Judging by their comments, the participants in Tim Wilmot’s first online, interactive session for the Watermill mill earlier in the week had a wonderful time piecing a piazza in the walled mediaeval town of Fivizzano, a mile or so from the Watermill. Here are some of the comments: “Tim’s watercolour class was wonderful and I enjoy his style of painting very much.” “I so enjoyed last night’s event. Tim was inspirational.” “I really enjoyed last night demonstration, so thank you to Tim for leading it in such a friendly and informative way and to you for the excellent organisation.” “I think that was one of the best tutorials ever!”
You can’t say fairer than that!
That’s Tim’s painting made during the session above and as usual, I have made montage of just eight of the many paintings that participants sent into our online Gallery. As usual, they were chosen entirely at random and please, again, accept my apology if your masterpiece was left out.
I’ve also again made one of those 30-second Facebook slideshows, so you can see the images a little larger. Please just click here to see them.
We shall be asking Tim back for another session soon. In the meantime, why not enjoy some more inspiring online sessions with our Watermill tutors, painting along with like-minded people from many parts of the world. You can find details of our next sessions by clicking here.
Delightful as the online sessions may be, they are not the real thing, so now we are beginning to cast off the coronavirus, why not come and join us on a week-long painting course at the Watermill itself. We are planning a great reawakening the middle of June onwards I would love you to join us to celebrate creativity, conviviality and freedom at last. More about all our painting courses can be found by clicking here.