Weekend Two (2-day): July 4-5, 2020. Classes run 9 am – 4 pm daily and students are welcome to stay late in their studio.
In this fun mixed-media workshop, students will be welcome to kick off their shoes and connect with the earth as we honour animals and their gifts through painting. Pre-cleaned, ethically sourced, locally farmed duck and sheep skulls will be provided for interpretation and decoration. There are no limits to the combination of patterns, colours and styles of skull painting. Students will learn Heidi’s signature technique, but are encouraged to express their animal’s story in their unique way. Topics covered include bone prep, painting methods, suitable materials, sealing and safe mounting. American students will be provided with letters of declaration for crossing the border.
PLEASE NOTE: Material fee includes two cleaned an prepped skulls.
Heidi Chartrand is a self taught mixed media artist living in Metchosin, BC. Having worked with horses for most of her life, she finds inspiration from animals and nature. In 2016, Heidi started painting on bones, later learning to clean skulls, literally facing her fear of death. Canvases were often donated by farmer friends. She loves getting damaged skulls, that are less valuable to others, but allow for the most artistic interpretation.Click here to read more about HEIDI CHARTRAND
Course Registration will open for Friends of MISSA on January 21st at 12:00pm (PST), and Registration will open for all on January 28th at 12:00pm (PST)