Paint a Masterwork

In our "Paint a Masterwork" sessions our students complete their own unique interpretation of a masterwork painting by Van Gogh, Monet, Cezanne or an Australian landscape in just 4 hours.

After only 4 hours these students had completed their own unique interpretation of an Masterwork by Van Gogh. Inglis Academy teaches you the same processes that were used by Monet, Cezanne and Van Gogh. After only 4 hours these students had completed their own unique interpretation of an Masterwork by Van Gogh. Inglis Academy teaches you the same processes that were used by Monet, Cezanne and Van Gogh. After only 4 hours these students had completed their own unique interpretation of an Masterwork by Van Gogh. Inglis Academy teaches you the same processes that were used by Monet, Cezanne and Van Gogh. After only 4 hours these students had completed their own unique interpretation of an Masterwork by Van Gogh. Inglis Academy teaches you the same processes that were used by Monet, Cezanne and Van Gogh.

The Masterwork series is organised into three streams.

  1. Van Gogh - Language of Line
  2. Cezanne - Essential Shapes of Everything
  3. Monet - Language of Nature

You can join any of the classes. You will finish your painting in the lesson and learn the processes and techniques used by the masters of Western Art.

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Easy Aussie Art

Paint an iconic Aussie Landscape in 2 hours using the methods of master painter Peter Inglis.

All materials are provided and you will complete a great painting!

The class is very structured, you are in expert hands and are coached through each step of producing your own beautiful painting.

Book a session time.. We have a range of Art Lesson Packages too.

Regular sessions are held Saturday at 12 and 2:30. Please note that bookings are essential.

Centennial Park in Autumn
Centennial Park in Autumn

Dee Why Beach, Sydney
Dee Why Beach, Sydney

Kangaroo Valley: Fitzroy Falls
Kangaroo Valley: Fitzroy Falls

Hill End Road - paint this easy Aussie Landscape
Hill End Road

Leura: a peaceful stream in the Everglades
Leura: a peaceful stream in the Everglades

Mt Wilson: the path at Bebeah Gardens
Mt Wilson: the path at Bebeah Gardens

Mt Wilson: Symphony of Colour
Mt Wilson: Symphony of Colour

Palm Beach from West Head, Sydney Palm Beach from West Head, Sydney
Palm Beach from West Head, Sydney

Parramatta Park Sunset - image ©2017 Peter Inglis - www.inglisacademy.com
Parramatta Park Sunset

Sydney Opera House - a jewel in the night
Sydney Opera House - a jewel in the night

Three Sisters, Blue Mountains Three Sisters, Blue Mountains - the ebook by Peter Inglis
Three Sisters, Blue Mountains

Toukley on the NSW Central Coast
Toukley on the NSW Central Coast

Waverton: Ball's Head Bay
Waverton: Ball's Head Bay

Whitsunday Islands
Whitsunday Islands

Click here to see student paintings.

  1. Book a time.

Which painting should I do?

At Inglis Academy we are in the business of developing art literacy through the development of a painting repertoire.

We use the same overall process for all of our paintings. That is the genius of the system. In fact some students have done the same paintings more than once, I personally paint each one at least four times before adding it to the course.

Of course each painting has different blends of colour mixing, brush technique, compositional and tonal analysis and much more. That is why I have created this syllabus, to give a balanced path to mastery.

The Masterwork series is organised into four streams.

  • Van Gogh - Language of Line
  • Cezanne - Essential Shapes of Everything
  • Monet - Language of Nature
  • Aussie Landscapes - Use the techniques of Van Gogh, Cezanne and Monet to paint Australian landscapes.

You can join any of the classes. Process and technique is more important than the subject.

You will finish a painting in the lesson and learn the processes and techniques used by the masters of Western Art.

The processes are documented in our publications,start with the latest:

Monet: Meadow with Poplars, 1875 - a syllabus book from Inglis Academy
Monet: Meadow with Poplars, 1875.