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Intuitive Abstraction with Elizabeth Christie

Location: 
Kelowna
Sat, February 24, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Sat, February 24, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

February 20, 2018 – Please note: The 1:00 PM demonstration is now full and no further registration will be taken. Thank you for your interest! Note: there is still room in the 10:00 AM demonstration.

Elizabeth will be demonstrating the use of a variety of textured mediums, markings, and inks that will help the artist express themselves when creating an abstract painting.

To show the artist other options when creating an abstract painting, Elizabeth will be using a variety of Golden mediums, heavy and fluid paints, as well as natural elements.

Learn how to set up the texture, paints, and markings on an empty canvas and produce a finished product. Watch as Elizabeth explain how to implement a focal point, create hard and soft edges, and create depth by using texture and glazing over the primary surface.

Space is limited and registration is required.
Please visit Opus Kelowna or contact them at 250‑763‑3616 or toll free 1‑800‑814‑8885 to register.


Elizabeth is a graduate of Sheridan College of Applied Arts and Technology in Oakville, majoring in Fashion Design and Illustration. She has been an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists – Vancouver, The Federation of Canadian Artists – Central Okanagan, The Rotary Art Centre, Gallagher’s Canyon Art Society, Kelowna Art Gallery, Peachland Art Gallery, and Lake Country Art Gallery. Elizabeth paints intuitively, implementing the feelings she derives from her environment. An important element for her is creating light and depth in her work.

Elizabeth blends impressionism and abstraction, and is influenced by artists such as the Group of Seven and the impressionists. She is constantly exploring new techniques working with acrylics and oils.

http://www.elizabethchristie.ca/

Intuitive Abstraction
Intuitive Abstraction
Intuitive Abstraction