January 13 - March 10
(Saturdays) 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Register Over-the-Phone (905-713-1818) or In-Person (no online registration)
Creating abstract art is about using lines, shapes, and colour in a variety of ways, using a variety of mediums. This class will explore the elements and principles of abstract art by creating artworks that explore students’ insights, feelings, and artistic mindset. Students will be working with a number of mediums such as acrylic paint, watercolour, pastels, ink, charcoal, clay, paper mache, and collage. The class includes trips to the Centre’s onsite galleries to learn through interacting with the artwork in the current exhibitions. The session will end with an art show where students are invited to share their creativity and pieces with their families. All materials provided.
Class skips Saturday, February 17 for the Family Day weekend.
Instructor Lindsay Soloway (B.F.A., M.Ed.) holds a degree in Fine Art from the University of Guelph and a Master’s Degree in Education. Lindsay has been teaching in the Toronto District School Board and the York Region District School Board for the last seven years, where she integrates all areas of the curriculum with art education. She has instructed drawing, painting, multi-media, and sculpture for the last fifteen years to children, teens, and adults. Lindsay has shown her drawings and paintings in galleries in Toronto, Guelph, and Vancouver. She loves to draw from nature, and currently lives in Aurora with her family.