Frequently Asked Questions
What painting techniques do you teach?
I teach a wide range of different painting techniques. A full list can be found here
I can't make it to any of your classes. Do you have any recordings available?
Yes, you have two options. You can sign up for one of my Zoom classes and receive a weekly videos of the sessions or you can purchase already prerecorded videos. You can find all of them here
I've signed up to a class but what if I can't make it?
If you can't attend a Zoom class, you will still receive an online link to the video of the session and can play it back when you are ready. Unfortunately, face to face classes are none refundable. In some exceptions the payment can be transferred to a different class.
I want to be notified of your new classes, exhibitions and new art work available for sale, can I signup to your mailing list?
Of course, just add your email at the bottom of the Home page
What type of paints do you use during classes?
For ACRYLIC classes I use System 3 (my key colours are White, Black, Cadmium Yellow, Ochre, Crimson, Deep Violet, Phthalo Blue, Ultramarine, Emerald Green).
For WATERCOLOUR classes I use St Petersburg White Nights blocks of 36 colours.
For Oil painting classes I use Georgian Oil paints (my key colours are White, Black, Cadmium Yellow, Ochre, Crimson, Deep Violet, Phthalo Blue, Ultramarine, Emerald Green).
For Chinese Brush Painting classes I use Chinese watercolour tubes, Chinese black ink and sometimes my usual watercolour blocks.
Further details of the materials can be found on the individual classes description pages.
Will I have a notification of my payment?
Yes, you will receive a confirmation email.
What are the delivery/ P&P arrangements?
Please see the Delivery & Returns page for more information
How should I care for my artwork?
You don't really need to do anything, just take extra care when the work is transported. Framed watercolours are recommended to be displayed away from direct light for colours to stay bright. Acrylic and oil paintings are varnished with a gloss or a matt varnish, so they are protected for at least 200 years!