Have you always wanted to paint? Or have you started a painting and just abandoned it out of frustration? Join this class, suitable for beginners or those who have not painted in some time. Learn the basics of colour theory, the study of light and shadow, composition, visual perspective, brush work, paint handling and paint application. You will start to look at things like an artist – with a more detailed and critical eye. Varied subject matter will be explored, using visual images. With plenty of demonstrations and individual attention, you can work at your own pace, while receiving positive and supportive feedback.
TIME: 12:30 - 3:00PM
COURSE ID: 13396
TERM DATES: November 2nd, 2020 - December 19th, 2020
Jennifer Hinrichs graduated from Central Technical School’s Fine Art department. She has worked as an art director in publishing and has been painting and exhibiting her work for over 20 years. Her subjects include the figure and the landscapes and interiors they inhabit, in a variety of mediums including charcoal, pastel, oil and acrylics. Jennifer has taught drawing and painting at George Brown College, and is an experienced creativity workshop leader. Her work is in private collections around North America and Bermuda, where she was an artist in residence with Masterworks Foundation. Jennifer’s work appears at the John B. Aird Gallery, and Main Gallery, Neilson Park Creative Centre. Visit grandmananartists.com.
"My drawing class, for me, is what I imagine meditation is like for other people. The class begins and your brain immediately takes you to another place, a zen-like space that’s deeply relaxing, removed from anywhere you’ve been before. What feels like moments later, the class is over and you return home in a new state of calm. It’s a feeling you want to hang onto. Magical.” - Leslie Milrod
"Jennifer is an excellent teacher and managed to connect well with each member of our class. Her communication is clear and was sufficiently simple for our class. Her sense of humour, organization and encouragement were well appreciated." - Alanna Quinn