- Food + Drink
- PRIDE 2018
As part of a B-Corporation commitment to social engagement and responsibility, The Gladstone Hotel works with community partners and artists on a host of cultural events, from Pride parties to trivia nights. If you have a proposal for a cultural-events partnership, we want to hear from you! Contact our Marketing team at email@example.com
Let’s go with the flow! In this beginner’s workshop, you will learn how to use concentrated watercolours, masking fluid, as well as a variety of salts, drips, and splashes to create a vibrant sea turtle painting!
Located in the Gladstone Hotel’s Melody Bar, this workshop is perfect for newbies and people looking for a refresher on watercolour techniques, and anyone who likes to get a little creative while having a drink (or two!)
You’ll end the day with a beautiful painting you can take home, as well as a good filling of watercolour knowledge you can use to experiment and play with your newly mastered medium!
Watercolour is a wild and unpredictable medium, but don’t be shy, come pick up a brush and try it out!
Students to bring pencils & erasers.
What will we cover?
Step by step, artist Jennifer Fryer will guide you through creating a beautiful watercolour painting. In the process of making your painting, you will learn how to use and control watercolours with a “wet-on-wet” technique and masking fluid, concentrated watercolours, as well as how to use a variety of salts in your work.
Who will be teaching?
Jennifer Fryer is a freelance artist and educator based in Toronto with a degree in Illustration. She studied at OCAD U (Toronto) and ESADSE (France), and her work has been featured in the National Post, Toronto Star, and on Breakfast Television Toronto. Her hobbies include listening to podcasts, coffee, and sketching people on the subway.
You can find her work on instagram @drawingsheep and at www.jvfryer.com
Tickets are non-refundable.