mardi 9 octobre 2012

deux ateliers: Lio Lo et Wayne Boucher : two workshops

Saturday Nov 3rd
Workshop with Lio Lo
10 am to 4 pm, Caféteria, ESDC
Register by October 19th and receive $10 off.  $50 CAB members, $70 non-members
“Sky, Water, and Reflection, Exploring Seascapes in Watercolour"

Beginners and intermediate levels welcome.

Lio Lo, Jordan Falls artist, will present a one day Watercolor workshop on painting seascapes. Lio is well known for her vibrant portrayal of marine scenes. Each painting has its own special character that is inspired by the seascape painting being illustrated.

Exploring our ever changing Nova Scotia weather patterns we focus on painting skies and waters in the morning. Either on clear, stormy, overcast, cumulus or sunset skies, each demands a technical attention and also the awareness of how the sky patterns affect the waters. A thorough discussion on different approaches on both loose and photorealism styles accompanied with lots of demonstrations on elements and completed paintings as a whole. In the afternoon we introduce other elements to the sky paintings like rocks, send beaches, and salt marshes which add to the relevancy of our Marine surroundings. Finally we end the workshop with a group critique discussing the elements of technique and composition.
Materials: Just bring whatever you have or whatever you have been using. I will supply what is lacking.

Atelier (en anglais) avec Wayne Boucher,
Samedi 24 novembre, 10 h – 4 h,
Cafétéria, ESDC, Meteghan River
50 $ CAB membres, 70 $ non membres
Workshop with Wayne Boucher,
Saturday November 24th,
10 am to 4 pm, cafeteria, ESDC
Meteghan River
$50 CAB members, $70 non-members
Register by Nov 9th and receive $10 off.
The purpose of the workshop is to have the artists express an idea through a painting medium. The workshop involves approaches to painting and presentation, use of materials, tools, critical thinking, editing and processes of application in formulating meaning through paint.

The objective of the workshop is through preliminary explorations, and studies are to create a responsive dialogue in bringing essential elements of signification and process into a final work.

This is intensive and vigorous one day workshop where Wayne Boucher works one on one with artists, and in a group critique to provide a forum for constructive evaluation and progress.

The workshop will focus on the use of oil sticks, but any painting medium will do. Also, artists are requested to bring 4 to 5 canvases and drawing papers to the workshop.

Wayne Boucher is an elected member of the Royal Canadian Academy for the Arts (RCA), and is the 2006 recipient of the Portia White Award for artistic excellence and innovation

Veuillez confirmer votre présence à cet atelier auprès de la coordinatrice de programmation de La Manivelle: Karen Boudreau - 769-0269
For information or to confirm your attendance : Karen Boudreau, program coordinator of La Manivelle - 769-0269 -

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