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Dewhurst House
Photo by George David Ellis Photography
Wildlife Trust Oct2011
My work at the exhibition
Wildlife Trust Exhibition
My display
Class set up
A maximum of 6 students per class
MazArt Studio, Egerton Bolton
canvas provided
A bright, cheerful and clean environment
Tea & coffee provided - Just bring Lunch
Tea, coffee & biscuits are readily available. All you will need is a packed lunch, however there is a local sandwich shop next door if you wish to buy lunch. Please note - if you are attending a Sunday class the sandwich shop will be closed therefore you will need a packed lunch.
A fully equipped artist studio, I provide the loan of brushes, your canvas and all the paints required to finish your masterpiece. All you need to bring is a packed lunch and a kitchen roll.
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Along with other students I spent a very informative weekend with Marion on Portraiture. Despite...
"Along with other students I spent a very informative weekend with Marion on Portraiture. Despite having a decade or more experience I learnt a lot more about colour mixing, brush technique and good processes to achieve a desired outcome."
Nick Bailey - 14 Mar 2016
During the past two years I have enjoyed and learned so much from the courses I have participated...
"During the past two years I have enjoyed and learned so much from the courses I have participated in at Mazart Studios. Several with Vic Bearcroft and also Marion Dutton herself. I have had so much fun while benefiting from their expert advice and fantastic tips, my art has truly improved. Thanks so much to all concerned. (The Impatient Artist)."
Kerry Blake - 7 Mar 2016
Had a fantastic day at mazart studio on Saturday doing a horses head in dry brush painting with...
"Had a fantastic day at mazart studio on Saturday doing a horses head in dry brush painting with oil, maz has got the patience of a saint , lovely lady, her classes are brilliant and well worth the money, I would recommend her to any one."
Sue Lappage - 20 Sep 2015