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Painting, drawing, sketching outdoors-Nature

Dominion Park-Meet at the Gazebo. Find a spot in the Park.

Georgetown, Dominion Park (look for the Old Seed House)

Georgetown, ON

In person Design Drawing Nature & outdoors Painting Visual arts

NATURE ART EVENT: This event is for all the artists and want-to-be artists, of any age, loving Nature. Every Wednesday from 4 pm to 5:15 pm we meet to paint/draw/sketch NATURE: flowers, trees, birds, water and everything we can see in the park (or in our imagination). Classes will start on Wednesday Sept 30 and run as long as the weather allows us to do. No class on heavy rain day. We hope to continue our Art Wednesdays in 2021. You will learn how to choose your subject (including roses), how to design your art piece and how to draw/paint/sketch. Basic paint/draw techniques and colour mixing and application will be provided. No previous experience is required, everyone is welcome to participate. No pre-registration is required, but during COVID we will restrict the event to the first 25 people. What do you need: -heavy grade paper or canvas (recycle if you can, use Wastewise to get your stuff) -set of paints (acrylic, watercolour, quash-your choice. Dollar Store/Walmart stuff is great for this class) or pencils (make sure to have hard and soft pencils, add a colour one or two) -black markers for stain glass effect (if you like it) -eraser, water for your paints, something to put the paints on, a piece of paper towel, something to keep your canvas/paper on (a book?) -a chair and an umbrella (just in case). Space under the roof is very limited. Bring a sweater. NOTE: No preregistration is required. Registration: at the Dominion Park gazebo before or at 4 pm. Mandatory a 2 m distance from each other during COVID is required, but there is a lot of room in the Park. Cost: The events are free to participate. Donations will be accepted in person or at evaomes@hotmail.com to purchase art sets for seniors.

Wed 07 Oct
4:00 PM – 5:15 PM
Wed 14 Oct
4:00 PM – 5:15 PM
Wed 21 Oct
4:00 PM – 5:15 PM

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This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Organized by

Eva Omes

Eva Omes lives in Georgetown. She is an architect, designer and a teacher with over 30 years experience in making the world beautiful. She was involved in design, renovation and creation of many iconic buildings and locations in the City of Toronto, in organizing many huge art events and participated in art shows, competitions, events, winning awards. Her art is now in galleries and private collections around the world. She was helping students of Ontario universities and colleges to learn the art of the architectural design and management. Eva is also highly involved with organizations helping others, charities and non profits. All donations from these programs will be used to purchase art kits for seniors, inviting them to participate in art programs or just helping them to create art at their own time.

Location

Georgetown, Dominion Park (look for the Old Seed House)

Georgetown, ON

A lot of parking. Fully accessible. Dogs are welcome. Turn left at the park and walk 50 m until you see wooden gazebo.

Event Contact

Eva Omes

evaomes@hotmail.com

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible.