Abstracting the Landscape: Masterclass with Susan Woolgar

Abstracting the Landscape: Masterclass with Susan Woolgar

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Eastview Community Centre

615 6th Avenue

Regina, SK S4N 0A9

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Guided by Susan Woolgar, Abstracting the Landscape will challenge masterclass participants to change how they perceive the world around them

About this event

The Art Gallery of Regina is thrilled to announce the return of our in-person Masterclass Workshops. Susan Woolgar, an accomplished artist and teacher, will lead this fall's masterclass: Abstracting the Landscape. She will challenge masterclass participants to change how they perceive the world around them. Exercises in colour theory, expressive mark-making, and design will awaken inspiration and enable artists to interpret the landscape personally and dynamically. Daily demonstrations, studio painting and drawing, concept and technique discussions and one-on-one support are central to this workshop. Be prepared to dive deep into colour, experiment and have a great time!

Dates: October 28, 29, 30th

Time: 9 - 4 PM Daily

Location: Eastview Community Centre, Regina

Cost: AGR Members: $375 | Non-Members: $410

* AGR members enjoy priority registration until July 15th, when sales open to the general public.

* This class focuses on acrylic paints. Participants will receive the materials list at least one month in advance.

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Susan Woolgar graduated from the ACA in 1977 with a Diploma of Applied Arts and Visual Communication. Starting her career as a Designer/Illustrator, Susan worked with various firms establishing her reputation and expertise. After leaving the advertising business in the early 1980s, Susan focused on her career as a Fine Art Painter and Instructor. Susan continues to explore her artistic expression and love of teaching in various media, including acrylic, pastel, mixed media and water colours. Her most recent works have a more contemporary focus. Her "Abstracting the Landscape" explorations have met with critical acclaim by her contemporaries and her client base.

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