From Drawing to Painting Workshop

Saturdays, April 6th, 20th, and 27th, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Instructor: David Edwards

Saturday, April 6th (1:00pm-5:00pm) Workshop 1 – Realistic Drawing

Prepare to let your passion for the visual expand onto the canvas! 
In the first workshop we focus on drawing. Starting with a few simple exercises even the beginner will achieve amazing success learning to draw realistically. Then we use the same ideas and draw more complex objects and scenes. Expect your skill and pride to grow immensely!

Materials to bring: sketchpad/sketchbook and pencils
Fee for three workshops $210 or each workshop is at $80 please bring your own materials.

Saturday, April 20th (1:00pm-5:00pm) Workshop 2 – Elements of Composition

In the second workshop you will up the excitement. We use continue drawing if need be, and we plan your painting, redrawing it onto a canvas, altering if need be and start your painting!

Materials to bring: palette, oil or acrylic paints, and 2 canvases – between 10 x 14 in and 12 x 16 in, a variety of brushes  and non-odorous solvent medium (if using oil). 
Fee for three workshops $210 or each workshop is at $80 please bring your own materials.

Saturday, April 27th (1:00pm-5:00pm) Workshop 3 – Painting

In the third workshop we will continue the painting started in Workshop 2, or even start a new one. Using a simplified palette, you will block in areas of colour, and finishing the painting. 

Materials to bring: palette, oil or acrylic paints, and 2 canvases – between 10 x 14 in and 12 x 16 in, a variety of brushes  and non-odorous solvent medium (if using oil). 
Fee for three workshops $210 or each workshop is at $80 please bring your own materials.

David Edwards Bio:

David started his Professional career in Waterloo after he graduated from the Ontario College of Art and Queen’s University. He graduated with degrees of Arts and Sciences specializing in Computer Science. He was chairman of the Artists Association in Kungsängen, Sweden for 10 years since 1984. He painted and taught extensively in water colour, oil and acrylic, in the discipline of landscape, portrait and abstract. He returned to Canada in 1994. Since then, he had numerous art exhibitions all around Toronto, too many to list them here, also, he was a prized speaker in multiple conferences and published books and poetry works. David loves life, his country, and advocates peace. His love for arts is fully reflected in his works.