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Matthew Palmer's ShopKeepArty Free Webinar Class and Workshop

9th November to 30th November 2021

Matthew Palmer's ShopKeepArty Free Webinar Class and Workshop

Join renowned watercolour artist and demonstrator, Matthew Palmer, in his FREE webinar Zoom class with ShopKeepArty where he'll be demonstrating how to paint a Tit on a Tap in watercolour on Tuesday 9th November at 2pm (GMT)!

In this 45 minute prelude class to his full 2-3 hour workshop book special, Matthew will be demonstrating how you can paint in simple steps to achieve this spectacular Blue Tit!
If you love Matthew's Zoom class, embrace the festive spirit and give Matthew's Robin on a Frosty Tap watercolour workshop a go, on Tuesday 30th November at 3.30pm (GMT)! You'll also have the chance to receive an exclusive signed copy of his recently released book, Ready to Paint in 30 Minutes: Animals in Watercolour.
As if that couldn't get any better! You won't want to miss your chance of entering the ShopKeepArty's FREE giveaway, where you could be in with the chance of winning a £10 SKA credit towards a future SKA workshop by entering your artwork from the class by the end of November!
Here's a teaser trailer to the exciting class to give you an idea of what's to offer.
Check out more details and book your ticket to the FREE webinar here.
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