Alla prima and classical methods of acrylic painting
Fee: $100, $85 members
Materials are not provided. Please refer to the list.
This three-part course draws inspiration from artworks in the exhibition Nocturne. Scenes from sunset to sunrise have long inspired the artist in her own artwork. Sheridan introduces artwork from the exhibition and participants explore nocturne in their own creative work. Alla prima and classical methods of acrylic painting are taught. For all levels of experience.
To participate in this program, you will need access to a stable internet connection, a free Zoom account, a computer, laptop or tablet with a camera and microphone and a dedicated space to make art. A link to this session will be sent prior to the program.
Maureen Sheridan is a perceptual realist based in Kingston, Ontario. Since graduating from the Queen’s University Bachelor of Fine Art program in 1989 Sheridan has been exhibiting in solo and group exhibitions. Her work has won various awards, including a “Best Painting in Show” award at Toronto’s Outdoor Art Exhibition. Her works are included in private and corporate collections in Canada, the U.S.A. and Europe.