Birds' eye view with Liz Chaderton

Birds' eye view with Liz Chaderton

Learn how to master the three types of birds' eyes, with eyes that are full of life, in this live webinar with Liz Chaderton

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Wednesday 14 September at 11am (BST)
Tickets £15

Birds’ eyes can be divided into three groups, so we will explore each in turn. By the end of this session you should be able to paint any bird’s eye in watercolour. More importantly, they will be full of life, they will be fully part of the bird and not look like they have been stuck on afterwards.

The three types are:

  • Simple – e.g. sparrow
  • No visible pupil – e.g. barn owl
  • Complex with a clear pupil – e.g. chicken

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This exercise is taken from ‘Painting Birds in Watercolour’ by Liz Chaderton published by The Crowood Press.

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Webinar information

  • The webinar will take place on Zoom and will last for approximately 1 hour including a Q&A session (these are approximate timings and may vary slightly).
  • Once you have registered for the webinar, you'll receive an email confirmation containing your link to join the webinar on the day, plus Liz's suggested materials list and reference photograph for the session.
  • During the webinar, you'll have the opportunity to submit your questions and chat with fellow attendees using the Q&A and 'chat' buttons at the bottom of your screen. 
  • The webinar will be recorded and will be made available to all registered attendees the day after the live session, for one month following the live webinar. 

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About Liz Chaderton

Liz Chaderton

Liz Chaderton creates paintings which help people see the world in a new and fresh light. Her paintings are full of vitality and joie de vivre, hoping to capture the beauty and energy of the flora and fauna we often take for granted. She aims for them to bring a smile and a moment to pause no matter how busy your life gets.

She lives and works in a small village in Berkshire, working mainly in watercolour and ink. She runs monthly workshops in Berkshire. Her first book, ‘Painting watercolours on canvas’ was published by The Crowood Press in 2019, the second in 2020 (Painting Animals in Watercolour) and the third is out in January 2022 (Line and Wash Painting). Discover more from Liz on her website.


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