REVERSE COLLAGE PAINTING – A BRIGHT SPOT ON A WINTER’S DAY
Winter is the perfect time to cozy up in your studio with a cup of something hot and unleash your creativity. When the weather outside is frightful, I find that is the best time to grab my bucket full of cheerful papers and get to work. Come along with me to create a winter-themed piece that celebrates the season while adding a bright spot to your day. For this project we will use a combination of brightly colored papers with dark paint to create a dramatic and unique look that will brighten even the darkest winter days.
Join Gladys Larson as she takes you through this amazing class. It really is “Yoga for the Brain”. Zen Art creates a sense of calm, lowers stress, increases focus and concentration. Bring a journal with no lines, Micron Pens (3 sizes, 01, 03, 05) HB Pencil. Beginners are welcome. If you have taken classes in the past, don’t worry Gladys will keep you busy!
HOW TO MATCH COLOUR WORKSHOP
Do you ever get stuck trying to figure out how to match a colour you need without buying another tube of paint that you may only use once? In this 2.5 hour class you will learn how to analyze colour and mix up your own colour. You will only need 8 basic colours to achieve a multitude of colours and ultimately learn how to use your colour wheel to make your painting experience easier.
DRAWING FROM LIFE
Drawing from life means drawing from actual objects or subjects that you can see, touch and smell. We will cover the basics of all drawing like line, shape, value, texture and perspective. We will cover everything from quick stretches to detailed drawings. This is a great class for the beginner as well as a refresher for the more experienced drawer.
BEGINNERS ANIMAL PORTRAITS in Coloured Pencil
After covering watercolour, drawing and acrylic animal portraits in this class we’ll be using colored pencil as our medium. This class will be great for either a beginner or a more experienced student. We will be working with specific lesson plans and because this medium takes a while to complete, we may only end up with only a few finished pictures. With this medium, you can achieve a more realistic result and image which I think students may appreciate.