Workshops and Talks 2019

ALL CLASSES ARE perfect for most ages and experience levels. Payment in full is required when registering for workshops. No refunds will be offered, should you not attend the workshop since the teacher will be sourcing materials for your class, which cost money. If we do have to cancel the workshop due to weather conditions, we will reschedule a time that works for all participants.  TO REGISTER for any of the below workshops, please CALL OR EMAIL US

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RESIN POURING VALENTINE EVENT 
CLASS FULL! But we hope to offer another later this year! 

Get in touch to be put on a list if you are interested!
You'll be making a TRAY using  resin! Functional art at it's best!
Wednesday February 13th 6:30-8:30pm, $65

All supplies included. No previous experience necessary! 
An example of what you'll be making coming soon!




NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: Abigail Lower
Wednesday, March 6th, 5:30-7:30pm, $50

We're taking this charcoal drawing workshop on the road all the way to the Museum of Natural History (1747 Summer Street)  and will be treated to having a special space in the museum to create art - specifically we will be drawing from a coyote from the museums collection of specimens. 
All supplies included and no previous experience required.

  

PASTEL POSEY: Sharon Cave 
Wednesday, March 13th, 6:30-8:30pm, $50

 Add some flowers to your March! With the help of artist Sharon Cave learn how to effectively paint with chalk pastel Sharon Cave.  Each student is asked to bring a photo of your favourite flower with them for inspiration. Each participant will also receive a little flower in a little vase  sponsored by a local flower store!  All supplies included and no previous experience required.


At the Market : Deb Bromley
Sunday, March 17th, 1:30-3:30pm, $50


 We are excited to announce the first workshop lead by Deb Bromley. Deb loves people watching and in the summer months she draws her inspiration from frequent visits to the beach but in the colder months that's not always possible. So we thought we'd take you on all on a journey of learning about her practice of narrative art with a drawing workshop -where we'll watch people at the market and create works using pencil, ink and coloured pencil on paper and maybe do some shopping while we're at it!  Because it's St.Patrick's Day that day, anyone that wears green to the workshop will be entered to win a signed print by Deb too!

All supplies included and no previous experience required.






LIFE DRAWING WITH CAROL DILL 
Wednesday, March 20th 6:30-8:30pm
Suggested donation of $10

Practice your life drawing skills with a live model session at Argyle Fine Art on the third Wednesday of each month.*Session includes both clothed & unclothed models.
*Bring your own drawing & sketching supplies.

All levels welcomed.A suggested donation of $10 is requested.
Come for a little while or stay for the entire time



URBAN VIEWS WITH CRAIG BALTZER
 This is a two part drawing and painting workshop, where you will explore urban landscapes using pencil, paper, wooden canvas, watercolour and gouache. 

POSTPONED UNTIL APRIL. NEW DATES WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON!
  
*SUNDAY  1:30-3:30pm and TUESDAY 6:30-8:30pm*
You do not need to take both nights and can register for just one evening if that works best for you..Upon registering we'll let you know what to expect each evening.

COST for EACH WORKSHOP is $65 each or REGISTER for BOTH nights for $100 (save $30)
ALL SUPPLIES INCLUDED. No experience required. 



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