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Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Cuba winter escape workshop deadline


Heads up! 
I was just informed that the low pricing that we negotiated for the Cuba winter escape workshop are running out at the end of the month. That means that we have to secure 12 participants before then or drop the trip this year. The trip is slated for January 19-26, but these bookings are set only for a limited time and we are running out of that. Pricing is $1,970 Double occupancy. This includes EVERYTHING. Plane travel, resorts, meals, drinks, workshop and 2 day trips to Havana. The base cost jumps $400 after October 1st.



It would be a shame to miss this wonderful opportunity to spend time painting on the beach and in the old city of Havana. Especially with the forecast in Canada calling for a colder than usual winter. Our resort is one of the best and with the two day trips to Havana to discoverer the city and paint on location is an absolute must. 

So if you have been thinking about this trip or on the fence thinking "I have time to think about this" here is a note to let you know we need your answer this month, this week is even better!

All the details on the trip are hereCall Tanja today (Tel (416) 640.0433 ext 23 or 866.468.4741)  if you are interested or if you have any questions, but please do not delay any longer.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

School is back, Join us on Patreon September 1

September is the perfect time to work on your skills. Join us with our weekly online video watercolor classes. No matter if you are a beginner or an advanced artist, there is something for you in the weekly video classes. Join us September 1. https://www.patreon.com/posts/introduction-and-15979885


Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Take5HardSoftEdges





I am going to start adding 5 minute lessons focusing on watercolor, drawing and painting principles. These will be targeted to our members who are starting out, but will also be helpful and refreshers and reminders to everyone.



Here is the first one. Hard and Soft edges.



Lines that delineate edges can either be soft or hard edges. Soft edges allow for the object or mass to loosely merge with the other mass next to it while a hard line or edge clearly shows a separation of objects or masses.

Saturday, June 16, 2018

DIY Watercolor French Easel











Change a french easel to a watercolor easel similar to Joseph Zbukvic's field easel. This is a very easy DIY you can do it with minimal tools and mostly the hardware that comes with the french easel.

Let me know what you think.