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Painting with a Limited Palette in Watercolour with Anita Klein

Sat, April 8, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Join Anita Klein as she works with a limited palette in watercolour.

Learn to create a wide range of colours using a limited palette of red, yellow and blue watercolour paints. Anita will show you that by selecting the right primary colours you can achieve clean mixes every time. Perfect for creating a simple and compact palette that is easy to take en plain air, these three colours will be all you need to create a full colour painting.

Space is limited and registration is required.
Please visit Opus Langley or contact them at 604‑533‑0601 to register.

Born in Vancouve r and raised in Richmond, B.C., Anita was encouraged from an early age to develop her natural doodling tendencies into a career in art. She received her formal fine art education at the Emily Carr College of Art, then attended Kwantlen College earning an Associate Degree in Design before beginning her career as a graphic artist, designing a variety of projects including electric and neon signage, murals and ephemera. After moving to northern B.C. Anita returned to the fine arts, selling her work in local galleries, teaching several successful workshops and working as an instructor for the North Coast Distance School.

Anita now works from her studio in Cloverdale, BC, focused on her fine art and illustration work. Her award winning humorous work features sassy and colourful cowgirls, their critters and the crazy things that can happen when they get together. Her work has been used on the official posters of the Williams Lake Stampede and the Kamloops Cowboy Festival.

Anita is a member of Cowboy Cartoonists International and an Active member of the
Federation of Canadian Artists. She is published internationally by the Leanin' Tree Greetings Company based in Boulder, Colorado.


Painting with a Limited Palette in Watercolour
Painting with a Limited Palette in Watercolour