Starts: 10:30am Sunday 30th July, 2017
Ends: 2:30pm Sunday 30th July, 2017
Where: Left Bank Gallery
Cost: $140 per person
This workshop requires a minimum of 4 and will have a maximum of 12 participants

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'Express Your Colour'
One Day Workshop

With Tamara Armstrong

Unleash your love for colour in this 4 hour experimental painting workshop and create an artwork that will celebrate and reveal your unique style. Tamara will reveal how she takes her inspiration from nature, fashion and the world of interior design to come up with works that celebrate her passion for colour and bold pattern. Participants will learn effective tips for combining colours with pattern, while achieving a layered effect using acrylic paints to create a eye-catching abstract canvas.

This workshop is aimed at beginners and all participants will leave with a 45cm x 45cm ready to hang canvas painting.

All materials and equipment are supplied along with light refreshments.

Tamara Armstrong Biography


Based in the beautiful surrounds of Mount Tamborine, Tamara Armstrong has been a full-time practicing artist and workshop facilitator for the past 6 years.  Having graduated from QUT in 2003 with a dual degree in Visual Art and Secondary Education, Tamara spent 12 years as an Arts educator in both Australia and the United Kingdom.

Since becoming a professional full time artist in 2011, Tamara has exhibited in both national and international spaces and most recently was named a finalist in Australia's most prestigious portrait prize for female artists - 'The Portia Geach Memorial Award'.  A number of her bold tropical works were selected and replicated by the Gold Coast City Council in 2016 and displayed on prominent traffic boxes around the city and she was named as the winner of the 'RAW Artist Of The Year' for the Gold Coast in 2014.  

Tamara Armstrong's artwork and designs are colourful, bold and energetic and her professional teaching style encourages every client to identify, explore and develop their own creative techniques.