The variety of shapes and sizes of owls make them a joy to sketch, draw and paint. Learn how to mix natural looking colours, understand the basic anatomy of an owl, and paint owls in light and dark settings using acrylic paints.
I will be conducting this Creative Canvas Class at the Fort Langley Centennial Museum, 9135 King St, Fort Langley on Sunday, February 25th between 10am – 12:30pm.
Our subject of the day is …
Look Owls! – Learning to Discern.
Inspirations come from a background of knowledge and creativity. This class is all about staying true to our projects without getting pulled away by distraction (be it internal or external). During our Creative Conversation portion of the class, we will engage in a fun exercise that will help us find the best combination of ideas that will bring our projects together. As we build our creative capacity, we will connect and share in our creative expressions through representational painting.
The Creative Canvas SeriesTM is an exploration in creative conversations and painting, designed to explore the various ways that we can break through our creator fears and to create something fun and interesting. These sessions are for anyone who wants to develop their capacity for creative expression, and open up to new creative inspirations that will have you take on a bigger game in your artistic creations.
So come explore your greatest power – to create!
You can sign up at https://recexpress.tol.ca/Activities/ActivitiesAdvSearch.asp and search on Owls in the keyword section to find this class.
Or call the Township of Langley 604-533-6090 to register as there are only 12 seats that will fill up quickly.
Cost is only $35/pp to signup. All supplies are included.