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Wednesdays | 5 weeks | March 10 – April 7 | 10:30AM – 12:00PM

In this beginner class students will work with the beautiful medium of watercolours through demonstrations, exercises, and paintings. You will learn the proper tools and supplies, gain an understanding of the balance of colour and water, mixing colours, and the importance of tone. Class includes weekly live-online interactive sessions with your instructor and fellow classmates for discussion along with question & answer, as well as weekly pre-recorded video tutorials and digital hand outs that you can view at your own pace and revisit as many times as you’d like!

$95.00 (HST Included)

Materials List available for download above. We recommend purchasing art supplies from either: Curry’s, DeSerres, Michaels, or Amazon. Basic items can also be purchased at your local dollar store or Staples. If you have questions about anything on the Materials List, please contact leanne@auroraculturalcentre.ca


  • Access to a stable internet connection
  • Free Gmail account for Google Classroom & Google Meet live sessions
  • Computer, laptop or tablet with a camera and microphone
  • Dedicated space to make art
  • Supplies specific to your program

Please note Google Classroom access information will be provided to registered students via email closer to the start date.

Google Classroom Tutorial 

Meet Your Instructor 

Instructor Kathryn Christensen (B.F.A., Graphic Design) holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Guelph and an Honours Diploma in Graphic Design from George Brown College. She has many years of experience as an illustrator and graphic artist in both traditional and digital art methods. Her artwork is used for a wide variety of projects from educational applications to consumer goods. Kathryn is a member of the Society of York Region Artists, and her watercolours have been recognized at the Annual Art Aurora Show, placing first both in 2012 and 2016. Kathryn instructs in a variety of mediums, including watercolours, drawing, and acrylic paint.

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