Winter Scene Workshop WITH SALLY TOWERS-SYBBLIS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
$90 + Supply List
Class Limit: 15 Students
BEGINNERS! THIS IS FOR YOU!
Learn how to paint a watercolour winter birch tree landscape using masking tape as a resist.
First, we will learn how to paint elements of the land in several small 2.5 x 3.5” size pieces. Then we will bring together and tackle all the learned elements in our larger final painting.
This class is a great introduction to watercolor painting if you have not painted before.
About the Instructor: Sally Towers-Sybblis is a full-time artist and calligrapher from Red Deer, Alberta. In her classes, students are challenged to find their own inner artist by unleashing their innate capacity to create.
Her teaching style is one that inspires and evokes joy through the process of creating. Her journey to become an artist began at Grant MacEwan University where she studied Fibre Arts and Visual Communications.
Sally has taught extensively throughout Alberta, including venues such as the Red Deer College Summer Series, and the north and south teachers’ conferences. Her work has been featured in several magazines including The Lettering Arts Review.
To see more of Sally’s work, check out her website and Instagram:
- Watercolour paints: Payne’s Grey, Burnt Sienna, Sap Green, Phthalo Blue, Ultra Blue, Quinacridone Gold, Cadmium Red, Quinacridone Violet, White
- Watercolor paper: Arches 140lb cold pressed – 8 x 10” (1 piece) and 3.5 x 2.5” (6 pieces)
- Watercolour brushes: flat 1”, round #4 & #8
- A piece of a cut up credit card (approx 1 x 1” in size)
- Painter’s tape
- ½ teaspoon of table salt
- Mounting board – 9 x 12” Masonite panel would work well
- Watercolor palette, water container, rag
- Apron, suitable art clothes, hand towel or tea towel, notebook, lunch, drink, and your own PPE (gloves, mask, hand sanitizer)
You will receive a 20% discount on all art supplies from your registration until the end of the class!
Artelier is located at 10045 81 Avenue NW (back alley entrance). The workshop space is one block south of The Paint Spot.