Morgane is inviting you to discover her techniques and share her passion for wildlife art during demos or workshops. If you would like to learn at her side, it is a unique and privileged opportunity to take advantage of the guidance of an internationally renowned professional artist and learn some of her trade secrets... But book quickly as places are scarce!

2018 Workshops

Painting big cat eyes in acrylic (1 day)

If you have ever wondered how to get that intense feline look in your painting then this workshop is for you!

In the morning, after a quick and simple explanation on eye anatomy and how the light works within, you will learn how to play on the cat’s expression with the shape of the pupil, the position of the eyelid and highlights.

In the afternoon, you will tackle the fur around the eyes and learn the secrets for a breathtaking hyperrealistic rendering. With a step by step demonstration, you will discover how to map the direction of the hair before building layers with a small brush and glazing to get the perfect color, plus all the final touches that will give life to your artwork.

At the end of the workshop, you will go home with a painting you can be proud of, the set of brushes you used during the class and techniques & knowledge that can be applied to many other subjects!

All material is provided; just bring an apron or a smock to protect your clothes. Suitable for artists of all levels.

2 scheduled workshops:

  • Saturday 24th March from 10.00 to 12.30am then 2.00 to 5.30pm at Saint-Pierre-lès-Nemours (77, France) for the Biennale d'Art Animalier.
    Cost 70€ (35€ in advance upon booking).
    Bookings with Virginie Billault-Toquin +33(0) (in French only)
  • Thusday 23rd August from 10.00am to 4.00pm at Rookesbury Park, Wickham, Hampshire PO17 6HT, UK (Southern Nature Art Exhibition)
    Cost of £57 (full payment is required when booking), tea, coffee, cake and lunch included.

Selection of past workshops

Summer 2017 intensive workshop in Paris: Learn or improve the hyperrealistic techniques to paint big cats

One day of observation, sketches and photos at the " Parc des Félins " (Feline Park, 140 small and big cats from 30 different species and sub-species) to get to know your chosen model, its anatomy, behavior and character.

5 days of intensive practice in the studio with the selection of the reference picture and composition, the explanation and step by step technical demonstrations on how to draw and paint cats with a breathtaking hyperrealistic rendering. We will linger on the eyes, nose, ears and all the little details that bring an artwork to life.