Paint a Beautiful Flower or Two
We will make a masterpiece painting using basic tools and supplies. You will be asked to join a class and paint with us, following artist Eva Omes' instructions. Grab a flower from your garden or create from your imagination. Cost of materials is under $10. You will need: - Computer with internet connection (When you join the call, please mute your mic!) - Pencil, eraser, black markers, 3-4 soft brushes, water bowl, acrylic paints (dollar store paints are fine) - Canvas or paper (visit Wastewise to get used frame or reuse a canvas). See attached picture of nasturtium flowers and the paintings created looking at the flowers, leaves, stems... You can do it! It will take you about an hour of some very serious "creation fun". There will be 4 classes on 4 Saturdays, using different pictures as a template. You can use 1 of them or do your own flower. This is NOT a "Copy Existing Art Piece" or "Paint by Numbers" class, you will learn to create your own art piece. Sorry, no roses for this class (but you can paint/draw them when you join us in one of our "in person" events, which take place every Wednesday at 4 pm in Dominion Park in Georgetown- until it will get too cold to do it). Open to everyone, any age and skill level. The classes are free, but donations can be made at email@example.com to be used to purchase art kits for seniors. All proceeds will be donated. Zoom Meeting ID: 897 4678 8667
This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
Artist and teacher, architect and designer who participated in design of iconic architectural structures in Europe, and in Canada (working for 25+ yrs for City of Toronto Design and Engineering). Art pieces in many galleries, and in private collections around the World. Now enjoying time creating fun art and teaching everyone who wants to use their creating potential. Vivid volunteer working for multiple charities.
Georgetown, Halton Hills, Acton, Milton, Oakville, ON
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Offered in class and via video cam