acrylic painting workshop for beginners {melbourne}

  • $295.00
    Unit price per 

Have you ever wanted to try abstract acrylic painting? 

Come and spend an afternoon in an artists' studio and learn to paint in an abstract style!

The workshops are are run in small groups so you will have an opportunity to receive feedback on your work as well as a chance to make connections with a small group of fellow painters.

In this workshop you will be gently guided through a project working with acrylics on a wood panel.

The workshop will give you an introduction to colour mixing, composition and working with layers.

You will have the opportunity to play and experiment and be inspired by your own creative potential.

Materials included.

A yummy treat + tea/coffee + a glass of wine will be provided.

Take home your first little ready to hang painting {and your works on paper}!

Belinda Marshall will be teaching the workshop based on her years of self-taught creative practice.

Plein Air studios
4-6 Ballarat Street, Brunswick. 


Covid-19 update:
In person workshops are not possible at the moment.

To be notified of re-opening and to hear about alternative workshop delivery options like live Zoom workshops and pre-recorded workshops please sign up here.


No experience necessary, all materials are provided, all you need to do is bring yourself.

An apron will be provided but please wear clothes that you don’t mind getting splashed with paint!

Refunds on workshop bookings are not available, however if you can’t attend the class you are more than welcome to send someone in your place!



. . .  'Belinda was a fantastic teacher with a great amount of both information and fun. The pace of the workshop allowed us to really try some different things out and relax into the process. It was fabulous!

. . . 'I realised I am very processed in my thinking and I needed a process to un-process enough to be able to see things completely differently and in a way that is abstract and new to me!! . . Your advice was brilliant'

. . . 'The concept of pulling apart simple objects and expanding different aspects to re-create something new and abstract was very helpful and enjoyable'

. . . 'Your explanations and the process was so enjoyable that I really like my painting and feel happy with it. So much so that I'm getting it shadow framed'


Photos by Nathalie Dumont and Belinda Marshall.