Item #13: Friends and Fun Watercolour Workshop

Item #13: Friends and Fun Watercolour Workshop

A maximum of six students will fill the tables comfortably in my Studio, learning to paint in Watercolour with all materials provided. The materials include the prepared line drawing on 100% cotton rag paper, artist grade paints and brushes, water cups, paper towelling and matte board for mounting the finished work.

We’ll break mid-afternoon for snacks and tea/coffee.

We’ll be painting from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. This Class can be scheduled for September or October. If Students already own Artist grade watercolour paints and brushes, they are welcome to bring them. However, I will be making up palettes for everyone.

Each of the Class members will take home a 7.5″ x 11″ painting mounted on black matte board, ready for framing!

About Charlene McGill

Charlene’s approach to her art is through the eyes of a colourist! Her representational work is inspired by the impact of light and colour on the everyday objects that fill our lives.

An award winning artist, her work has been accepted in a variety of juried exhibitions, including Eye for Art, Desmond Exhibition, Georgina World of Art, Ridgetown Art In the Park, Creative Catalyst Portrait Exhibition, CCP Design for Summer, CCP Fall Art Show, Chatham-Kent’s Tastefest, Paint Ontario and On The Edge.

Her recent work is held internationally in private collections in the United States, Canada, Australia, Belgium, France and England. Many of her paintings can be viewed at www.charmingart.org.

Her unique approach to finishing her watercolours was featured in two separate articles in The New Zealand Artist Magazine (2014). An excerpt of one of her Lesson Plans was published in the book “Hello Startup” in 2015.

To find out more about the donor, visit the website.

Quick Details

Minimum Bid Increment: $10.00 / Donor: CharMing Art / Tour Leader, Demonstrator, Etc.: Charlene McGill / Maximum Number Of People: Six / Length Of Time: Three hours / Restrictions On Use: None / Special Instructions: Composition details will be provided when the Class is scheduled / Days And Times Item May Be Used: 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. in September or October. Arrangements will be made when item is won / Latest Date The Donation Can Be Used: October 26, 2019

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  1. Thanks all. Online bidding is finished. In-person bidding is from 8 to 9 p.m. tonight at Thames Art Gallery.