En Plein Air and Art Workshops on an Island of Artistic Inspiration
Kingston, Norfolk Island
Imagine spending a week immersed in painting and creating surrounded by stunning clifftops, evocative convict-era buildings, coral reefs and vivid green valleys, and all under the guidance of an expert tutor. Norfolk Island, the perfect artist’s retreat, plays host to many En Plein Air and Art Workshops with regular small-group departures to choose from…
11 – 18 September 2018
Originally from Sorrento in Victoria, I now reside in Mudjimba on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, where I run classes and workshops from my home studio and around the Sunshine Coast and Brisbane at various galleries and facilities.
8 – 15 October 2018
Pamela Fairburn is a Sydney watercolour and mixed media artist who has been working in the Visual Arts and Art Education arena for over 40 years. She is founder of the Woodford Bay Art Group, Sydney.
16 – 23 October 2018
Anna is a bright, contemporary artist from Toowoomba, Queensland. Experienced in acrylics, watercolour and mixed media, she will be bringing all these skills into play for this, her second Norfolk Island Shiny Happy Art Holiday.
1 – 8 March 2019
Fiona George – Australian Artist/Tutor. I commenced painting in 2012, attending class one evening per week. So I then commenced on a new journey attending within Australia and Overseas as a student – En Plein Air Painting and Mixed Media Workshops. I am passionate about learning and sharing my knowledge.
25 March – 1 April 2019
Joe has been painting with watercolour since 1998 and with pen and ink for almost as long. He paints in a fluid and spontaneous manner, which allows him to capture the mood and atmosphere of the subject with a style that encourages the viewer to involve one’s self with his work. Watercolour and pen and ink are wonderful mediums for expressing these qualities.
15 – 22 October 2019
“I am fascinated by the way the light transitions across the Australian landscape transforming it as it goes. My large scale acrylic canvasses strive to capture this effect using textured layering, metallic paint and multiple glazes to produce work that like the landscape also transitions as the light in the room changes.”
“My animal series is a joyous and humorous reflection on those WTF moments in life. Littered with popular culture references, my works deliver social commentary with a smile.” – Linda MacAulay
1 – 8 November 2019
Amanda McLean is a nationally renowned Pastel Artist who has been painting with the medium for almost 30 years & teaching for over 20. She is recognized for her sensitive interpretation of the Australian landscape, especially her rendering of clouds, skies & water. She has recently been exploring more seascapes & indulging her keen interest in Sketchbooking
24 – 31 January 2020
Although Cilla Campbell comes from a family with a long link with the visual arts, it was not until the early 1990s that she formally studied art. After individual tuition from several established artists working in a broad range of disciplines she took the plunge and completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree (BFA) at the National Art School. Cilla works in a range of media including drawing and printmaking. Inspiration for her work comes from a love of dance and Sydney Harbour.