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·Primed* Cradled Wood Panel | Size 11x14"
*Prime with 2 coats of Gesso
or Purchase pre-gessoed in store
Cradled Panel Preferred - Stretched Canvas & Canvas Board allowed
· vine or willow charcoal for preliminary sketching
· Disposible Paper Palette 9x12”
Acrylic or Oil Paint - Artist quality preferred
- small and medium round
-1/2 to 3/4 in. flat or angle
PAINTING NATURE WORKSHOPS
Suitable for Acrylic Painters. Beginners or Intermediates.
Paint alongside accomplished Wildlife and Nature painter Peter Potapoff as he teaches you tricks of the trade of Landscape Painting. This Series of 1 Day Workshops will run through the process of realistically depicting elements that painters often find challenging: Grasses, Trees, Snow, Water, Rocks.
Using the instructor's photo reference students will be collectively guided through the same 11x14" study of the topic at hand. Learn to convincingly paint grasses and trees without painting every blade or leaf. Learn how to create dimension while painting snow or rocks. Learn how to recreate transparency and movement of water in your paintings.
Leave each workshop with one 11x14" painted study and the confidence to take on more challenging landscape scenery in your own artwork.
Enrollement Min 3/Max 7
PAINTING & REALISM
EVERY THURSDAY | 6:30 - 9PM
INSTRUCTOR BIO | PETER POTAPOFF
Peter Potapoff is a professional artist living in Calgary, Alberta. He has been painting for over 50 years and is passionate about sharing his skills and knowledge through teaching. Born and raised in southeastern British Columbia, Peter has immersed himself in the outdoors all his life. He lived and worked in Northwest Territories for 12 years, experiencing the immensity of the tundra its array of animals such as caribou and muskox.
He is nationally and international recognized for his Canadian wildlife paintings and has won numerous competitions and awards including Ducks Unlimited Artist of the Year and BC Wildlife Federation Artist of the Year Awards.