All classes are $100.00.
Here's a chance to be inspired by the artist of British Columbia both past and present. Create oil pastels inspired by the trees of Emily Carr, abstract acrylic paintings like Lawren Harris, try printmaking kindled by the works of Bill Reid, watercolor ignited by the works of B.C.Binning, clay sculptures prompted by the work of Joe Average and much more. Other artist students will be introduced to and inspired by are local artist Dana Irving, Ross Penhall, and Douglas Coupland. Also included are Molly Lamb Bobak and Jack Shadbolt.
I am also running this camp for the North Vancouver Arts Council (Best in the West) in their Spring Break series and it is now sold out! There are just a couple of spots left in this one too.
March 9-13, 1-3pm
ART AND ANIMALS!
Spend a week creating a variety of animal artwork. We will create clay sculptures, acrylic paintings, learn to use a grid while trying our hand drawing enlarged animal eyes with oil pastels, dye paintings of underwater creatures, relief prints of jungle animals, graphite drawing of our favorite stuffed animals and even discover how fun YUPO paper can be! Students will be introduced to a wide variety of techniques and mediums while exploring the world of all things animals. It is sure to be a fun week full of creative artwork.
I have run this camp a couple of times for the North Vancouver Arts Council with great feedback and am excited to offer it for the first time at Kudzu Studio. There are just a couple of spots left before it is full.
March 16-20, 9am-12pm
And just for fun, I'm going to try something I have never done before. If you share this post on your Facebook page or other social media and leave a comment here letting me know, you'll have a chance in a drawing for a free spot in the camp of your choosing!