Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Summer Adult Courses & Workshops!

INTRODUCTION TO ACRYLIC
With Rachel Sullivan
Tuesdays: July 11-August 15
6pm-8pm
6 sessions
$70 Members/$75 Non-Members

This introductory course will guide participants through colour theory, uses of acrylic applications and creativity.  Through 6 sessions participants will be introduced to a variety of acrylic styles and concepts - perfect for a beginning painter.

*Material List to be provided upon registration





INTRODUCTION TO WATERCOLOUR
With Flora Hutterer
Thursdays:  July 20-August 31
6pm-8pm
6 Sessions
$70 Members/$75 Non-Members

Learn the fundamentals of playing and exploring with watercolors. Learn about the process of selecting the proper paints and brushes to get started and teaches how to blend colors to create a unique palette. The essential information provided in this class will help you learn how to apply watercolor to different surfaces and create basic shapes using fun, easy techniques.  

Material List to be provided upon registration






LEARN TRADITIONAL ABORIGINAL BEADWORK
SSSAP DEMO AND WORKSHOP
With Crystal Zettel
Sunday, July 9
1pm - 5pm
1 Session
$35 Members/$40 Non-Members

Participants will learn the sewing techniques needed to create a beautiful and functional coin purse using leather and velvet.

Additional fee of $7 for materials payable to the instructor at the beginning of class.





RELIEF PRINTMAKING: THE FOREST AND THE TREES: SSSAP WORKSHOP
With Liz Menard
Sunday, July 23
10am-4:30pm
1 Session
40 Members/$45 Non-Members

Relief printing involves carving into a block of linoleum or softoleum to create negative and positive space.  Carving removes the whites (negative space) around the image. We’ll start the workshop with a discussion of what imagery works best with this style of printmaking, what inks and papers work best and where to obtain supplies.  Students are encouraged to bring their own imagery for inspiration. Printing will be done on paper that is 5”x7” with a hand brayer, rice spoon or using a portable printing press.  Students will get the opportunity to experiment with different colours of ink on traditional Western and Japanese papers.  All materials are supplied. 

There is a $10 material fee payable to the instructor. 





*All gallery programs are subject to minimum and maximum registration. Payment is required
 7 days after the date of registration to ensure a spot. 
Classes are subject to change. 
Cancellations require 7 days notice to receive a full  refund. The gallery is not responsible for missed classes, and does not pro-rate classes without prior arrangements. 


TO REGISTER, PLEASE CONTACT THE GALLERY:


(905) 945-3246

gpag@grimsby.ca




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