with Sharron MacBride

Thursday, January 12, 2017
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

IMPORTANT: We will be meeting in the Jack Bryan Room in the same building as our studio.  Please come in the back door off the parking lot at the far right.  It is the room right below our studio.   

Class Info: 

A look at the life and art of Wassily Wassilyevich Kandinsky....a Russian painter and art theorist who is often credited with painting the first recognized purely abstract work of art.  We will explore a little about his life and a lot about his fascinating journey as an artist.  Colour and form were his strengths.  To try our own Kandinsky inspired art the soft mediums work well. Supplies to bring:

  • Pencil or charcoal, pastels, oil pastels, coloured pencils, and for the brave, ink and gouache or even watercolours.
  • Paper to match your chosen medium.....at least 8 1/2 x 11 Pencil, eraser, rulers, protractors/triangles, compass and/or old cd's to draw in lines and curves or whatever mark making tools interest you.
  • Any extra tools you normally use in the working of the medium you choose and any pictures that inspire you that could be converted to an abstract piece of awesome art

Due to allergies we request that attendees do not wear perfume or cologne to the workshop. Thanks for helping keep this a safe place to play for all.

Non-member drop-in fee is $10.

Please RVSP Sharron MacBride at macbride.sharron@gmail.com OR use the below form if you are planning to attend so we can configure the room accordingly.

    RSVP

 


Comments

02/06/2017 5:42pm

Art is an eternal element or thing in the world. Ever since I was a kid, I've been very vocal with what I want to pursue. I've always wanted to be a painter. I joined workshops so that I could better myself and my skills. Any empty canvass could be a start of an art. You are your own paint brush and your life could be the empty canvass. You put life and color into it. Just live and enjoy your passion and nothing could go wrong. Thank you very much for sharing this post!


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