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Alex Katz, Black Hat (Bettina) 2010, Oil on linen
Private Collection, London © Alex Katz/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY
Image courtesy Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris - Salzburg
Charles Williams, Nigel Aono Billson
Courtesy of the artist
17 November 2012
10am - 4pm
Clore Learning Studio
£50 / £40 concessions
Alex Katz is one of the most important and respected living American artists. Artist Charles Williams takes inspiration from Katz’s iconic painting style to help you create a watercolour portrait, from life.
Book online at kentadulteducation.co.uk
course code AY134 MAR-12-B.
See Alex Katz talk about his work in the Tate Shots film at the bottom of this page, courtesy of Tate. This exhibition is a collaboration with Tate St Ives
, where the exhibition is on show until 23 September before travelling to Margate
Charles Williams’ practice is figurative painting; he has exhibited regularly since leaving the RA Schools in 1992, in London, in provincial galleries and abroad; in 2004 he had a solo show at the Museum Of Art in Bakersfield Cal. USA, and he shows regularly at the Lily Zeligmann Gallery, near Amsterdam. He is also a member of the New English Art Club (NEAC), the Royal Watercolour Society (RWS) and is a founder member of the infamous art movement Stuckism.
Williams, who recently moved back to Faversham from Hackney, has published Basic Drawing Publishers Robert Hale 2011 and is currently writing Basic Watercolour. He teaches on the Fine and Applied Art degree course at Canterbury Christ Church Unviersity.