OAG workshops are held on a Saturday, from 10am to 4pm. Students are asked to arrive 20 minutes early for set up.
Workshops take place at the Victoria Park Community Centre in Mono Mills at Highway 9 and Airport Rd. Turn south on Airport Rd., then turn right on the first street which is Calmon Dr., then immediately right onto Victoria Cres., and then left into community centre parking lot.
Members $60.00 / Non-Members $95.00.
Registration for a workshop will commence maximum 7 weeks prior to the date.
The schedule of future workshops is as follows:
Oct 28, 2023 - John David Anderson (Canoe-Eye View Reflections)
Nov 25, 2023 - Sue A. Miller (Painting the Landscape with Palette Knives)
Jan 27, 2024 - Pottery class (Session 1) with Ann Randeraad at the Alton Mill
Feb 24, 2024 - Pottery class (Session 2) with Ann Randeraad at the Alton Mill
Mar 23, 2024 - Vicki Carruthers (topic of study TBA)
Apr 27, 2024 - Marianne Broome (topic of study TBA)
To register, please send an email to Barb Sawicki firstname.lastname@example.org, or register using the links at the bottom of the page.
Payment is required to secure your spot in the workshop. You can pay using
PayPal or credit cards using the links at the bottom of this page, or mail
a cheque, made payable to the Orangeville Art Group, to: 23 Starrview Crescent,
Mono L9W 3A8, or via eTransfer, to email@example.com
Please mention which workshop you are registering for.
For further information please contact Barb Sawicki at the above email address or
phone (519) 806-5900.
Coming Up: Painting the Landscape With Palette Knives with Sue A. Miller
Painting the Landscape with Palette Knives November 25, 2023
Students who already have painting experience will learn techniques for using palette knives and other non-traditional tools to add flare to their painting style.
Each student will be working on their individual paintings from their own sources.
Sue Miller creates realistically detailed oil paintings using strong design, expressive colour, and vibrant luminosity that immediately resonate with the viewer. She works in oil on canvas, capturing the effect of light on form and developing the unique colour, characteristics, and cultural aspects of the subject matter. Portraying every day objects and moments in extraordinary ways with a skillful use of colour, perspective, and vision is her trademark. Inspiration comes from the world around her and the ever-changing effects of light on a subject matter.
A variety of palette knives, large and small
(Sue has some students can borrow)
Canvases (a few small boards for experimenting and one larger one for finished piece)
Paint (heavy body acrylic or oil paint)
Painting medium (optional)
Odourless mineral spirits; Jar with lid (If using oil)
Please remember to bring a plastic sheet to cover the table, and only odourless solvents (no turpentine).