Michael Britton Workshops in Hong Kong

Learn how to paint like a pro with International Master artist Michael Britton.

International Master artist Michael Britton is in Singapore teaching Portrait Painting in Oil, an intensive two day workshop, at Cups N Canvas (139 Selegie Road) on Tuesday/Wednesday, 27 & 28th February from 11:00 to 18:30.

This workshop is high-tiered New York City art training. It is professional and highly structured to maximise your learning and skill development. You will be guided step-by-step with both demonstrations and individual attention in a relaxed and friendly environment. Michael takes you step-by-step at your own pace.

You will be working on a 30x40 cm panel that is professionally gessoed and oil toned. The drawing will also be sketched on your panel.

Taking this workshop will save you years of struggle. Painting should be pure joy; not a constant battle with technique. You'll be put on the right track right away.

Class size is limited to only 10 and all of your materials are provided including the professionally prepared panel. Don't miss out!

Singapore Testimonial

Testimonial

I enjoyed your class so much that I had a high the following day and rushed to my brushes and palette!

Ken Lim
Singapore

Painting Portraits in Oil

Painting the Portrait in Oil - A two-day workshop

Learning to paint portraits from a photograph is a poor approach. The common tendency is for the beginning artist to emulate the language of photography. The result is often a dry, lifeless work.

The problem, too, for the student artist beginning to draw and paint from life is that the tendency to mimic a photograph is overwhelming.

The surest and most efficient way to learn how to paint is by copying master artists. Every great artist has learned by copying. This is where you learn the language of painting.

The American portraitist John Singer Sargent was an exemplary portraitist and continues to strongly influence artists today. In copying Sargent's elegant portrait of Rosina Ferrera you will learn not only how to mix realistic flesh tones and how to model facial form but also how to resolve the many portrait painting issues that continually bedevil painters.

All materials are supplied. Included with the Workshop is Michael Britton’s Painting the Portrait in Oil.

Class size is limited to 10.

Cups N Canvas
Tuesday/Wednesday, 27 & 28 February
139 Selegie Rd, Singapore 188309

Workshop fee: SG $500. A SG $50 deposit reserves your spot. Class size is limited to 10.
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Testimonial Kuala Lumpur

Testimonial

The pace of your step by step teaching was not too fast nor too slow. Also, the style of teaching and class was friendly.

I also like the relevant history you added from time to time along the workshop. It helps me understand the context more.

Your tips or guidance on how to paint professionally are very useful e.g not to copy but paint in our own language, comparing painting with piano playing makes me understand better about rhythm of painting, etc.

Orawan C., Bangkok

Testimonial - Bangkok

Testimonial

I have really grown with Michael's workshops - he demonstrates and walks his way through all the necessary skills and competencies with great patience & dedication. I have become more confident in front of the easel. Suitable for beginners & experienced alike.

Chin Han, Kuala Lumpur

Michael Britton Workshops in Hong Kong art class

Michael Britton is a New York City trained artist (New York Academy of Art) who has taught several thousand artists (some of whom have gone on to full-time art careers as painters and teachers) in his several decades long career. He was the Artistic Director of the Vancouver Academy of Art, Canada for six years and has also taught drawing for Walt Disney Studios, amongst numerous other appointments throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. He is also the author of several art-training videos such as the perennially popular Mastering Portrait Drawing.

If you have any questions regarding the workshops please feel free to contact us at mbritton-th@artacademy.com