Sketching & Painting with Annerose Georgeson
Saturday June 10, 2017, 1-4pm
It's spring! Let's do some sketching outdoors and then continue inside with acrylic paint, bringing in some objects from nature. Or if people prefer, they can just paint outdoors the entire time! If the weather is bad, we can pick up some objects and then work inside.
We will cover:
- materials for sketching outdoors
- selecting a subject to sketch
- painting from reference sketches
- mixing colours to match natural objects
- optional - painting on a coloured ground
Suitable for any experience levels, beginners up!
$40 members / $45 non-members, all materials supplied!
Register at the Gallery or by phone with a credit/debit card.
CANCELLATION POLICY: 50% refund on cancellations made 48hrs or more prior to the workshop
About Your Instructor
Annerose Georgeson lives near Vanderhoof, on the same farmland where she grew up. She was born in Switzerland and as a child immigrated with her family to Canada. She has shown her artwork in many solo exhibitions in public galleries in BC and Alberta.
Annerose has a BFA in Visual Arts from UVic and is part-time faculty at CNC’s Fine Arts program in Prince George. She was the artist in residence at CNC- Nechako for five years and was also the curator of Red and Blue Beetle Art, a regional touring exhibition about the impact of the mountain pine beetle. She has taught art and facilitated community arts projects for many years.
Georgeson finds inspiration in what is around her, in the forest and the fields. She is currently working on a series of drawings and paintings about hay, nests and script.