If you are an experienced watercolour artist and feel like you have plateaued, this workshop series will push you out of your comfort zone and shake things up. In the process, you will paint inspired paintings that thrill and excite.
Each of these four workshop sessions builds on the one before it and stretches your comfort zone a bit further. We will be doing a lot of exercises, sketches and full paintings.
To make sure that you get the one-on-one attention that you need, these workshops will be limited to eight participants.
Your confidence will grow. Your colours will dance and your paintings will burst with light and expression.
Online & In-Person Program
Dates: Friday Mornings - October 2 to November 6, 2020
Time: 10:00am - 12:30pm
Price: $165 for non-members, $150 with a membership
Materials: Additional Purchase Required - Download the Materials List
Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Special Note: This workshop is offered both online and in-person. Please select your preference at checkout. Students attending online will need access to a computer, laptop, smartphone or tablet and have downloaded the Zoom app before class begins.
What Students will Learn
Sessions will allow the student to:
- Apply the fundamentals of design and composition
- Learn new watercolour techniques
- Experiment with colours
- Come out of your comfort zone, shake things up and in the process paint inspired paintings that will thrill and excite
About the Instructor
A classically trained artist, Zan is the recipient of several awards for plein air painting in Ontario. He is the founder and past president of Ontario Plein Air Society, a group of Ontario painters dedicated to painting the Canadian landscape from life.
I paint because I fall in love with a moment. Sometimes I capture it successfully, and other times, too many times, I fail. I am proud to say that my artwork has seeped into private collections from Australia through Europe to North America. I cherish all my collectors and value their choice to own my artwork. In a way, a work of art is not whole.