ArteMbassy Spring Workshops 2019
LOOKING AND THINKING DIFFERENTLY IN AN ABSTRACT WORLD
with artist Joe Fleming
Tuesday, May 7th
10AM – 4PM
Cost: $165 + HST – Registration
As a one day intensive we will look at various ways of challenging our perspectives on seeing and finding subject matter that informs our paintings. Looking at a wide range of contemporary artists recognized for their unique styles, we will learn how to add dialogue to our practice and broaden our personal painting vocabulary. Group and individual attention offers students a better understanding of their own painterly discipline and the genre they fit into. There will be an emphasis on production rather than completion and an informative critique will complete the day.
CHILDREN IN ART
An Illustrated Talk & Painting Demonstration
with Leslie Savage M. Ed & artist Martha Johnson
Wednesday, May 8th
10AM – 1:00PM
Cost: $50 + HST – Registration
The morning starts with an interactive presentation about the history of childhood and how children have been represented in paintings from medieval to post-modern times presented by Leslie Savage. The morning continues with a painting and drawing demonstration by artist Martha Johnson – a demonstration focused on critical aspects of representing children in art.
A full one day drawing and painting workshop on Wednesday, May 15th will encourage participants to move towards a personal vision of their own paintings of children.
DRAWING AND PAINTING CHILDREN (continued)
WORKSHOP with Martha Johnson
Wednesday, May 15th
Cost $165 + HST + Model Fee – Registration
From infants to teenagers, drawing and painting children can present artists with brand new challenges. In this one -day workshop the morning session will be spent with quick fresh gesture drawings. Observation in drawing and painting is key to visually representing the stages of childhood. The afternoon will have a gentle take on bringing colour into finished studies from reference. This workshop encourages participants to bring their own goals and experience to figures of children as they work to extend their knowledge and practice in painting.