Artemis is offering three creative & inspiring Summer sessions with textile artist Daniella Amit. In these on-going workshops, participants will create unique fabrics utilizing basic design components (composition, colour, detailing) while learning and applying diverse fibre-art techniques.
Projects to consider: Wall Hangings Personal Accessories Soft Furnishings
Cost per Session (4 classes): $175 + $21 HST = $196
Session 1: Tuesdays ~ June 5, 12, 19, 26 Session 2: Tuesdays ~ July 3, 10, 17, 24 Session 3: Tuesdays ~ July 31, Aug 7, 14, 21 All classes are from 7pm – 10pm
Can’t make a class? We’re Flexible! Apply the portion of your payment to a class in another session…..
For registration, materials list and more information, contact Daniella at 604-551-3842 or E-mail email@example.com To learn more about Daniella’s work visit the following sites: http://www.lapennadesign.ca and http://www.inresidencedesign.com
“A Map of the Heavens” by Martha Jablonski-Jones
Our “Art Salon” event last month was so successful, we’re offering another one to celebrate “New Altars for Old Gods”, the current exhibition of paintings by Martha Jablonski- Jones.
Join us for an evening of live music, and life drawing, or simply to enjoy Martha’s wonder-filled work.
We’re honoured to have guest musician Peter Jack Rainbird of Courtenay, B.C. performing between 8 and 9:30pm. Three sketching sessions are scheduled, with poses and movement provided by Yoga instructor Adrienne Wills. (During the breaks, ask Adrienne about the Yoga classes she’ll be offering this Fall at Artemis!)
Tokens for drawing boards & materials can be purchased upon arrival for $5.00 per session.
We’re delighted that Martha Jablonski-Jones will be attending the Art Mixer to discuss her work and offer her expertise to participants throughout the evening. Her vibrant acrylic paintings in “New Altars for Old Gods” offer an exhilarated investigation into the lingering presence of the sacred in our secularized world. The exhibition continues at Artemis until May 27th, Tuesday through Sunday, 12 to 5pm.
Thursday May 24th, 2012 ~ 10am to 2pm
Talented artist and respected teacher, Kristin Krimmel, will make you comfortable taking those beginner steps in outdoor drawing. Intermediate artists will find ideas to help improve their existing skills
In one 4-hour sessions of instruction, she will guide you to record essential information through pen and ink sketching outdoors. From this you’ll create a larger contemporary drawing in the studio by translating your sketches into a finished drawing using charcoal and chalk pastels.
Learn more about Kristin and her work at: www.kristinkrimmel.com
Course: $67.20 ($ 60.00+ HST)
Materials: $24.00 ~ for supplies you’ll take home to keep (Arches Travel Pad, Pilot Hi-Tech Pen, Strathmore 3 X 5 Sketchbook) All other materials are included.
Participants are encouraged to bring a digital camera.
Pack your own lunch to take outdoors.
Tea & baked goods from Cove Fine Foods provided in the studio.
Please reply with your full name & phone number to: firstname.lastname@example.org