Portraits in Acrylics: Paul Fennell

Painting a portrait using a tonal underpainting and then taking advantage of the medium's transparent qualities to glaze over colour in order to create realistic skin tones and effects. An acrylic painting medium would be useful as would a desk easel. Images to be provided but this does not preclude students from bringing their own.

Tutor: Paul Fennell

"Paul Fennell is a professional artist who obtained a Fine Art Degree from Leeds and a PGCE.  He is a regular contributor to art magazines and books.  Although a member of the Society of Botanical Artists, he paints a variety of subjects in a range of media, and undertakes commissions in anything from portraits to murals and book illustrations."