Get introduced to the basics of painting and start working on your masterpiece! Students will learn how to choose their subject, prepare their canvas, apply paint using a variety of techniques and troubleshoot problems that may crop up. Take home a completed painting and the knowledge to develop your skills further on your own. If you’ve always wanted to try painting but haven’t known how, where or with what to begin, this is for you! Know a little but want to build your confidence? This is also for you.
Here is what past participants have said about Michelle Wiebe's workshops:
'' Michelle was a great presenter! She is practical, funny, creative, EXPERIENCED and sincere! "
(Plein Air workshop participant)
" I loved how Michelle structured the workshop to permit us to go through all the steps with lots of time with each. I feel really comfortable in doing this again based on what I have learned."
(Linocut workshop participant)
AUDIENCE Adults and Teens at a beginner or intermediate skill level in painting
SUPPLIES All required supplies are included in this workshop! Please bring a sketchbook and pencil if you wish to take notes, and your reading glasses if you need them for fine work. Please bring a lunch, water bottle, and a personal snack for the day.
Registration cost: $85.
Ticket sale ends on Thursday, May 7th, 2020 at 5 PM.
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.
Michelle Wiebe is a Cochrane, Alberta-based artist focused primarily on painting, printmaking, and letterpress. Regularly found on sketching trips in the Calgary area, her drawing adventures have taken her as far away as Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean, and Africa. Michelle is a passionate instructor with a deep love for teaching, she makes it her goal that students leave her class with quality work and the confidence to continue building their new skills
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