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Intuitive Exploration – Alcohol Inks and Watercolour with Lynda Norman

Sat, January 19, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Sat, January 19, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Sun, January 20, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

January 16, 2019 – Please note: Both of the January 19 demonstrations are now full however, we have added a third demo on Sunday January 20! Thank you for your interest!

Discover a freer, more playful approach to creating art with this fun and trending medium!

In this demo Lynda will share how to explore the intuitive process for creative exploration with Alcohol Inks and with Watercolours for all levels of experience to be able to share in the joy of colourful expression.

The main focus will be on letting go of fear or expectations to allow your painting to evolve, finding your own voice, your own look, as you explore the intuitive process. Basic techniques in the application of both alcohol ink and watercolour are used to create art that is both colourful and unique.

You will also learn to ‘see’ things in your work a little differently as you explore the possibilities that lie within the shapes and depths of where the colours take you.

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.

Lynda Norman was born in Kelowna British Columbia and is a self-taught artist. Her body of work primarily includes watercolour and alcohol ink, and ranges from subtle to vibrant, often incorporating elements of Abstract, Post-Expressionism and Fauvism, which, above all, value individual expression - the artist's direct experience of her subjects, her emotional response to nature, and her intuition are all more important than academic theory or elevated subject matter. Most of her paintings are created from an instinctive response, rather than a detailed study of her subjects, and she prefers to use colour to enhance or understate certain elements of her work. Exploring the possibilities of colour, form and perspective in this way often results in an abstract look and feel.


Intuitive Exploration – Alcohol Inks and Watercolour
Intuitive Exploration – Alcohol Inks and Watercolour
Intuitive Exploration – Alcohol Inks and Watercolour