This is a 5-day workshop. All classes run 9 – 4 pm each day with lunch included from 12 – 1 pm.
Explore the ethereal qualities of cold wax and oil paint and learn the possibilities of this medium.
Working from photographs, imagination, and intuition you will paint loose expressive landscapes. Utilizing paint brushes, catalyst wedges, and unorthodox tools to build up layers of texture and depth you will create emotive works of art.
You will gain a better understanding of the principles and elements of design, how to mix colours with ease, apply glazes, and use additional media to create cohesive compositions.
From basics and beyond come and learn the possibilities of this medium.
STUDENTS: Please bring along Galkyd Gel with your other student supplies.
This price includes: tuition, daily lunch, material fees (if required), any applicable taxes and is listed in Canadian Dollars.
Patt Scrivener was born in Nipawin, Saskatchewan, and grew up on a grain farm along with her four siblings.
She works in many mediums including acrylic, encaustic and cold wax with oil. Her work includes imagery of people, landscapes, and abstraction. The layering of a variety of media offers an assortment of possibilities within her work.
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