Combine the ease of a fine point marker with loose flowing watercolour washes to create quick and exciting sketches of your favourite landscapes. This combination of mediums is the perfect way to begin a visual journal. No previous painting experience is required. Sharon has taught this quick sketching method to hundreds of artists and non-artists alike with great success. Audience: This workshop is suitable for Adults and Teenagers. Supplies to Bring: Supply List is available on our website: http://www2.leightoncentre.org/content/file/Williams_Workshop_SUPPLY_LIS... The Leighton Centre is on 80 acres with incredible landscape and views but please bring photo references in case of rainy weather (8 to 12 landscape photos - please do not bring magazine or calendar photos. The photos should be of places you love and have preferably taken yourself! Please don’t forget to bring a lunch, water bottle and snack. Registration cost: $120 plus GST & Eventbrite Fees* * or register by phone: 403-931-3633, Tues-Sat, 10 am – 4 pm to avoid Eventbrite fees Registration closes on June 13, 2019 at 9PM Did you know that Members of the Leighton Art Centre get 10% off the registration cost of all workshops and kids’ summer camps? Please visit www.leightoncentre.org/support/members for more information. For our Cancellation and Refund Policy, please visit www.leightoncentre.org/programs-events/adult-programs. Artist/Instructor/Guide Sharon Lynn Williams has been happily exploring mixed water media for over 35 years, and her mantra is “What would happen if…” The excitement of working from chaos to order is invigorating and creates a dialogue between the work and the artist. Sharon enjoys working with bold colour, line and texture. Her work is informed by the landscapes that she paints en plein air in oil, her passion for gardening and love of the human figure. Sharon's interpretations of the beauty around her, as well as her vivid imagination make for an eclectic and varied body of work. Visit her website at http://www.sharonlynnwilliams.com/.
The Town has started the process of re-opening facilities after the provincial government announced Stage 2 of the relaunch. The Municipal Centre is now open to the public with restrictions and safety protocols in place to maintain the health, safety & well-being of our patrons and staff. Learn more about the Town’s response to ... Read More