Saturday, June 5 | One-Day | Virtual | Adults 16+ | 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
All skill levels welcome
In this workshop, you’ll work from concept to finished painting – A Dairy Farm in Quebec at Sunrise. Starting with a general discussion on what to look for in a scene and what decisions you need to make to achieve a successful painting, you’ll learn instructor Helen Walter’s approach to painting, how to conquer colour mixing (using modern colour theory), a simplified approach to drawing, and how to handle brushes to achieve a loose and free finished painting. Suitable for beginners and those who have painted before. This virtual workshop is a foray into our multi-week classes which we hope to resume in the Fall.
$30.00 (HST included)
Materials List available for download above. Please note there is no curbside Art Kit pick-up option for this class. If you have questions about anything on the Materials List, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Zoom access information will be provided to registered students via email closer to the start date.
In order to participate in our virtual workshop you will need access to a stable internet connection, a free Zoom account, a computer, laptop or tablet with a camera and microphone, and a dedicated space to make art. Bring your art supplies, snacks, a lunch, and your imagination!
Meet Your Instructor
Instructor Helen Walter (B.A.A.) is a multidisciplinary artist who received her Bachelor of Applied Arts from Ryerson University in film and photography. Helen has instructed drawing and painting classes for over eight years to youth, adults, and seniors in addition to practicing as a graphic artist for over 30 years.
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