Date 17–18 July 2021, Saturday and Sunday
Time 10.00am–4.00pm both days
Location M16 Artspace, Studio B
Address 21 Blaxland Crescent Griffith ACT
Class size 12 students per class
Price Members $225 | Non-members $285

12 in stock

Stavros will give a brief demonstration and discuss the various aspects that go to create an expressive landscape painting.

Utilising these concepts, and working from their chosen image, participants will explore composition, design, tone, and technique and produce a completed landscape during the weekend.

This will be a practical ‘hands-on’ workshop and Stavros will offer guidance, and assist participants in the development of their work.

Additional information


All materials supplied in the course cost.

Participants may wish to print their own images as source material.

Wear old clothes or aprons.

Materials list

PAINTS: Titanium white

Yellow oxide / yellow ochre

Cadmium yellow

Cadmium red

Alizarin crimson

Burnt sienna

Burnt umber


Cerulean blue

Cobalt blue

Ultramarine blue

Viridian green

Stretched canvas or board or paper (landscape format) as appropriate for medium

Brushes (bristle or nylon): various sizes in flats and rounds

Flat palette knife

Wooden palette or disposable paper palette

Water containers

Spray bottle



2B and 4B pencils

Blade for sharpening

Kneadable eraser

Transparent plastic ruler

Easel: table or tripod as preferred.

About the tutor

Stavros Papantoniou has been a practising and exhibiting artist for more than 40 years. His work is represented in the Julian Ashton Art School Collection, Sydney as well as private collections in Sweden, the United Kingdom and Australia.

He studied at the Julian Ashton Art School, Sydney, followed by Post Graduate Professional Art Studies at the City Art Institute, Sydney. He then completed Master of Fine Arts Degree, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney.


  • DRAWING: Expert draughtsman having undertaken extensive study in figurative drawing, anatomy, and perspective.
  • PAINTING: Skilled in the use of oils, acrylics, watercolour, egg-tempera and wax encaustic.


  • Lecturer in Methods, Media and Materials in Painting, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney
  • Teaching Composition related to Figurative Art, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney
  • Conducting Life Drawing Summer Schools, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney
  • Conducted annual painting tours to the Greek Islands for 10 years
  • Currently teaching Advanced Oil, Acrylic and Watercolour Painting Techniques, Waverley Woollahra Arts School, Sydney
  • Currently conducting open workshop classes in all media at Gallery on Track, Goulburn

Cancellation / refund policy

If you find you are no longer able to attend:

  • Please advise ASAP so we can notify the next in line.
  • Please include your name and the name of the workshop/event.
  • Refunds will be given at CAW’s discretion, if:
    • The participant withdraws from the event or workshop at least 14 days prior to commencement.
    • The place can be filled by someone on the waiting list.
    • The workshop is cancelled by CAW.

Skill level

Beginners to Advanced