Palette Knife with Oils Workshop
Led by Anne Reimer
Saturday, May 4 at RiverBrink Art Museum
Following a successful series of artist’s demonstrations over the fall and winter, RiverBrink is pleased to announce the second of its artist’s workshops. Under the tutelage of noted painter Anne Reimer, participants will create their own autumn landscape painting, using the techniques taught in the workshop.
Anne Reimer will conduct a mini-workshop in palette knife application of oil paint. In this “beginner” workshop, students will create their own fall landscape while learning the principles of colour and design. Anne invites you to learn the many ways you can use the palette knife, sometimes working with a full blade or with the tip to create the texture you desire. Although it would be beneficial to have some knowledge of oil paint, beginners to this medium are welcome to join the class.
Anne is known for her intuitive sense of colour, and her love and understanding of nature. Her inspirations come from the beauty of area scenes and travels, depicting barns, mills, and capturing still life from her garden. The Niagara Region offers her this wealth of resources.
Anne was born in Paraguay, South America, and immigrated to Canada in 1955 at the age of 16. Her art training from Art Instruction Schools Home Study Course has helped her gain much understanding of the fundamentals of art. Feeling a deep love for fine art, she has been inspired to perfect her technique in oil, watercolour, and mixed media.
|Date||Saturday, May 4.|
|Time:||10:30 am to 2:30 pm (half hour lunch break in between)Please bring a bagged lunch. Coffee and tea will be provided.|
|Cost:||$45.00 ($25 fees and $20 for materials: includes stretched canvas, 11” x 14”; oil paint and palette knife).|
|Class size:||10 students|
To register please contact RiverBrink by phone 905-262-4510 or by email to manager@riverbrink.
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