cove Art Society meets on the fourth THURSDAY of each month (except January and December) for a demonstration or talk. Our guest speakers are well-known artists, both traditional and contemporary, who show or explain techniques in a variety of media, or talk about the background to their involvement in art. The meetings are free and in the company of friendly, like-minded people.

Living & Leisure Centre, Lane Cove

Living & Leisure Centre, Lane Cove

The meetings are held at the Living & Leisure Centre, 180 Longueville Rd Lane Cove (3 doors down from Gallery Lane Cove). (Map). The meetings start at 7:30pm with time to meet and talk prior to the demonstration.

Parking: limited parking in Longueville Rd.  Plenty of spaces at Parking Station behind Lane Cove Library  (opposite Gallery Lane Cove) – free after 6pm, access via Austin Street.

 

  

 

Thursday 23rd May 2019. Kasey Sealy Kasey Sealy comes from a family of artists, and is a master of oils, acrylics and watercolours. He turned professional very young in 1980 and is internationally recognised, having had many solo exhibitions in London and painted in many European countries. 

His great love is the Australian bush. In his own words, “My work is a direct influence of the impressionist style of painting with a direct hand eye co-ordination in front of the subject trying to capture the subtleties of mood, light and atmosphere, always trying to avoid any formulation, sentimentality and cliché, giving the individual viewer a unique visual experience every time”. 

Kasey has produced
 a book on his work and tutorial videos. We are very much looking forward to watching and learning from him.

Thursday 27th June 2019 Winsor & Newton
Winsor & Newton representative/artist will give a hands-on demonstration.Details of the presentation are yet to be confirmed but we hope that it will provide the latest on new products from Winsor and Newton as well astechnical advice on artists’ materials and deal with any queries you may have on colour and permanency in artwork.

Thursday 25 July 2019
Jan Cristaudo
Jan Cristaudo lives on the Pittwater Peninsular among Sydney’s beautiful northern beaches. This idyllic location, together with her frequent travels, provides an endless source of inspiration. The use of colour is her preferred method of expression and she has a distinctive style using oils on canvas to interpret the subjects that inspire her. 
“Colour has always fascinated me. It is the first thing I see, then comes shape and form. As an abstract artist I use colour to interpret the way I see the world.” 
Jan will demonstrate using acrylic how she achieves the beautiful colour effects in her art work.  


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kasey Sealy

Kasey Sealy

Winsor & Newton

Winsor & Newton

Jan Cristaudo

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