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QoR Watercolour Workshop with Shari Pratt
Sun, April 30, 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Sun, April 30, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
April 19, 2017 – Please note: The 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM workshop is now full and no further registration will be taken. Thank you for your interest! Note: there is still room in the 2–4 workshop.
Learn about QoR - GOLDEN’s new line of beautiful and rich watercolours!
Experiment with granulating and staining, monoprinting, and new abstract techniques using these vibrant paints! QoR retains the best qualities of traditional watercolours while expanding the range and versatility of each colour. QoR's exclusive binder provides more pigment in every brushstroke, offering a strength, range and versatility unmatched in the history of watercolours.
During this workshop you will have access to QoR, assorted brushes and surfaces to paint on and monoprinting tools and plates to use during the workshop. Bring your favorite watercolour brushes if you’d like to try them out with QoR!
Cost: $15, supplies provided by Golden Artist Colors and Opus Langley
Space is limited and registration is required.
Please visit Opus Langley or contact them at 604‑533‑0601 to register.
Shari Pratt is a Canadian born artist who works predominantly in the medium of painting, but often includes found photography and artifacts in her installations. Pratt completed an MFA at the Vermont College of Fine Arts and a Bachelor of Art Education Major from the University of British Columbia. Pratt has shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout BC, Canada, and the United States. She is currently interested in the correlation between the reconstructive memory process and the way in which we interpret things.