Date: Tuesdays, February 15-March 8, 2022
Time: 2:30-5:30PM Pacific Time, 5:30-8:30 PM Eastern Time, 10:30 PM-1:30 AM London Time
Delve deeper into painting birds in watercolor with Ian de Hoog in this 4-week online class. Each week’s focus will be on the process of painting a specific species of bird. For those who have taken Ian’s “Birds in Watercolor” class, this course will be less about learning to draw shapes and more about directly capturing and finessing each weekly subject in watercolor.* Weekly subjects will include: Green Jay, Green Heron, Violet-Green Swallow & Green-and-Rufous Kingfisher.
Each session will start with a presentation/demonstration, followed by student participation. Students will be able to show their work online for individual and group discussions. There will also be an online forum where they can share their paintings, leave comments and ask questions. Recordings of each session will be available to stream each week.
* Please note, you do not need to have taken Ian’s Birds in Watercolor class before taking this class. However, a knowledge of drawing good shapes is crucial to success in painting birds. This is not a “drawing birds” class.
Ian de Hoog is a Canadian artist and teacher working primarily in watercolour. He is an active member of the South Surrey and White Rock Arts Society, Semiahmoo Arts Society and the Federation of Canadian Artists. As an instructor, Ian is a frequent contributor to the Visiting Artists series for the Opus Arts Supply chain in British Columbia and is a watercolour instructor at the Shadbolt Centre for Fine Arts in Burnaby, BC. In addition to this Ian has also travelled throughout BC to give various workshops and demonstrations to different art groups and societies.
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