Just Horses, at the CNE Horse Palace is Back!

Starting

January 15, 2019

we are invited for 10 weeks of drawing horses & riders from life courtesy of Toronto Police Service's Mounted Unit.

Warning; the first week can be overwhelming, even for the experienced. The horses + riders do not do 20 minute sustained poses.

But, poses repeat and repeat as Toronto's Mounted Unit goes through its training paces while moving in all directions

Over repeated weeks with the same group of models you will learn to Look, See and Draw, horses from life.

Just Horses is limited to 8 participants.

NO cameras!

 Thank you Toronto Police Services Mounted Unit.

Thank you Toronto Police Services Mounted Unit.

Beginners to advanced, every level of experience is welcome.

Questions?

contact Nola at the Studio

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Just Horses is built on over 50 years of making pictures of horses and their people. Workshops making better pictures with all experience levels have led to this program.

First time participants will find your copy of "Making Better Pictures Book One: Just Horses". is full of practical lessons from a lifetime, drawing horses from life.

Just Horses is limited to 8 participants.

NO cameras!

Watercolour at Arts Etobicoke starts November 17

Saturday November 17 to Saturday December 15 Nola will be leading the Watercolour Class at Arts Etobicoke’s Storefront Studio

The five week program will explore various watercolour techniques and skills with the goal that you take control, making your pictures better.

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Photos are good research tools. This programwill encourage working beyond the Photo Copy Trap to explore your creativity with a wonderful, simple to use medium

 4893a Dundas St W, Etobicoke, ON M9A 1B2

4893a Dundas St W, Etobicoke, ON M9A 1B2

You Missed Crayon & Watercolour, together at McConaghy Oct 20, 2018

Lively vibrant works got even livelier.

Artists mixed it up with watercolour + coloured pencil at the McConaghy Centre in Richmond Hill October 20, 2018 in a full day workshop that explored how working together makes images even more lively, more vibrant. This one day workshop meant participantscreated and “rescued” personal images, using pencil crayon over and under other transparent watercolour glazes

Here's the link to the Richmond Hill Active Living Brochure www.richmondhill.ca/ActiveR

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Magda, Michelle, Irene, Isabel, Marie, Larry, Carol, other Michelle, Robyn & Gwen all proved that theses mediums enhance each other.

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