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Skies & Water with Beach or Trees with Susannah Paranich
Sat, May 6, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Sat, May 6, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Learn how to paint the components of natural landscapes in acrylic!
In this demonstration, Susannah will share how she paints skies, water, beaches, ponds, and trees with acrylic paints.
Working on small canvases, partly on the table and on the easel, Susannah will be demonstrating colour washes using a variety of brushes and palette knives. She will also show texture techniques for creating a beach scene, emphasizing the skies and water. Some techniques will be shown incorporating rocks and trees with sky scenes, and colour mixing will be covered as well.
Space is limited and registration is required.
Please visit Opus Granville Island or contact them at 604‑736‑7028 to register.
Susannah Paranich is a Canadian Visual Artist, living in Vancouver, BC and is an Active Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists.
Creative progress over a lifetime has included working in oils, watercolours, egg tempera, collage and acrylics through impressionism, realism, semi-abstraction and abstract expressionism. Susannah works primarily with acrylics on canvas or cradled wood panel using brushes, palette knives and various useful tools, creating artworks of multiple layers and glazes.
Over the years her paintings have been shown and sold in many solo and group exhibitions, including in Vancouver FCA Federation Gallery exhibitions and her work hangs in numerous private and corporate collections. Susannah has enjoyed painting and success in several live painting competitions, including Art Battle and Vancouver Art Attack events.