Immerse yourself in the creative process, let go of inhibitions and allowing your creation to take shape by responding to the present moment! Each painting is a journey within and will be unique, just like you. Experiment with a variety of inks and other mediums to move colour on stone paper, canvas, wood and glass - giving unusual results. We will mix in other media such as acrylic paint, gesso, layering, collage and others. Come express yourself through this abstract approach... it's so much fun! No experience necessary, just an open heart and mind.
Here is what past participants have said about Barb Fedun`s ink workshop at the Leighton Art Centre:
"This workshop was so much fun, there was no right way! Barb was an encouraging, relazed and knowledgeable teacher."
"I loved being able to work with the other participants and see their work. What a source of inspiration!"
Audience: This workshop is open to adults, teens, and curious youth (an adult must accompany youth between the ages of 6 and 12). All levels of experience - including no experience at all - are welcome!
Supplies: All supplies are included in the workshop. Optionally, if you already own and would like to bring your own paints (i.e. acrylic or spray paints) and inks (i.e. alcohol or acrylic inks), please feel free to do so. Workshops are a great way to get to know your materials!
Registration cost: $95
Registration closes on Thursday April 26th and October 11th 2018 at 9 PM, respectively.
Did you know that Members of the Leighton Art Centre, get 10% off the registration cost of all workshops and kids’ summer camps? Visit our website to find out more about our memberships.
For our Cancellation and Refund Policy, please visit the Workshop page on our website.
Growing up in the west coast rain forest shaped my appreciation for nature's beauty. Living and working in the Rocky Mountain foothills inspire 'dreamy landscapes' using acrylic inks, vibrant abstracts with alcohol inks and collage using handmade and natural materials, all informed by nature. My job as an artist is to be in the moment and pay attention to images that tell me they need to unfold. Music and spontaneous dancing in the studio help release emotion onto my canvas creating an expressive image.