About Brighton Art Workshops...

Hello! I'm a qualified Art Teacher and Artist

with over 17 years experience. I offer personalised and encouraging  one-to-one art lessons in:

  • Taster Session HERE!

  • Drawing workshops HERE!

  • Painting & mixed media workshops HERE!

I tutor all levels of ability to unblock and progress with different materials. These are creative and educational workshops, to help promote self-expression, imagination, skill development, confidence and creativity, whilst you Explore - Dream - Discover.

My emphasis is delivering non-judgemental tuition, in an amazing  studio setting. I have an M.A. in Children's Book Illustration, won awards for my work, exhibited, sold and created numerous commissions. During this time I have been helping individuals free and develop their creative self-expression using paint, ink, print, collage and the beloved pencil!

 

If you're unsure try a 2-hour taster session!

EXPLOREDREAMDISCOVER

Brighton Art Workshops

The Studio...

 

Wonderful studio with a comfortable working atmosphere, a few artists floating around and housed in a historical arch situated between the 2 piers on Brighton sea front. Many visitors are amazed when they visit, why not try it yourself?

Brighton Art Workshops on the beach
Brighton Art Workshops on the beach

'The Open Studios', a fabulous working studio between the 2 piers. Brighton Art Workshops is run throughout the year by Louise Prentice.

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Louise Prentice - mask-making
Louise Prentice - mask-making

Mask-maker, painter, illustrator and tutor. Sitting at my desk getting creative!

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The Open Studio Artist spaces
The Open Studio Artist spaces

Brighton Art Workshops run from this wonderful studio space on Brighton sea front by Louise Prentice.

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Brighton Art Workshops on the beach
Brighton Art Workshops on the beach

'The Open Studios', a fabulous working studio between the 2 piers. Brighton Art Workshops is run throughout the year by Louise Prentice.

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"How does one make progression in drawing? By making the 'eye-heart-hand' reflex ever more sensitive, so that the hand may become ever more the willing tool of the eye".

Frederick Franck - The Zen of Seeing