General Information for All Workshops

  • Venues are chosen with good facilities and parking.

  • Bring your own lunch if it is an all day workshop - tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

  • Materials: bring your own or materials will be available to purchase on the day. Some workshops include all materials.

  • My standard colour palette is Titanium White, Burnt Umber, Ultramarine Blue, Cyan Blue/Cerulean Blue, Burnt Sienna, Yellow Ochre, Lemon Yellow, Cadmium Yellow, Cadmium Red

  • My workshops are suitable for all abilities.

  • Small class size

How to Book:

  • All workshops must be pre booked by EMAIL and will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.

  • Clearly state which day/s you wish to attend.

  • I will reply by email to confirm your place on a workshop.

  • Wait for confirmation then pay in full by return to secure your place.

How to Pay:
Online banking or by card over the phone. Details will be provided when I confirm your booking.

The list is regularly updated and I also send out emails about updates - you can sign up for my mailing list from the button at the bottom of the page.

If for some reason I am not able to run the workshop on the day you will get a credit or full refund. Refunds can not be made if you cancel your booking less than 6 weeks prior to the workshop date.


Monday 30 May           Workshop with Mark Fisher  £50                                Sedlescombe Village Hall TN33 0QW    10.00 to 4.00


Ink & Bleach - expand your techniques, knowledge and creativity


Saturday 18 June           Workshop with Mark Fisher  £50                              Sedlescombe Village Hall TN33 0QW    10.00 to 4.00

Subject matter to be announced

July 2, October 15 and November 12             Battle and District Arts Group Workshop        Sedlescombe Village Hall TN33 0QW  Watercolour with Kerry Bennett 10 - 12.30          Acrylic with Mark Fisher 1.30 - 4     

A step by step paint-along projects with all materials provided. Can be booked separately or together.

For details click the link here to go to the Battle Arts Group website


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