Date(s) - Sat. 3 Mar. 2018
9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Wendy Malowany's Art Studio
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Have you attended one of Wendy’s Paint Parties, and want to take your painting skills to the next level? Wendy will be teaching an Animals & Landscape in Oil or Acrylic workshop series.
Feb. 24th, Week 2 – Demo: Starting composition & Landscape techniques
suggested canvas size: 11×14” to 16×20”, or several smaller canvas or canvas panels if you want to do some small studies
Mar. 3rd, Week 3 – Demo: Fur, Feathers and Eyes – creating the energy and personality of animals
Continue with painting started last week, or several smaller canvas or canvas panels if you want to do some small studies.
Mar. 10th – no class
Mar. 17th, Week 4: Improving a Landscape with Animals and telling your story
Bring in a completed landscape that could be improved with animals and reference photos of the animals you might like to add.
Wendy will help each student individually and also share suggestions and advice with the class so everyone will not only get help with their painting, but learn ideas and techniques for future paintings.
You can bring your own paints and materials or choose the materials included option when you register below. If you bring your own materials you will need:
- Brushes: small, and med/large of rounds, flats or brights, and filberts, fans optional.
- oil or acrylic paint with at least: titanium white, cadmium yellow light, cadmium red, alizarin crimson, ultramarine blue, cerulean blue, prussian blue, burnt sienna, burnt umber, yellow ochre
- odour-less thinner, if using regular oil paints
- Canvas size: any size you feel comfortable finishing within the day’s workshop time, or you can choose to continue through the next workshop date in the series).
Prior to class:
If you would like Wendy to look over, and perhaps edit for better clarity and use as a reference, please email your photos to Wendy at wendy [at] wendymalowany.com. Choose photos with a good range of lights and darks, and are clear, not blurry. High resolution of 300 dpi is good; if you aren’t sure, email the photos and Wendy will let you know if the resolution is good. She will look at your photo choices, and crop or adjust lighting, if necessary, to print prior to class for your painting references.
Registration is closed for this event.