Learn to Paint Seascapes (in oils) with Shauna Fosker


Sunday 8th March 2020


10am - 4pm


Come to the blissful studio in Hart Street and get lost in a one day workshop learning about oil paints and how best to paint a Seascape. You can bring your own photo references if preffered, otherwise Shauna will provide a selection of glorious Seascapes to fire up your imagination and enthusiasm! This is a workshop that will go over the basics to cater for the beginner, but all levels are most welcome.


Materials required:


  • A selection of oil brushes
  • Palette knives (not essential, we have some basic ones at the studio)
  • A Canvas
  • A selection of oil paints
  • Baby wipes
  • Kitchen roll
  • Overalls/clothes that can get paint on them
  • Tear off palettes or wooden palette.


Shauna is a patient and enthusiastic art tutor who likes nothing better than working with absolute beginners and introducing them to the flexibility of natural oil paint.


Refreshments, tea, coffee and biscuits are all included, but you will need to bring a packed lunch or nip out to one of the many cafes/shops nearby.


Age 17+ (no exceptions - for more info. on our Young Adult courses, click here: Young Adults Workshops)


Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.


If you have any questions specifically about this Workshop, please email the tutor directly: Shauna Fosker




Learn to Paint Seascapes (in oils) with Shauna Fosker (March)

  • All of our glorious tutors are self-employed which means that if a student cancels and we are unable to fill the space, this leaves our tutor in the lurch – missing out on one student’s fees can have a big impact on a tutor’s income. Please be considerate. We ask that you make extra sure that you are able to make the dates of this course before booking as we regret, we are unable to offer refunds.  We reserve the right to cancel a class in unusual circumstances. We try to avoid this wherever possible, but sometimes it cannot be avoided. In this situation, of course, a full refund will be given. We're sorry but the Henley School of Art can not be financially responsible for extreme weather conditions or any other situations that are out of our control.