Painting Courses

Drawing and Painting with Marco Corsini (weekdays)  

The program is a studio-based class that mixes personalised tuition with a program of short technical presentations.


Japanese Ink Painting with Junko Azukawa

Join Junko,  an award-winning shodo and sumi-e artist over three hours. She has exhibited widely in Japan and Australia, and her work, Bamboo Grove and the dragonfly, is in the permanent collection at the National Gallery of Victoria.


Explore Art Materials and Techniques with Michelle Caithness

A course for complete beginners; each session, Michelle will introduce you to different mediums and demonstrate techniques, which you will be able to practice as well.


Painting Still Life – an Introduction

A class to establish and explore the fundamentals of painting by working from Still Life. Your teacher will combine live painting presentations with personal tuition.


Painting and Abstraction with David Palliser

Melbourne Art Class welcomes one of Australia’s most extraordinary abstract artists – David Palliser – to conduct a workshop series about working in abstraction.


Watercolour Painting with Michelle Zuccolo

Over the eight weeks, Michelle will present a broad range of watercolour techniques, including colour mixing, tonal structure, pulling in and lifting colour, layering and much more.

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4 thoughts on “Painting Courses

  1. Hi, I am interested in participating in your oil and acrylic painting classes. Could you please forward me a list of the materials eg. paints (specific colours) and the brushes I would require. Many thanks, Patti Ross

  2. I’ve done two Flemish Painting Technique classes with Himi and am so thrilled with the results am moved to leave feedback.

    I really enjoyed Himi’s teaching style. He’s quiet and confident, firm and precise but also gentle. Intensely knowledgeable and skilled too. I think one of the most important things in a learning environment is to have the freedom, comfort and latitude to feel free to make mistakes; countered with a confidence in your lecturer that they can pull you up on these without making you feel awkward or disenchanted and have the skill to pull your work back from the brink so you can move forward. That’s a tricky balance.

    Hilmi did this with me many times and I am hugely grateful and inspired to continue.

  3. I attended Hilmi’s Flemish Painting Technique and Drawing Master Classes. They were the most enjoyable and fun classes I ever attended! Hilmi is the most patient teacher who ACTUALLY helps out and teaches real techniques. I really loved the “more action and less drama” based approach and I will return again soon for another class (when I am not too broke).

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