Running workshops is one of the things Oliver loves to do. To encourage beginners but also to bring new methods and techniques to people that already paint. It is a great social event that can bring people from all backgrounds together to embark on a painting adventure that will have everyone leaving with a painting they have created and are pleased with. Workshops are for beginners and for those seeking more techniques with acrylics. It’s a family friendly environment catering for all ages and abilities. 


Oliver will provide all the equipment needed for the workshop.  The amount of participants need to be calculated at least 5 days in advance. He will provide a 18 x 14 inch canvas for everyone, acrylic paint, brushes, water cups and plates for mixing. 


You need to provide a location/venue, refreshments if needed, tables and chairs for everyone and an admin person who would invite and take note of everyone attending. You would be the person advertising the workshop, but Oliver would gladly promote the event on social media. 


Workshops can be half a day with one canvas each or a whole day with two canvases per person. The price for materials is £15 per head for half a day and £30 for a full day (Approx 6 hours) There will be an additional charge for travel if it exceeds 100 miles from the west midlands.  Minimum of 10 people per workshop and maximum of 40….unless your venue can support more. 


Testimonials ;


Oliver is clearly talented in his brilliant images which appear so effortlessly on the canvas but the step-by-step way he takes you through the process means you can actually produce something to be proud of in a very short time. He's inspirational. I thoroughly enjoyed the morning.



I really enjoyed the Art workshop I found it both relaxing and challenging and looking forward to the next one plus I have found a new hobby so very pleased I went! Louise


If your looking for some downtime, a moment to stop in a busy and hectic week and do something creative, Ollie's art workshop is definately recommended. I'm not a painter and I won't necessarily be earnistly painting large canvases for the next few months. However,  I enjoy taking to time out to learn new skills that highlight a different Godly perspective. It's these skills I will take on my journey with me. Charlie

Scroll down for more pictures....