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Mixed Media Workshop

Instructor: MIRANDA JONES
June 2nd and June 9th (Saturdays)
1:00-5:00 pm (2 classes)
$210.00 plus tax

Suitable for all levels this workshop is intended to get you out of your head and into creative mode as we work on a grid of wooden panels, adding, subtracting, incising and embelleshing to create texture and enhance your composition. The Grid becomes a mini jigsaw puzzle to help free you from outcome and concentrate on playful process as we explore the elements of composition, colour, tone, texture and line.

Some of the materials you can expect to use include a variety of grounds, (paper, wood, gesso etc), fluid acrylics, gold leaf, graphite, crayons and collage materials as well as a variety of texturing tools. Come and play!

Miranda moved to Saskatchewan in her mid 20’s from Australia and completed her MFA at the U of S. Although Miranda has embraced prairie life with a vengeance, her early years growing up in the Australian countryside have shaped her love of nature and the outdoors. Her paintings and sculptures are a celebration of colour and form. She has held numerous solo exhibitions including the Mendel Art Gallery, Nouveau Gallery (formerly Susan Whitney Gallery in Regina), Darrell Bell Gallery, Saskatoon and Parker Gallery in New Zealand and her work is represented in major collections both in Saskatchewan and internationally. In Saskatoon Miranda exhibits regularly as a member at the Studio on 20th artist collective, located at 236A 20th st West.

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High Flow Acrylics and Inks

Instructor: ROGER TROTTIER
March 3rd – March 24th (Saturdays)
10:00-1:00pm (4 classes)
$180.00 plus tax
SOLD OUT

This class will explore working with high flow acrylics and inks. Students will focus on creating large thematic artworks. Instruction will focus on the wide range of techniques that high flow mediums can be used for. Students will be presented with exploratory exercises that suggest challenges for them to investigate. These may include landscape, abstract, poster art, and portraits.  

Roger is a practicing artist and arts educator. He has worked in many different capacities as an instructor and media producer related to the visual arts, media production, and in personal artwork as a landscape painter and illustrator.  Over the years he has taught art, arts education and media studies at colleges, and universities in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Arctic Alaska (Villages along the Arctic coast of Alaska,). Presently he teaches courses for the University of Saskatchewan’s Community Arts Program.
Roger is also a founding member of Men Who Paint.

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Painting Basics
Instructor: JEAN DUDLEY
March 20th – May 8th (Tuesday)
6:30-9:00 pm (8 classes)
$300.00 plus tax
SOLD OUT

The elements of art: line, shape, form, space, texture, value and colour will be explored using a reduced palette.  We will focus on a particular element each night while painting a still life.  Brushes, mediums, surfaces and composition will be discussed. The focus of the class is to become comfortable using paint and brushes. The needs of each student will help form the direction of the course. Acrylic paint will be the medium used for teaching purposes. If you prefer to use another type of paint, please consult the instructor prior to class start.

As an adult Jean Dudley has always drawn and painted and been involved with various art forms, one leading to another and another. In the last 10 years she has found the wonders of oil paint, and has strayed very little from that path. She prefers to paint outside, in nature, and the loss of Kenderdine Campus still haunts her to this day.

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Abstract Painting
Instructor: KIM ENNIS
March 22nd – May 10th (Thursday)
6:30-9:00 pm (8 classes)
$300.00 plus tax
SOLD OUT

“There is no such thing as a good painting about nothing.”

This saying has been attributed to a number of artists, Mark Rothko among them. How does a painter get past the stages of aimless play and ‘interesting’ designs? In this hands-on studio class we will explore methods for giving a direction to our play and a compelling reason for our designs, including techniques for sustaining a prolonged research project and ideas for assessing progress. Serious painting, whether abstract or not, is a deep personal exploration and a quest for what matters.

AnneKim Ennis was born in Saskatoon in 1956. Drawing and painting independently until 1980 he then became a protégé of the late W.H. Epp and worked mainly in bronze, stone and wood for the next two decades. In 2009 he completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Painting) with Great Distinction at the University of Saskatchewan. He completed a Special Case Master of Arts in Art History in 2012, with his thesis on spiritual aspects of Saskatchewan painting. He is currently the owner of Vanishing Point Picture Framing, teaching painting in the University of Saskatchewan Community Arts program, and painting in his home studio. 

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Open Studio Painting
Instructor: DEGEN LINDNER
March 26th – May 14th (Monday)
7:00-9:30 pm (8 classes)
$300.00 plus tax
SOLD OUT

This class is designed for people with some painting experience. There will be a still-life set up for those who are interested, but class members may also work from their own imagination, or their own photographs. There will be discussions about colour theory and all the principles of art and design as the class progresses. Degen offers encouragement and practical information, and makes suggestions about the paintings being created.

Degen Lindner is a practicing artist and teacher. Her works range from drawing and painting the figure to landscapes and abstracts. She has had her work commissioned and has participated in numerous individual and group shows. Degen has a Masters of Fine Arts and a Bachelor of Education. She also teaches through the Continuing and Distance Education Program at the University of Saskatchewan, has been an instructor for the Mendel Art Gallery in Saskatoon, and has taught for the Community Arts Program and the Emma Lake Workshops for many years. Degen has also had a lengthy association with the Emma Lake Artists’ Workshops.

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The Art of Framing Art I & II
Instructor: HEATHER CLINE, CARFAC
Saturday April 14th 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
FREE to CARFAC members
SOLD OUT

This workshop will start with a brief historical tour of framing styles and methods, with a spotlight on some contemporary framing strategies. We will then get down to some practical considerations, including: framing aesthetics, archival concerns, weighing economy and expertise, and finally some simple how-to. The session will include a demonstration of simple methods for framing small scale works on paper, panel, and canvas. Participants will have lots of opportunity to ask questions regarding their own framing dilemmas. This full day workshop will include a one-hour lunch break, so bring your meal or visit a local restaurant.

 


 

 
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