Friday, March 04, 2016

March Break at the Grimsby Public Art Gallery!

What are you doing this March Break?

Why not explore your creative side!  Our art camp has Painting, Drawing, Clay and much much more!  Join us for a regular half day, or spend the week and save!






MARCH 14– 18, 2016 

Single Class: 
members $18/ non-members $22 

Clay Day*: 
Members $22/ Non-Members $24 

Whole Week: 
members $80/ non-members $96 


MINI MAKER MORNINGS 

For ages 5 – 8 years 
9:30am – 12:00 pm 

Children will learn important skills and work with a variety of materials while exploring a new theme each day! Exciting projects will challenge and entertain students. 

AVID ARTIST AFTERNOONS 

For ages 8 –12 years 
1:30pm – 4:00 pm 

Students will learn techniques such as drawing, painting, sculpture and mixed media, while being taught about art and artists. Each day will cover new ideas, artists and skills. 

Monday: Painting 
Tuesday: Printmaking 
Wednesday: Clay* 
Thursday: Collage & Book Arts 
Friday: Found Object Sculpture


ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR


Julie Wurtele has studied Fine Art in England, UK and Dundas Valley School of Art, Ontario.  She regularly exhibits her work in galleries an juried shows across Ontario.   She is a member of the Burlington Fine Arts Association and an art teacher for the Oakville Art Society, the Grimsby Public Art Gallery as well as an independent instructor for 
private clients.  Classes include drawing, painting, abstraction, colour theory, collage, wood engraving, clay crafts, card making, jewellery and floral arranging.

She has developed a unique teaching method using shapes and symbols children and adults can relate to, breaking the project down step by step and encouraging the development of individual styles.  She believes anyone can learn to be a great artist.  She teaches art and crafts from kindergarten to seniors in various locations across the GTA, runs children’s birthday art parties, ladies paint nights and offers private art therapy to children and adults. 

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