If you’ve ever wanted to dabble in the world of watercolour this is the workshop for you! This 2-hour workshop will teach you the basic techniques and skills while you relax and unwind in our gorgeous studio on the Grand River.
Talented Kayla Whitney is a Hamilton based artist, illustrator and muralist and owner of Koe Design Studio. She will guide you through an hour long lesson learning brush techniques, colour mixing and working step by step through a worksheet which will set you up for the second half of the workshop.
In the second hour of the workshop, you will have the opportunity to apply your newly learned skills and a chance to get really creative as you paint from a live still-life arrangement of flowers, fruits & other unique props. You are welcome to bring some of your own props & knick-knacks to paint too!
This workshop is great for absolute beginners who have always wanted to try painting, for those who are more experienced and looking to polish their skills or those who just want a night out and to try something new - no experience required!Your workshop includes:
- an equipment and tools overview, a guided demonstration, free time to experiment and play as well as some light refreshments & snacks
- all supplies - paper, brushes, paints, etc and a final piece of art using the techniques you learned to take home
- a glass of wine from Kayla, to get the creative juices flowing!
*Did we mention our studio is BYOB friendly?! Bring what you like, we supply the glasses!
Time: 2 hours
Where: reFIND Studio - 58 Mill St. West Elora (right across the street from our retail shop!)
Watercolour w/ Koe Design Studio - Saturday February 16 - 1pm
All registrations are considered final sale. Make up classes can be arranged with the instructor and studio availability. We reserve the right to cancel classes that don’t meet our minimum enrollment requirements. In the event of a class cancellation, notice will be given by phone and/or email to students four days prior to start date. Students will be refunded fees in full in this case.