2021 Workshop



29th & 30th May 2021



 ~ Bookings closed ~

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Join artist Jude Fleming for a weekend exploring drawing and painting techniques that will be expressive, personal and unique. The Language of Landscape will focus on the local landscape with both en plein air and studio work, invoking a personal response to the land and natural environment.


Suitable for all levels of art making experience, the workshop will enable a sensory approach to landscape art works. On each of the two days participants will venture into the outdoors in the morning taking visual notes and making drawings. Afternoons will be spent fleshing out the drawings with paint and creating works that pay homage to the landscape.




Jude Fleming is a highly regarded regional artist with a profound love of the Australian landscape, expressed in her notable body of work. “Even at its harshest, the Australian bush has infiltrated my soul. It speaks of ancient knowledge. It has entirely unique flora and fauna which holds a strong appeal for me.”


Jude works mostly on paper, making acrylic paintings, collages, mixed media pieces and artist books. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from National Art School and has shared her practice and studio with students for more than 30 years, conducting regular weekly classes, as well as regional, interstate and international workshops. Her work has been featured in exhibitions at Western Plains Cultural Centre Dubbo, ARO Gallery Darlinghurst Sydney, and in numerous regional galleries. She currently has an exhibition titled “Paper Cut” at Campbelltown Arts Centre. Jude has been a successful and admired exhibitor in Art Unlimited over the past decade.



  • Pencils, charcoal, big fat black texta

  • Paints - acrylic tubes, tubs and or bottles – (A warm and cool of each of the primary colours) that is - ultramarine blue and cerulean blue, yellow deep and lemon yellow, scarlet red light and magenta, black and white.

  • Palettes – disposable, washable, bbq plates, sheets of cartridge paper

  • Water containers - a bucket and several smaller containers

  • Paper towels/painting rags, an old credit card

  • Brushes – bring all your favourite large brushes, nylon or bristle

  • (Sable and squirrel brushes are not suitable for acrylics

  • Enough A1 size 300gsm (or heavier) paper/canvases for 4 finished works over the weekend

  • A2 size cartridge x 10, for quick studies and palette paintings

  • Painting board with clips or masking tape, for en plein air painting, a portable seat, hat, sun block, a portable easel, if you have one, and anything else you love to use.

  • There will be A2 size125gsm cartridge paper and A1size 300gsm watercolour paper available to purchase at the workshop.

  • Cartridge 50c per sheet, AWP300 (500 x 700mm) @ $5 each sheet.


And anything else you truly love to use!


(A materials list will be emailed to all participants)

Lunch will be provided.

Jude advises participants to come with a hat, an apron and an open heart.