Create a Float Card: Wendie DonabieBracebridge, Ontario
Arts visuels — Activité d’expérimentation
Visual Artist, Wendie Donabie will guide you step by step to create a beautiful watercolour card you can give to a loved one or frame and hang on your wall. No experience needed! This will be a fun introduction to watercolour painting!
You'll find Wendie working at Heron's Nest Studio Gallery in Bracebridge where you can view her paintings and the work of stained glass artist, Maureen Haines, Artisan Furniture builder, Conel O'Regan and painter, Micheal Zaworsky in the intimate 2-room gallery space.
Cette activité est présentée en anglais.
Cet évènement n’est pas accessible aux fauteuils roulants.
Mots clés: Jeunes/Ados, Peinture, Enfants, Pour toute la famille, Tous les âges
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En cas de pluie :
outside, if rains inside
95 Muskoka Road
Heron's Nest Studio
From Huntsville, take Taylor Road exit off Hwy 11. Continue to Manitoba Street, turn left to Entrance Drive/Ontario Street stop and turn left. Continue on to Church Street flashing light. Turn left and immediately left again on to Muskoka Road. #95 is the third house on the right. From Gravenhurst, take the Cedar Lane exit and continue 2.5 km to Muskoka Road (just before the OPP Station). Turn left and continue on to #95. From Port Carling, take Hwy 118 into Bracebridge, turn right onto Manitoba Street. Continue on Manitoba Street 1 km. Turn left to Entrance Drive/Ontario Street stop and turn left. Continue on to Church Street flashing light. Turn left and immediately left again on to Muskoka Road. #95 is the third house on the right.
Wendie Donabie draws you into her paintings to experience the stories she creates. She paints to increase awareness of our interdependence on the fragile, natural world around us and to spread the message about the responsibility we share to care for Mother Earth. To that end, a portion of the sale of her paintings supports the rehabilitation work at Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary in Muskoka. Wendie is a member of the Arts at the Albion Cooperative Gallery, Gravenhurst.
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