In this watercolour workshop you will have the opportunity to work with local accomplished watercolorist, Clive Powsey.
This workshop will explore glazing with transparent colour. Depending on how quick you are, you will paint one or several watercolours over the course of the day. You will explore a face as subject matter, which will be painted in a monochrome grisaille, paying careful attention to the effect of light and shade describing form. Subsequently local colour will be glazed onto the dry painting bringing together the full effect of light and shade, local colour, and texture. The dramatic use of light describing form on a human face and imparting psychological depth was used extensively in the European oil painting tradition.
As a result of these experiments you will learn about rendering form in paint and will be particularly aware of some of watercolours unique strengths. You will be able to repeat the concepts behind these painting exercises at home using similar subject matter.
Saturday 1:00 – 5:00pm (1 class)
All supplies are included. That means you just show up!
Who is this class for:
Focus: Skill Development
Adults only please. This Level 2 class is designed for those who have been introduced to the medium and tools and seeking continued learning and practicing. Skill development will be the focus. These classes are ideal to be taken repeatedly for continued practice.
If you have never painted in watercolour before, please take the Very Beginner Workshop prior to this class to learn the basic skills of watercolour painting.See all upcoming painting classes here: https://lupineart.com/painting.
What to bring:
We have some aprons, but wear clothes that can withstand the elements (i.e. glue, paint, etc.) of a fun, creative art studio. Nothing else is required. Bring your own preferred paints, paper and brushes if you like, but is not required.
Other things you should know:
Please arrive no more than 5 minutes before scheduled start time.
Clive Powsey graduated from The Ontario College of Art in 1980. He has been exhibiting regularly since in public and commercial galleries. He also worked for 30 years as a layout artist, background artist and art director in animated film, advertising and television for companies including Nelvana and Disney. In 1991 he participated in Open Waters, a group show of the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour, The Royal Watercolour Society, and The American Watercolour Society that travelled to Toronto, New York, and London. He is a painter, award winning watercolourist, delineator, traditional printmaker and psychotopographer of form. He has taught drawing and painting at The Ontario College of Art and Max the Mutt Animation School in Toronto and currently teaches courses in drawing and introductory design in North Island College’s Metal Jewellery Design Program in Campbell River.
- February 2, 2019
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm