Are you just painting and hoping?

Nicholas Wilton lesson on design and value

You know that feeling when some days you paint and it’s great? Then other times it just doesn’t work so well? Would you like more of the first and less of the second?

We are mid way through an amazing free workshop offered by Nicholas Wilton just once a year. [2021 update: coming in February – you can join for free below} The full series covers Design, Value and Colour.

UPDATE: CVP 2020 will open soon
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So far these classes have been amazing. I feel like I have a better perspective and grasp on the intricacies required to take my art to the next level. I know I learned this many years ago but your way of explaining resonates much better. Thank you for you generosity and time.

Theresa Allen

This was a recording of a bonus teaching session Nick did into our pop-up Facebook group in 2019 showing real examples of paintings which had been shared for feedback.

Once you understand that value and design are key tools you can use in your art, whatever your subject or choice of materials you can use this to really develop and improve your paintings.

If you’d like to see the lesson on colour, you can sign up HERE and you will be included as new lessons and workshop sessions are sent out and you can see the previous lessons on Value and Design.

This was a session Nick did for our workshop buddy group, which I’m pleased to be able to share with you. If you are thinking of joining CVP and would like to be included within our buddy bonus group alongside the course, you can see all the details of the full programme through the link below:

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Wow, this video is a game changer for me! With no formal training I have been painting abstracts off and on for a few years with some success, but overall I’ve been feeling like I have no idea what I am doing. The differences principle absolutely makes sense and I cannot wait to apply this new knowledge. Thank you, Nicholas, this is so very helpful. I am excited to learn more!

Cindy Corbett
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