CHAPMAN & BAILEY (MELBOURNE) IN-STORE WATERCOLOUR SPECIAL

TWO WEEKS ONLY! 20% OFF SELECTED WATERCOLOUR PRODUCTS Schmincke Aquarell Watercolours Sennelier Honey-Based Watercolours Daniel Smith Watercolours Da Vinci Watercolour brushes Stonehenge 300gsm Watercolour Paper   THIS OFFER IS AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! FRIDAY 6th APRIL - SATURDAY 21st APRIL 2018* A LITTLE BIT OF INFORMATION ABOUT WATERCOLOUR Watercolours are also called “aquarelles” (aqua = Latin for water). They are composed ...

UPCOMING PAINTING DEMOS & WORKSHOPS APRIL / MAY 2018

DRAWING WITH WATERCOLOUR DEMONSTRATION  Sat. 7 April 2018 | 11:00 am – 12:00 pm *Chapman & Bailey Melbourne only* For this demonstration, Dane Lovett will share some of his immense knowledge of painting, materials and technique with you. You will learn how to combine drawing with watercolour painting, using various techniques. Some blending and mixing techniques will also be covered. ABOUT DANE …

CHAPMAN & BAILEY BRISBANE SPECIAL

25% OFF R&F OIL STICKS* R&F Pigment Sticks® are oil paint manufactured with enough wax for the paint to be molded into stick form.  They allow the painter to draw or paint directly onto a surface without brushes, palettes, paint tubes or solvents.  We use only the basic traditional materials: natural wax (beeswax & plant wax), linseed oil, and pigment, …

MICHAEL HARDING (UK) IS VISITING CHAPMAN & BAILEY MELBOURNE!

WE ARE EXCITED TO BE OFFERING A FREE MICHAEL HARDING PAINT CLASS AT OUR MELBOURNE STORE! 10am -12pm | Wednesday 14th March 2018 The Michael Harding Artist Discussion & Demonstration is geared for artists interested in understanding why the quality of art materials used is important to the value of their painting.This session last approximately 1.5 – 2 hours and accommodates …

20% OFF MICHAEL HARDING ARTISTS OIL COLOURS DURING MARCH 2018

Let’s Celebrate Autumn With Colour This March! 20% OFF Michael Harding Artist Oil Colours Michael Harding paints are made by hand, using techniques which date back to the days of the Old Masters. There is a very simple reason for this painstaking process. As an artist and painter, Michael Harding, founder of Michael Harding Oil Colours, wanted to create colours that …