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Fri 2 Feb - Van Gogh's "Skull" 6.30pm

  • 79 Australian dollars
  • 23 Hutton Street Osborne Park

Service Description

Van Gogh's Skull of a Skeleton with Burning Cigarette is one of his early works. The small & undated painting is part of the permanent collection of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. It was probably painted in the winter of 1885–86 as a humorous comment on conservative academic practices – before painting live human models, the academic routine would have included studies of skeletons, to develop an understanding of human anatomy – an assumption based on the fact that Van Gogh was in Antwerp time, attending classes at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, classes he would later say were boring and taught him nothing. Paint whilst sipping a beverage & enjoying our gourmet platters of cheeses, fruits, pickles, dips, veg, breads etc. Bring your friends & enjoy a wonderful evening as you are guided through the painting process to create your own stunning art piece to take home. Perfect for all, from complete novices to the more experienced. You'll be amazed at how much you'll learn how much you'll achieve in one evening. Step by step tuition makes it really easy. Includes: * Welcome drink on arrival (BYO alcohol thereafter). * Unlimited soft drinks * Selection of gourmet snacks * Plus everything you need to create your own masterpiece * Your own stretched canvas to paint on & take home. * Use of an assortment of brushes, easel, apron & quality acrylic paints. * Step by step tuition & demonstration by an experienced artist.

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Contact Details

  • 23 Hutton Street, Osborne Park WA, Australia

    + 0400820367

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