Stewart spent two days creating his own Japanese wave design in warm white tubing. The wave crest was – obviously – stylised according to the artist. Every piece of art that leaves Fishtail Neon is unique.
Visitors to Brighton attending the neon course can expect a warm welcome at Artist Residence boutique hotel.
The 23-bedroom townhouse with 2 restaurants, cocktail bar and ping-pong room already features work form Andy Doig, so you’ll feel right at home.
The hotel is centrally located in historic Regency Square with sea-views over the iconic West Pier, it’s also walking distance from Fishtail Neon Studios; just go down to the sea, turn left and walk for seven minutes.
When booking say that you are on the weekend neon course with Andy Doig and you will be given a complementary cocktail.
The next two neon workshops will be at the start of April (2 / 3 April) and the end of (May 28 / 29 May)
The class sizes are very small to allow for individual tuition. A beginner can come in knowing absolutely nothing and leave with a finished piece of neon art, somebody with a working knowledge of neon can spend the two days mastering their art.
You can make anything out of 1.5m of neon. We provide all the equipment and materials you need, including your transformer, glass and gas.
The two days costs £995 per person and includes all the neon equipment and materials you will need.
To secure a place on the next weekend course (28/29 May 2016) please call (01273) 694662 or use the contact form.