Zoom Workshops

'Zoom Workshops'


Kerry's upcoming online workshops, held live via Zoom.

Please contact Kerry to book your place. Pay by bank transfer, card or PayPal. Before the workshop you will be sent the reference image we will be using, drawing tips, materials needed and a Zoom link (instructions for using Zoom can be provided).

Art Groups
Kerry is currently taking bookings for live online workshops via Zoom. If you would like Kerry to tutor your group and gain some hands on experience working with her, please get in touch for more information.


Saturday, April 10, 2021
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Cost £14.99

Watercolour class suitable for beginners and improvers. There is always something new to learn. Join Kerry for a relaxed class over Zoom, a step-by-step lesson learning new techniques including how to paint water ripples and reflections.
Ripples and Reflections example image

5 of 5 Stars
A big "thank you" for the painting session you gave on Saturday. I thoroughly enjoyed it. As I said, I haven't done a lot of painting recently, but its inspired me.

I particularly liked the varying methods we used on the pots to give them individuality (and to give us good practice!). You planned it well.

I've enclosed my effort. I have darkened some parts (always a failing of mine, I think). On the whole I am very pleased with it, though, as usual, wish I'd done some of it differently.
5 of 5 Stars
Thanks for this morning, loved it... one of the best lessons ever.
5 of 5 Stars
To be honest I started this out of my depth and, armed with old WHSmith paints and brushes from a Christmas gift years ago, I admit I felt a little anxious for the first half of the tutorial. Wasn’t sure I could do it.

It was my first watercolour painting and I had already learnt a lot just drawing the pots beforehand , then brush sizes, how to use the water, mixing faint colours through to dark, shading. Who knew that the ‘light’ was the place to start and build from there? Wetting the paper, drying the paper, mixing colours - planning that could help, I see that. The importance of detail. Didn’t quite work out how to not put my hand on the painting to paint higher up .... will work on that. And voila, a painting at the end - albeit needing work!

I did find it difficult as I had no real experience and I was a little disappointed that it turned out I am not an undiscovered natural, but I found your teaching perfect for me, your description, pace and demonstrations were spot on. I am in awe of your skill and ability. I thought £15 for three hours tuition from an established and amazing artist like yourself was a fantastic opportunity. I am glad I took it...

... Thank you for an enlightening experience.