Friday October 15th at 5pm to Sunday October 17th at 4pm
APPLICATION DETAILS| HERE |
POSTER| HERE |
This weekend workshop focuses on the ability to capture the natural world in art form. It is open to all levels of artist ability. Enjoy the transition into fall by spending it outdoors amidst the colours. Come join us for the weekend to:
*learn to simply interpret the natural world
*increase observation skills
*drawing and painting techniques
*tips on perspective,composition and colour choices
*ongoing support and feedback
*open to all levels
Maximum: 16 adults
Marta Scythes is a medical illustrator, fine artist and educator. Her work has been published by Harrowsmith Magazine and Harper Collins (New York). McClelland and Stewart published her illustrations in their best-selling UP NORTH nature series as well as in The Canadian Encyclopedia. She is featured in Canadian Geographic's Trans Canada Trail Guides and The Canadian Medical Association Magazine: Canadian Health. Marta holds a Master’s of Science in Biomedical Communications from The University of Toronto and has created scientific animations for the Hospital for Sick Children and Queen's University. She currently teaches at Fleming and St. Lawrence Colleges and The PEI School of Art. Website | here |
The workshop will be held at Queen’s University Biological Station, located near Chaffey’s Lock, about 50 km north of Kingston, Ontario. Driving directions can be found | here |.
The fee for the workshop is $195. This covers accommodation for 2 nights, 5 meals and workshop fees. Bring your own art supplies! See the list below for more details.
THINGS TO BRING
- bedding for a single bed or a sleeping bag
- towel and facecloth and personal toiletries
- art supplies - click here - for a complete list of suggested supplies
- sturdy footwear for walking
- clothing for all weather types
Suggested Material List
All prices listed are estimates (total = $40.00 approx).